According to a new CareerBuilder survey, most Americans are not into vying for the corner office.
Only one-third of employees aspire to leadership roles. Per the survey, more men than women make up that statistic.
In addition, African Americans and the LGBT population of employees are more likely to aspire to a leadership role than the national average. Plus, 32 percent of disabled workers aspire to leadership positions.
What does this say in terms of leadership itself? How can management motivate a population whose majority doesn’t aspire to become leaders? Read more