The Israeli CEO's DNA - Review of 2012 Study Findings
A first-of-its kind study conducted by Emda together with Korn/Ferry International explored the characteristics of the Israeli compared to the international manager. The sample included CEOs and business unit managers and medium and large Israeli companies, and its findings were compared to the largest global database of managers who had undergone similar assessments.
Among other things, the comparison revealed that the Israeli CEO's cognitive skills are a match for the world's finest in terms of analysis and reasoning, and that he is perceived as accessible, warm and informal, willing to listen but not very sharing.
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