The average CEO tenure is shrinking, but some leaders may be spending that diminishing time in office reading anonymous online critiques of their performance. Korn Ferry’s experts weigh in on the news of the week, including how the aura of CEO invincibility continues to decline, the amount workers are willing to give up for job stability and why some leaders are perusing public websites to read about what’s going on in their own office.
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