2009 Center for Army Leadership Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL): Army Civilians
Technical rept. Oct 2009-Jun 2010
ICF INTERNATIONAL INC FAIRFAX VA
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Since 2005, the Annual Survey of Army Leadership CASAL has been an established effort by the Center for Army Leadership CAL, Combined Arms Center CAC to assess and track trends in Army leader attitudes of leader development, the quality of leadership, and the contribution of leadership to mission accomplishment. In 2009, the survey was extended to Department of Army Civilians. New data from 4,721 managers supervisors of supervisors, 1,086 first line supervisors supervisors of employees, and 3,607 non-supervisor employees were collected on over 200 items dealing with quality of leadership overall quality, effectiveness of work performance, climate and situational factors within the work environment e.g., Job Characteristics Model, and quality of leader development superior support for leader development, efficacy of practices, organization training efficacy. This report supplements the main survey findings CAL Technical Report 2010-1, and provides a snapshot of civilian data and compares findings with secondary sources.
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