Hunter Bailey Campaign for the End of Poor Leadership
In response to a recent study into leadership within Australian companies, Hunter Bailey has outlined how the most capable leaders are the ones that have worked from entry level up.
Sydney-based sales and marketing promotion firm, Hunter Bailey, specializes in business to business and promotional event sales for a range of recognised brands. As a firm that believes in equal opportunities and rewarding people based on performance, they work with many aspiring entrepreneurs and support them through their business development programme; a programme that doesn’t discriminate based on age, qualifications, or experience.
The business development programme has helped the firm offer everyone within the organisation the opportunity to showcase their leadership potential and take on additional responsibilities. This progression is all regardless of previous experience.
Hunter Bailey is astounded by new research that reports 34% of employees leave their job because of poor leadership; this is an increase from Firebrand’s 2016 survey which had the rate at 19%. Hunter Bailey has reported their frustrations from this research and warns that companies need to get better at cultivating effective leaders if they are to keep any talent.
The firm believes their company business model is ideal for creating first-class leaders because individuals in leadership roles will have worked all areas of the business, from entry level up. This business model means they have empathy and experience in what their workforces face day to day and can offer support, guidance and mentorship and presents an excellent opportunity for those looking to progress in business at a faster rate. The firm boasts the quality of their top leaders as some of the best in the Australian sales and marketing industry.
Hunter Bailey state that poor leadership should not be accepted and are campaigning for better leadership to be in place in companies across Australia. The company states that when great leadership is present, the effects can be felt throughout an entire organization.