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Your leadership health in 2023

Discovering the true health of leadership amongst CTOs and other senior technology leaders

The step into a technical leadership role is a complex move as it’s exciting but undoubtedly brings new challenges for individuals. While employee well-being is a rising priority for many organizations, it begs the question of who is looking after leaders as they face pandemic repercussions, layoffs, skills shortages, talent recruitment and retention challenges, and economic uncertainty.

Whether individuals are moving into, or already established in, a CTO or tech leadership role in a startup or developed organization, leaders will face issues with headspace, time, and resources and managing multiple priorities and stakeholders.

We’ve identified the key issues surrounding tech leaders and how they do (or don’t adequately) find ways to take time out for themselves, find that essential headspace, and avoid personal burnout, which is unfortunately still prevalent among tech leaders and CTOs.

Key findings

1 in 5
leaders are not giving enough time to their personal leadership growth
of leaders manage their well-being in some form, but 1 in 5 don’t ask for feedback
of leaders have not seen team productivity changes