Local Government CEO Survey 2017

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Each year, we ask public sector Chief Executive's what challenges their organisation's are facing in a bid to identify some of the key issues for the sector and share these thoughts through the MJ Forum, round table sessions and the MJ Magazine.
 
We would welcome your participation once again in our 2017 survey. As a participant, you will receive a copy of the full survey and research and be invited to participate in the MJ and Penna round table discussion that will take place later in the year to debate the issues identified and propose some solutions.
 
The information you provide will remain confidential and not be attributed to any individual, so please be as open and honest as you can.

Thank you

Julie Towers MD, Penna
Heather Jameson, Editor, The MJ


 
Please complete the following questions:
2. Please describe your organisation: *This question is required.
3. Do you feel more or less positive about your organisation achieving its financial goals than this time last year? *This question is required.
4. Will you need to use reserves to achieve budget?
5. Is your job more or less enjoyable than this time last year? *This question is required.
6.  What roles are you finding it hard to recruit to? *This question is required.
7.  What do you think are the most difficult jobs at a senior management level? *This question is required.
11. What are the top 3 people challenges your organisation is facing? *This question is required.
12. Will you still be in the public sector in 2020? *This question is required.
14. Has Brexit had an impact on your organisation? *This question is required.
15. Is your organisation prepared for the impact of IR35 legislation changes? *This question is required.
16. Do you currently offer apprenticeships in your organisation?
19. What 3 attributes does a CEO need to have to succeed in today's leadership world?
And lastly, a bit of advice for us