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LXCI Declines, Shadowing CEO Confidence Trends

After registering a very high 68.0 for both the second and third quarters of 2015, the Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) for the fourth quarter of 2015 dropped nearly four points to 64.3, suggesting that learning leaders' short-term expectations for the health of the learning function are down.


Tue Mar 15 2016

LXCI Declines, Shadowing CEO Confidence Trends

This is not surprising given that the Conference Board's CEO Confidence Index showed that confidence among chief executives dropped in the third and fourth quarters of 2015. The confidence of learning leaders tends to follow that of CEOs, meaning that the third quarter drop in CEO confidence predicted the fourth quarter's drop in learning leaders' confidence.

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