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Call for Nominations

 Call for Nominations for Best Companies for Leaders Study
Dayton, OH, May 19, 2010 – Chief Executive Magazine and Chally Group Worldwide are conducting a research study with leading business executives from around the world to elicit their opinions on a range of business issues relating to Leadership Development.  This study, The Best Companies for Leaders, will aid organizations in keeping abreast of the current state and direction for leadership practices on a global basis. 

The research methodology has been refined by a team of experts in applied research design incorporating feedback from past winners to ensure that emerging trends in Leadership Development such as internationalization are addressed. The project promises to identify industry best practices in leadership development.

Although “The Best Companies for Leaders” study has been conducted four other times previously, this year’s program will be greatly enhanced to include:
•Expanded global participation
•Multiple research partners soliciting participation
•A Blue Ribbon team of research analysts from Harvard, University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, Chally Group Worldwide, Personified/CareerBuilder, Knightsbridge, Right Management, Hauzhong University of Science and Technology, Mobley Group Pacific and more.
•Investigation into key trends in effective leader development with analysis of differences found in functional roles, organization types, field versus corporate center, and with consideration of the impact of geo-cultural variations
 
Chally is welcoming eligible CEOs and Human Resource executives to participate.  If you are interested in being a participant, go to www.bestcompaniesforleaders.org/press.  All qualified survey participants will receive a complimentary copy of the “How Exceptional Leaders Develop” white paper, the classic longitudinal study of leadership development sponsored by NASA and The U.S. Defense Department as well as a copy of the full detailed report expanding on the summary that will be published in Chief Executive Magazine in the fall.