How long have you been in your current position? 

<1 year14%

1 - 2 years29%

2 - 3 years20%

3 - 5 years12%

5+ years22%


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Global Vice President of Sales in Software, 11 - 50 employees
this is incredibly interesting to see almost all of the answers are close to 20% - shocking results and great survey!
CEO in Finance (non-banking), 2 - 10 employees
Started my own fractional CFO business over a year ago after 18+ years in accounting, finance, FP&A and finance leadership primarily with high growth businesses.
Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Over 35+ years I found that I had true promotion or full role changes about every 4-5 years. Frequently there was tile expansion within that with an above average raise but I didn’t consider those position changes. I feel you don’t create lasting value and change in 1-2 years. You can have success but my observation has been those who moved on at 2-3 years didn’t really change things as it went back to “the old way/or problems returned “ shortly after their departure. The type of company makes a big difference though. My experience is based on huge 130k employee global 100+ year old company

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