MADISON, Wis. (7/1/13)--CEOs' personality is more important than CEOs' ability in influencing employee engagement and organization performance, according to a new study from the Filene Research Institute.
The study, "Leading for Credit Union Success: The Roles of Personality and Practices in CEOs," was based on a survey of employees at 84 credit unions across the U.S. and Canada. At each credit union, four senior management team members, four middle managers four entry-level employees and the CEO were surveyed.
Among the report highlights:
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