Survey of UK managers for GoodPractice on overcoming unfamiliar challenges
- The method used most frequently by managers to help them overcome unfamiliar challenges is having conversations with colleagues – 88% report doing this at least once a month. This is followed by use of internet search engines (75%) and on-the-job support from another manager or colleague (70%).
- Most managers (84%) agree that information they learn online helps them to be more effective in their professional role.
- The most challenging tasks, according to managers, both concern change in the workplace; 74% say that dealing with resistance to organisational change is challenging, and 72% say this about implementing organisational change.
The full report by GoodPractice can be found here.
Date Published: 03/12/2015
Categories: Business | Education | Professionals | UK
ComRes interviewed 500 managers at UK companies with more than 250 employees by telephone between 18th and 24th September 2015. The sample was profiled to be nationally representative by region.