The PwC’s Global CEO Survey noted a record jump in pessimism among CEOs in Asia Pacific as they have to overcome trade conflicts and geopolitical uncertainty. Unlike other CEOs and country directors stationed in their home region, regional directors do not have people at their level that they can consult for advice.

More significantly, those who suffered from isolation felt less committed to their organisation, which in turn affected their willingness to communicate and thus estrange themselves further from the team.

Nick Jonsson, Managing Director, EGN Singapore | Published on HR in Asia, JUL 1, 2019

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