Although training to help leaders influence work behavior is an area of significant investment for many organizations, the ability of both managers and coworkers to influence employee behavior may not manifest the same way across generations.

The Center for Leadership Studies and Training Industry, Inc. surveyed 479 organizations to examine how employees react to their leaders, peers and employers. Our new report summarizes the results of this investigation, answering questions such as:

  • How many employees believe their managers’ leadership development programs are effective?
  • Which generations have a more positive perception of leadership development quality?
  • What are the most important bases of power used by leaders to influence workplace behavior?

Read the report for these answers – and more!

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