Check out this infographic from the Mercer/Think blog . This slice of data caught my eye because leadership development is my thing and I’m currently working with two coaching clients who reside in the Asia Pacific region.
As I read through this data, I wonder: would the statistics look all that different if we were assessing leadership development in the United States? Canada? Germany?
According to this study, money isn’t the primary driver for the lack of progress. Instead, it’s the same-old, same-old duo of infrastructure and a lack of accountability.
What catches your eye?
For my readers familiar with the Asia Pacific region, what cultural issues might be driving the research results ? Am I off base to think this research would look similar if conducted for business based in a Western culture? I also wonder about the companies being surveyed – are they espousing Western business values and therefore having similar research results?
Infographic by Mercer Insights