CEC Managers: Report – Managers in Europe
The first part of “Managers in Europe: today and tomorrow” report takes stock of the situation of managers in Europe. A decreasing number of managers manage increasingly complex challenges, including stakeholder-expectations, stress and environmental impacts. While the 20th century was about linear growth based on oil, the 21st is about interdependency and information. To succeed in building a well-being oriented economy that operates within planetary boundaries, we need to invest in sustainable leadership skills, better working conditions and professional management. A looming labour market gap for managers adds to the urgency to make management more inclusive, attractive and sustainable.
The unique report on managers’ demographics, working conditions and professional sustainability, published by CEC European Managers, offers comprehensive and new insights about the professional category of managers in the EU and beyond. « European managers are innovative, qualified and make change happen. For many however, the profession has lost in attractiveness. To recruit new managers and to solve contemporary challenges, we need a new management standard for the twenty-first century » says Ludger Ramme, President of CEC.
Read the full report here.