2024 CEO Sentiment Study Report Available

Bullish Financial Performance Index Announced

Chicago, IL—February 8, 2024— The results of a national study on CEO Sentiment for 2024 is now available in a published report by the Chief Executives Council. The research identified a new CEO Financial Performance Index™ (FPI), and a CEO Spending/Budget Index™ (SBI) that will serve as important benchmarks now and in the future.

The 2024 CEO Sentiment Study was conducted in November 2023 thru January 2024 via a national survey of CEOs, Presidents, and related titles. The study identified “bullish” outlooks for financial metrics, hiring and technology investment; along with “confident” spending and budget priorities. A CEO Financial Performance Index (FPI) of 155% was reinforced by 69% of respondents predicting increased revenue in 2024. A CEO Spending Budget Index (SBI) of 85% was driven by only 25% of respondents increasing spend in 2024.

A “greatest concerns, what keeps you up at night” question identified a variety of responses leading with talent challenges, but closely followed by recession, organization financial performance, inflation, interest rates, geopolitical risk, and supply chain.

“The 2024 CEO Sentiment study uncovered a ‘bullish’ sentiment on company financial performance, along with a ‘confident’ sentiment regarding spending based on challenging economic environments”, states Neil Brown, CEO, Chief Executives Council. “The complimentary Research Study report offers great insight that will help C-Suite executives with 2024 planning.”

The study and webcast were produced by the Chief Executives Council, a community and platform for C-Suite executives focused on training and resources, career development, networking and recognition.

To view or download the free 2024 CEO Sentiment Study Report, click here

To view the 2024 CEO Sentiment Study – Webcast Panel Archive, click here

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