BEIJING, July 31, 2020
BEIJING, July 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Individual psychological resilience has a strong bearing on corporate resilience. The CKGSB Leadership and Motivation Research Center, led by Dr. Zhang Xiaomeng, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), launched a survey series to understand the core concerns and strategies of entrepreneurs in various sectors in these unprecedented times.
The 5,835 entrepreneurs and employees surveyed showed relatively high levels of psychological resilience, loyalty, stress resistance, and demand for learning and self-improvement opportunities. Each of the five thematic reports in the survey reveals key details and data. "Episode #1: Tracking Work Resumption" lays out the status of companies and individuals before and after the resumption of work. "Episode #2: Resuming Work: Gender Differences" reveals similarities and differences between male and female leaders, managers and employees. "Episode #3: Building Organizational Resilience" explores factors that impact the resilience levels. "Episode #4: Stress Management" analyzes stressors, stress management and loyalty. "Episode #5: Accelerating the Recovery" analyzes resilience levels in terms of business and psychological recovery.
Key findings are as follows:
For the full results and findings, visit: https://english.ckgsb.edu.cn