Survey for Managers in Bermuda

As part of research for my MBA dissertation, I am conducting a survey of managers in Bermuda and looking for participants.

The research examines how the various, and sometimes influential, relationships subordinate and junior employees have outside of the workplace impact the management practices and leadership behaviour of managers in Bermuda.  As a result, to participate in the study, you should be a middle or senior level manager within a company or organisation in Bermuda.

***While managers from ALL sectors in Bermuda are welcome to participate, I am extending a special invitation to those from the international business sector and expatriate managers on the island. This will help to ensure I have a balanced sample for comparison across sectors.

I would be forever grateful if you could help me with my research by completing the questionnaire via the link below and passing it on to as many of your friends, colleagues, and other contacts in Bermuda, as possible. If you are a fellow blogger, I would also appreciate it if you helped me spread the word by mentioning it to your readers and/or posting a link to the questionnaire on your site. Please also note that participation in this study is voluntary and anonymous. The questionnaire and further details can be found by clicking the following link:

Click HERE to take the survey

If you would like to share your views in even greater detail, then you are more than welcome to contact me, as well.  In the meantime, many thanks in advance for your valued participation and feedback.

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~ by Carol-Ann Simmons on August 11, 2011.

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