BLUF: Army civilians are satisfied with their careers and committed to their jobs. Reported strengths include: work autonomy, leader effectiveness, and work experience preparing civilians for future leadership roles. Reported weaknesses include: high stress from workload, lack of information flow, and lack of leader development within organizations. From November-December 2010, 18,000 Army civilian leaders were contacted and 5,882 participated in the CAL Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL) for a response rate of 33%. CASAL assesses and tracks trends in attitudes toward leade
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