This Week in Leadership (Apr 15 - Apr 21)

The UK targets tech, plus why Alibaba's cofounder says a 72-hour workweek is a "blessing.

The UK targets tech. Goldman Sachs puts the variable in variable pay. Plus, the debate over the "996" work schedule (that's 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week), in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership. 

Putting the Variable in Variable Pay

Goldman Sachs beat earnings estimates this week by cutting compensation accruals. Why variable pay may be the answer in tough economic times.

A New Crackdown on Tech

Experts say the UK’s new desire to increase regulation may require tech firms to adopt a new mentality and skills.

Should We Work the ‘996’ Schedule?

Alibaba cofounder Jack Ma says a 72-hour workweek should be considered a good thing. Others wonder if the long hours are worth it.

Why Mondays Are the Worst for Meetings

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison unpacks the science behind the perfect time for meetings.

A Missing Link Connecting Work and Well-Being

Emotional intelligence expert Daniel Goleman highlights the connection between purpose-driven companies and the well-being of employees.