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PURPOSE-POWERED SUCCESS

A new Korn Ferry study shows how authentic purpose-driven organizations are attracting top talent and winning over customers.

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TARGETING TRANSFORMATION

With his industry in flux, can target’s first outside ceo transform the nation’s third-largest retailer?

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SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

They can be addictive to players. But how entranced will your wallet be? How long will you work to afford the newest video games? Part five of a series.

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Leadership

Cartier: Biggest Challenge

Insights from Cyrille Vigneron, CEO at the luxury brand Cartier, as told to Korn Ferry’s Melanie Kusin and Mike Distefano during New York’s recent Fashion Week. First in a series.

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Seasonally adjusted: Part II

For fitness fanatics, keeping pace ma...

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Playbook for success

In sports, GMs and coaches confront g...

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Trump’s first big challenge

The president-elect should emphasize ...

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Talent Management

At long last, revamp recruiting

At long last, revamp recruiting

Guest columnist Sjoerd Gehring from Johnson & Johnson argues that corporate recruiting should switch to a more consumer-centric approach.

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Talent Management

The trillion-dollar difference

The trillion-dollar difference

Although leaders globally underestimate people’s importance in the future of work, human capital can be valued at $1,215 trillion, Korn Ferry study finds.

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Talent Management

The Battle For Motivation

The Battle For Motivation

Welcome to the new normal, where workers struggle to care about their jobs. What are the costs, causes and solutions to what may be the defining corporate crisis of today?

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Talent Management

Talent to make airports soar

Talent to make airports soar

In their search for more revenues, airports will need a new type of executive to help run them, a Korn Ferry study finds.

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Marketing

Holiday cheers

Holiday cheers

Retail employee turnover jumps as workers find better work this holiday season, a Korn Ferry survey finds.

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Talent Management

Seasonally adjusted: Part III

Seasonally adjusted: Part III

Grown-ups can go around in circles seeking the gift that makes young folks flip these days. How long will you work to buy your teen the coolest skateboard? Third in a series.

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Executive Development & Coaching

Resonant leadership

Resonant leadership

Famed author Daniel Goleman explains four styles of leadership that get everyone moving on the same wavelength.

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Boards/Governance

Sneak Preview: Just In

Sneak Preview: Just In

Boards are seeking more experienced directors and more women, paying them more, and meeting more frequently.

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Chief Executive

CEO Pay Ratios: Deal With It

CEO Pay Ratios: Deal With It

What is your company doing to prepare?

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Boards/Governance

The Hispanic imperative

The Hispanic imperative

Latinos not only wield big, growing economic clout, they also are blazing paths to corporate boards. But more outreach and opportunities will benefit them and far-thinking companies, a Korn Ferry study finds.

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Talent Management

Seasonally adjusted: Part II

Seasonally adjusted: Part II

For fitness fanatics, keeping pace matters even during the holidays. How long will you work to buy a state-of-the-art sports watch for your favorite athlete? Second in a series.

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Chief Executive

Playbook for success

Playbook for success

In sports, GMs and coaches confront great potential and risks in their first year. Winning ways? A new Korn Ferry Hay Group study chalks up the Xs and Os.

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Leadership

Trump’s first big challenge

Trump’s first big challenge

The president-elect should emphasize competency over politics, says Korn Ferry’s Charles S. Ingersoll Jr., a veteran of White House transitions.

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Leadership

Worries about the vote

Worries about the vote

Recent market slides may reflect investor jitters about Tuesday’s US presidential vote. But what about underlying economic fundamentals? Korn Ferry’s Alan Guarino offers insights.

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Talent Management

Seasonally adjusted: Part I

Seasonally adjusted: Part I

Making a loved one’s eyes sparkle with joy for the holidays isn’t always easy. How long will you work to buy a pair of diamond earrings? First in a series.

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Interview

Stepping Down Early

Stepping Down Early

Why one successful CEO decided to retire at the top of his game.

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Leadership

Cashman consults: On leaders

Cashman consults: On leaders

How do virtuous leaders increase self-awareness, ‘inside out’ and ‘outside in?’ Korn Ferry’s Kevin Cashman explains.

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Leadership

Cashman consults: On leadership

Cashman consults: On leadership

What powerful questions might spark transformative leadership? Korn Ferry’s Kevin Cashman explains.

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Executive Development & Coaching

Cashman consults: On growth

Cashman consults: On growth

How can organizations optimize their pursuit of talent, innovation, and culture? Korn Ferry’s Kevin Cashman explains.

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Talent Acquisition Advisory

A boon to business still

A boon to business still

Baby boomers remain fired up, ready to achieve more—and working for at least five years longer than planned before the recession, Korn Ferry finds.

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Diversity & Inclusion

The Latino pipeline

The Latino pipeline

Their clout in the U.S. presidential election is significant, but Latinos still face enormous challenges in the workplace. Korn Ferry’s Andrés Tapia on tapping into this culture.

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Talent Management

Global measures

Global measures

Worldwide companies can improve recruiting—finding people with right skills, values, and behaviors—by assessing candidates consistently, Korn Ferry study says.

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Talent Management

Hermès: Deciphering millennials

Hermès: Deciphering millennials

Less is more for this group, says CEO for Hermès USA Robert Chavez. Last in a series.

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Talent Management

The future’s most valued jobs?

The future’s most valued jobs?

Tomorrow’s talent, with ever higher qualifications and demands, will be part of firms’ ‘inner’ and ‘outside’ circles, Korn Ferry’s Karen Visser says. Seventh in a series.

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Leadership

Hermès: A surprising innovator

Hermès: A surprising innovator

Hermès gets high marks where you wouldn’t expect. CEO for Hermès USA Robert Chavez explains why. Part two of our video series.

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Talent Management

Wanted at Hermès: happy talent

Wanted at Hermès: happy talent

CEO for Hermès USA Robert Chavez says this high-end brand focuses on upbeat people to hire. Part one of our video series.

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Talent Management

The human edge

The human edge

Skilled leaders can help to unlock the vast potential of teamwork so that people—with technology’s aid—can power future advances, Korn Ferry’s Rick Lash says. Sixth in a series.

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Talent Management

Seismic shifts

Seismic shifts

CEO’s out? Other big changes occurring? That may be a key time for leaders to focus on employee engagement, Korn Ferry Hay Group research finds.

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Leadership

High seas distress

High seas distress

Innovative leaders will play a vital role as global shipping steers through roiling change, especially during the hectic holiday season, Korn Ferry’s Ken Bloom says.

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