TDXCI: Second Quarter, 2017
The Talent Development Executive Confidence Index (TDXCI), formerly the Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI), is a quarterly assessment of talent development executives’ short-term expectations for the health of the talent development function in organizations.
The TDXCI is a composite score that takes into account four key indicators for how talent development executives believe the talent development function will change during the next six months:
- Ability to Meet Talent Development Needs
- Impact on Corporate Performance
- Perception of the Value of the Talent Development Function
- Availability of Resources.
The TDXCI is modeled after the Conference Board Measure of CEO Confidence, which rates CEOs’ expectations for the economy on a quarterly basis.
The Q2 2017 TDXCI score stands at 61.3, which is 0.6 points below last quarter’s score of 61.9.