The Director Sentiment Monitor Q2 2019 details research on how members view key issues such as the economy, government performance and business confidence. This research also addresses other key topics such as Brexit, talent, and insurance. This monitor compares the Q2 findings with Q1 2019, as well as in certain instances a comparison with Q2 2018.
Diversity in the Boardroom 2019 provides a snapshot of the current state of diversity in Ireland’s boardrooms. It covers key aspects of corporate governance, including board profiles and demographics, social diversity (gender, race, geography, age), professional diversity (education, expertise and skillsets) and the governance of diversity (board recruitment, composition and tenure).
The Q1 2019 Director Sentiment Monitor details the findings of research carried out by 305 respondents. The research revealed that Brexit remains a key concern for senior business leaders in Ireland. The survey was sent out to all members, with a link to the online survey, and was carried out during the time period 23rd -30th April 2019.
The Q4 2018 Director Sentiment Monitor details the findings of research carried out by 330 respondents. The research revealed that Brexit is the single biggest risk factor facing their organisation. The survey was sent out to all members, with a link to the online survey, and was carried out during the time period 3rd and 10th December 2018.