This Week in Leadership (Dec 6 - Dec 12)
Do leaders have a false sense of confidence over the Omicron variant? Plus, the new favorites in the C-Suite horse race.
Technological, cultural, and demographic changes are creating dynamics shifts in the workplace. The office — whether it be physical or virtual — looks radically different today than it did just a few years ago. And if the innovations of 2019 are any indication, the workplace of the future will look nothing like it does today.
In this Essentials, Korn Ferry highlights some of the major changes impacting how and where people work, what companies are doing to keep productivity and engagement high in the face of those changes, and how talent can use them to advance their careers.
A new index shows six in 10 jobs are low in pay and high in boredom. What the increase in such roles says about the US economy.
The tech giant tried a shorter workweek in Japan to test the impacts on productivity and work-life balance. What happened?
It has the potential to revolutionize work, but the new wireless network may create challenges for leaders managing employees.
As they move into management, many Generation Y'ers are discovering some unexpected challenges
Racing to fill the jobs of the future has become a new “disruption” that can set back a company for years.
The number of jobs you may have in your lifetime will likely be double that of a generation ago. How workers and companies should deal with this new reality.