This report outlines findings from the study Leaders in a Global Economy, which explores how executives manage work and personal life. Researchers found that 61% of the executives surveyed were “work-centric.” However, they also found that 32% were “dual-centric”—they put the same priority on their lives on and off the job. Furthermore, there was no significant gender bias of the executives who made up this group. The study found that being “dual-centric” does not detract from success, and may even lead to overall contentment. The report also provides strategies for being “dual-centric” gathered from personal interviews.