In early 2023, a survey was undertaken by CMP to assess the landscape of women's leadership across the nation. This groundbreaking "pulse check" delved into the current status of female leaders and scrutinized the degree of influence they held within their respective organizations and the support systems they encountered.
Probing an array of sectors and levels of leadership, the study provided valuable insights into the progress being made toward gender equity, the challenges still faced by women in their leadership journeys, and the organizational structures that enabled or hindered their advancement. Thus, the findings have proven instrumental in shaping inclusive workplace policies and empowering the next generation of female leaders to thrive in their chosen fields.
Mindset underpins our personality, relationships with others, and general attitude towards challenges and success. As beliefs and attitudes are the source code of behaviors and results, it is important to understand the state of mind of top leaders in the companies and organizations that shape our society. The state of mind in the C-Suite impacts all of us.
At the close of 2022, CMP conducted the second annual "C-Suite State of Mind" Pulse Check on leaders in C-Suite positions to examine how their mindset has shaped their well-being and performance.
In recent years, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) has taken renewed importance as businesses strive to create an inclusive environment that benefits employees, society, and customers. Despite this renewed focus, many organizations are still unsure how to effectively implement DE&I initiatives.
To help address this issue, in late 2021, CMP conducted the second annual pulse check on DE&I in the workplace. This report provides an overview of current DE&I trends and offers recommendations for businesses looking to create a more inclusive environment.
CMP conducted the second annual nonprofit survey, reaching over 100 nonprofit leaders representing 15 service sectors, including children/youth, education, and healthcare. The following is a report highlighting some of the challenges and growth opportunities that nonprofit organizations face during these trying times.
For high-functioning leaders to help their organizations navigate the post-pandemic landscape, they must be at their best.
In mid-2021, CMP conducted its second annual survey, reaching more than 100 C-Suite leaders across the United States. The purpose was to focus on the emotional state of leaders, provide insights into their well-being, and measure their impact on their organizations. Download the full report below.
The private equity industry continues to flourish and grow, even in the aftermath of a post-pandemic world.
In early 2021, CMP conducted a pulse check to examine the current state of talent within the private equity industry. Take a look at how private equity industry continues to thrive and adapt its practices to a post-COVID-19 world, allowing it to stay on top of talent trends.
Prioritizing gender equality is not only a business imperative but the right thing to do. Organizations around the world understand the power of working together to promote gender equality.
In early 2021, CMP conducted a Women’s Leadership Pulse Check, which examined the state of women’s leadership around the country, their impact, and how they are supported within their organizations.
In December 2020, CMP conducted a survey to identify the state of DE&I practices. Over 130 leaders participated from 16 different industries representing every region in the United States. The findings from the pulse check support an inescapable conclusion: embracing DE&I is vital for our society and for the success of your company.
Talent acquisition—a practice that is normally high-contact and directly personal—has had to adapt to a world of online interviews and virtual assessments. In October 2020, CMP conducted a nationwide pulse check on over 150 individuals examining the state of healthcare talent acquisition in these dynamic times.
The limitations of leaders become painfully obvious in times of crisis. In July 2020, CMP administered a Crisis Leadership Pulse Check to more than 100 individuals across the United States. The purpose of the Crisis Leadership Pulse Check was to provide leaders with key insights, competencies, and a framework for building competent crisis leaders and leadership for the future.
Nonprofit organizations are trying to thrive and adapt to the circumstances of the new world. It has been expressed that they are still experiencing various levels of difficulties; however, the future is looking bright. In June 2020, CMP surveyed over 150 nonprofit leaders about the struggles and challenges of the nonprofit world amidst the current COVID-19 global pandemic.
High-achievers who go unchecked can find themselves spiraling into high-functioning anxiety, high-functioning depression, and burnout. This is even more true the higher up the executive ladder you climb. In May 2020, CMP surveyed more than 130 C-Suite leaders across the United States to obtain information about the current C-Suite state of mind.
As the economy reopens, Talent Acquisition Professionals nationwide are contemplating when and how they will continue their talent acquisition strategies. While many companies have temporarily shut down, and many others have put hiring on hold, for some organizations, it's business as (mostly) usual.
CMP surveyed over 100 human resources and key business leaders across the United States to gather information on common Human Resource responses and practices to address the COVID-19 crisis. The intent is to inform real-time leadership decision-making as we all navigate these unprecedented waters. In the survey, 45% of companies reported they would continue to conduct interviews during this time.