What is the number one personality trait of individuals who deal effectively with change? It’s confidence. Confident people are self-motivated, have high self-esteem and are willing to take risks. But even the most confident employee may suffer a crisis of self-doubt in times of radical change. That is when leadership becomes a critical factor. This Employee Confidence Survey is a follow up to the survey carried out by Industrial Psychology Consultants in April 2011. The Employee Confidence Survey is conducted to gauge employee confidence in the economic environment prevailing at any given time during the course of the year. Employees are asked questions related to their employment and the general economic climate. Data was collected in the month of December 2011. As reported in this survey, Zimbabwe has attained relative macro-economic stability. However many factors, amongst them a murky-political outlook, still threaten the sustainability of these positive economic gains in the short-medium term. Employees therefore remain skeptical about whether their prospects as employees are improving or not.
Respondents of the Employee Confidence Survey were selected from those that agreed to participate in the survey.
All of the participants are employed with various organisations.
Employee Confidence Survey
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