Livingston James Group Partners with EY UK to Investigate the Future CEO

With accelerated digital transformation, war in Europe, talent shortages, supply chain challenges and ESG all part of the agenda, the current CEO doesn’t need to look far for challenges. With this in mind, what do you think are going to be the key characteristics for the CEO of the future? 

In partnership with EY UK, Livingston James Group is carrying out a research project to investigate the future CEO. To kick this off, we are running a survey to identify what leaders across all sectors and functions in the UK believe will be the most important characteristics for the CEO of the future.

We strongly believe that we create the most value for the markets we serve when we work collaboratively with our current and prospective customers, so we are looking for senior leaders in our networks to take part in our 5-minute online survey.

This survey is intended for leaders across all disciplines; whether you are in a CEO position or have been in one previously, or you are in a senior leadership role within your functional area, we want to hear your thoughts.

Your individual responses will remain confidential and anonymous, and your feedback will form part of a report which we will share with our networks.

Please reach out to [email protected] if you would like to take part in the survey, or if you would like to receive a copy of the final report.

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