The qualities workers value most in their company’s leaders are the same qualities they find most lacking, according to a new ASQ survey conducted by Kelton Global.
Thirty percent of workers surveyed say honesty is the trait they value most in their company’s leaders, while 22 percent cite communication skills. Critical thinking and commitment also were noted as key leadership qualities at 11 percent and 10 percent, respectively, according to the survey.
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