This Week in Leadership

Five takeaways from the James Comey clash, plus Starbucks' sweeping attack on unconscious bias.

What can leaders learn from the fight between the ex-FBI director and the current U.S. President? Can Starbucks' sweep away the unconsious biases of its own employees? Plus, can your coworkers "catch" your anxiety at work?  Get answers to those questions and more in Korn Ferry’s take on recent news, from our reporting team.

The To-Do List of London’s Newest Finance Leader

The London Stock Exchange’s new CEO faces both internal and external pressures. What first steps will be best. 

Starbucks’ Assault on Hidden Biases

Facing bad PR, Starbucks will train nearly 175,000 employees—on the same day—about unconscious biases. But can this be measured? 

5 Takeaways from the Comey Clash

The two-year flap with the ex-FBI director offers a litany of lessons for any CEO.?

A Saudi Woman’s Drive to Work

In coming months, women will be driving in Saudi Arabia—and revolutionizing the country’s workforce. 

Your Emotions at Work Are Contagious

Without realizing it, leaders can pass along their feelings—good and bad—to team members, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.