United States

Global Leadership Monitor 2022
What are the greatest threats to business health in the US in 2022?


2022 Global Leadership Monitor      All Regional Insights


The pandemic enforced a grand experiment in how we work. It accelerated the adoption of remote working infrastructure and has indelibly changed employee attitudes.

In our research, US leaders said the availability of key talent/skills was the biggest risk to organizational health over the next 12 to 18 months (from a list of 20 threats). Alongside uncertain economic growth, the return to work/hybrid work was also a top-of-mind concern.

Top four threats to organizational health over the next 12-18 months (US)*

01 Availability of key talent/skills

02 Uncertain economic growth

03 Return to work/hybrid

04 Geopolitical uncertainty

*Rank of issues based on % of leaders selecting item as top 5 issue from list of 20
RRA 2022 Global Leadership Monitor

Geopolitical instability is also top of mind, no doubt fueled by the war in Ukraine, with 50% of UK leaders citing this as a concern.

To understand more about the scale of the challenges ahead, we surveyed 442 US CEOs, board directors, CxOs, and next-gen leaders.

  • The preparedness of leaders to face looming talent risks.
  • The proportion leaders who would move employer for the right opportunity.
  • The top reasons leaders are willing to move employers.
  • The specific actions leaders can take to mitigate talent threats.


Discover what we found out in our latest research report.

Are US leaders ready to face tomorrow’s biggest threats?

Download the US Global Leadership Monitor 2022 Report