Industry Leading Insights
Digital Leadership Culture Index™
Public Data Reveals the Quality of Employer Leadership
In the past, companies with bad leadership could hide behind their marketing. Now, sites like Glassdoor, Indeed, and LinkedIn remove these Corporate Veneers™. Corporate cultures – good or bad – are laid bare for the world to see.
Still, differing terminology and methodologies made it difficult to compare companies. In fact, there has not been such a ranking of companies across the Fortune 500 or INC 500 – until now. The Digital Leadership Culture Index™ score is the first ranking of it’s kind. This study compiled and distilled 17 different employee feedback attributes, across 3 websites, to create the DLCI for each company.
Where does your company rank? How can you get your own score? What should you do to improve your leadership culture? Get the study and find out!
The Leadership Program Gap in the United States
Only 15% of Schools Offer Leadership Programs
Radiant Forest, LLC evaluated data from 2000 to 2018 in 50 states and 6,857 institutions. The results showed only 15% of all colleges and universities in the study offer leadership programs. You read that right – only FIFTEEN percent. The data is based on federally funded schools in the United States and examines 2,155 different programs offered at 6,857 schools from 2000 through 2018 (the most recent year data is available). The findings also ranked the top states and institutions for supporting different heritages and by gender.
The news is not all bad though. In the years studied, the percentage of schools offering leadership programs tripled. There is also great growth in the percentage of minorities studying leadership. In fact, the overall percentage of students studying leadership has matched, if not exceeded, the expansion of opportunity.
The ACRONYM Model of SERVANT-Leadership™
Dozens of Authors & Hundreds of Principles to 1 Model
If you seek a great leadership model for yourself or your organization, but don’t know where to begin, you are not alone. We spent over 10 years studying the top leadership experts: Maxwell, Blanchard, Carnegie, Collins, Wooden, and dozens more. Then, we identified the core concepts endorsed by each, compared them to each other and distilled everything down to a single model, based on the acronym SERVANT: Selfless, Empathetic, Resolute, Virtuous, Authentic, Nonpartisan, and Thorough.
Why SERVANT? Because if you’re not serving others, you are self-serving, and that’s not leadership.