New DDI research shows that frontline leaders in China and India are not as ready as their U.S. counterparts.
High growth and fierce competition for talent has forced multi-national companies to promote individuals who are not ready into frontline leader positions. Once they are in the positions, MNCs have an incomplete understanding of the kind of development those individuals need, and a lack of specific development plans and coaching resources to address those skill gaps. This study of 482 frontline leaders in China and 891 frontline leaders in India explores why.
For more from this study, read Finding the First Rung in China and India.