This Week in Leadership
In a sign of mounting concerns over high-tech employee tracking, some states are preemptively banning even untried measures.
It sure doesn’t seem like a great time to switch careers—not with millions still unemployed and firms still imposing salary cuts. But experts say even in a pandemic, there is one rule of thumb that applies: keep control.
Keep control over your career, that is, despite the environment. Indeed, over the last few months, you likely have been adding experiences and skills that can lead you to something better professionally. “Risk-taking, curiosity, agility—those are the currency of the realm going forward,” says Dennis Baltzley, Korn Ferry’s global solution leader for leadership development.
To be sure, getting noticed by employers looks a lot different in the COVID-19 era than it did before. Our experts from across Korn Ferry have provided insights on connecting with HR professionals and positioning yourself for new opportunities during this pandemic. The goal is to be sure coronavirus doesn’t overturn your career.
In the short term, even jobs that seem underwhelming can further careers.
With the pandemic shredding so many careers, most executives are trying to hunker down at work. Should they?
Executives who spent years developing network allies and mentors are watching many of them disappear in the virus era. How to get them back—gently.
Relying on his 20 years of experience in hiring, Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison highlights how to stand out, in a good way, on the popular site.
HR pros and headhunting experts say the pandemic has made it even more grueling for professionals to get on their radar.
With virtual interviews now standard, candidates will need to be on top of their game in whole new ways.