National Leadership Index reveals whom we trust to lead us.
The 2009 National Leadership Index is out. Among other things, it measures confidence of respondents to various sectors of leaders. Below is a list of those sectors. Average confidence is 100.0. The highest sector had a rating of 119; the lowest 69.7. Care to guess which? Wait! I’ll go ahead and tell you. Military leaders ranked highest and Wall Street ranked lowest. Check out how the rest of them fared at The Center for Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
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