This Week in Leadership
A Wrench in the Hiring Boom?
The triple threat of rising inflation, sooner-than-expected interest rate hikes, and a potential stock market correction could slow down the pace of hiring.
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Dedicated to the advancement of leadership and strategic thinking about talent, Briefings is proud to celebrate 25 issues. Since the inception of the magazine in 2009, we’ve featured hundreds of interviews with luminaries from business, education, government, the nonprofit sector, sports, and even rock ‘n’ roll. In honor of this milestone, here are some highlights from issues past and a look at where Briefings’ alumni are today. We invite you to explore the complete archives at www.kornferrybriefings.com > > >
“Leading In A Time Of Crisis”
The third African American CEO of a Fortune 500 company, Chenault has been at the helm of American Express since 2001 and sees great potential in the block chain technology behind digital currencies.
“Beyond The Burberry Check”
The former Burberry CEO became SVP of Retail & Online Stores at Apple in 2014, where she’s credited with breaking down silos and revitalizing the tech giant’s retail culture.
“The Brain Behind LinkedIN”
The LinkedIN founder and “most- networked man in Silicon Valley” devotes much of his time to philanthropy, supporting economic development and social entrepreneurship causes, including micro-lending site Kiva.org.
“What Shoes Say”
The Deckers Outdoor CEO has taken the company’s flagship Ugg brand from an iconic shoe to a lifestyle brand, venturing into home goods, and soon, outerwear.
“Fleetwood Mac: Band Governance”
The newly reunited Rumours lineup is still thinkin’ about tomorrow. The band recently completed another world tour and has been recording new material.
“The Man With The Plan”
Under Tucci’s leadership as Chairman and CEO, last year EMC was named one of the world’s top 25 multinational workplaces out of 2,800 global companies surveyed by the Great Place to Work Institute.