You’ve probably heard that people quit their bosses, not necessarily their jobs. Indeed, a Gallup survey found that about 50% of 7,200 adults claim to have left their position because they couldn’t deal with their manager.
An immediate supervisor may have an impact on the day-to-day work, but the company’s CEO is leading the charge, especially at a larger firm. Yet according to employees at large organizations (1,000-plus staff) they have just as much impact as the manager who’s right across the hall.
Some CEOs are terrific at boosting engagement and loyalty. Others, not so much. A just-released Glassdoor survey ranked the 50 CEOs that got rave reviews from their staff as well as the winners of its third annual Employees’ Choice Awards.
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These leaders are scoring high marks from employees for steering their companies toward a clear vision that’s engaging and challenging.