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The 2012 Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI)
brings together the findings from almost
170,000 respondents from 30 countries. It
shows the results of diverse forces impacting the
contemporary workplace, including generational
and geographic diversity, the impact of mobile
technologies, employee empowerment,
and the widespread use of social media.
This third installment of the 2012 KGWI examines
the issue of leadership in the contemporary
workplace from the employee perspective.
It explores the way that workers think about
the quality, direction, and style of leadership,
and the degree to which they share the goals
of those who head their organizations.
The paper examines the leadership issue across
industry sectors, and globally, across
the Americas, APAC, and EMEA regions.
It also includes a generational perspective,
with a focus on the three main workforce
generations—Gen Y (age 19–30), Gen X
(age 31–48), and Baby Boomers (age 49–66).