WORLDCOM CONFIDENCE INDEX 2019 – MEXICO REPORT

The 2019 Worldcom Confidence Index is an invaluable benchmark for the confidence levels of business leaders.  In our second annual Confidence Index, we commissioned Advanced Symbolics Inc. (ASI), a research company that uses artificial intelligence (AI), to create a fully representative understanding of what audiences are saying. We captured and analysed the online contributions, in nine languages, of 58,374 CEOs and CMOs globally. This enabled us to identify which topics are highest on the leadership agenda, and how confident or concerned leaders are about the topic.

Since we published our first Confidence Index, world events such as: the US/China trade war, Brexit, Amazon forest fires, the Hong Kong crisis, the increasing pace of global warming and the resurgence of diseases such as Measles, have continued to create a more uncertain world. Our second Confidence Index shows exactly how confident or concerned business leaders are about dealing with these challenges.

This year’s findings have uncovered a 21% decline in confidence globally since 2018.

The top six findings for Mexico are:

#1 Mexico is last on the Confidence Index – with a significantly below Global CI average score

#2 Influencers are the #1 audience for leaders’ attention, but leaders are concerned about connecting with them

#3 Employee-related topics dominate leaders’ agenda

  • Upskilling and reskilling is the most discussed topic
  • Employee-related topics take three out of top five topics
  • The Mexican CI score for employees is 11 per cent higher than the global value for this audience

#4 Mexico is very concerned about corporate image and brand reputation

#5 The media matters but Mexican leaders are very concerned about its impact

 

#6 Leaders in Mexico are very concerned about cybercrime.

 The Global report for the Worldcom Confidence Index 2019 can be seen here. You can view the full Mexico report here or see the deck below. To have the best viewing experience please use full screen mode.

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