The next Mark Zuckerberg or Steve Jobs must be to relinquish total control and delegate to others.
That’s according to research that’s part of a future that works, a national workplace campaign launched by think-tank Reventure Ltd.
After finding that 49% of workers were likely to look for a new job in the next year, Reventure’s lead researcher Dr Lindsay McMillan started the campaign to reshape workplaces.
The research included instructive views into what it takes to be a successful CEO from 50 big bosses.
McMillan added that this research reveals what it takes to be the next Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg.
“CEOs from around the country have said that the days of hierarchical, dictatorial workplace are over and leaders must lead through engagement, partnerships and compromise,” said McMillan.