This Week in Leadership
Purpose is Powering Through the Pandemic
Best-selling author Dan Goleman on why “stakeholder” capitalism, defying skeptics, has gained more traction during the pandemic.
Why stakeholders are demanding CEOs speak out on social and political issues, and why CEOs should get used to the pressure. Plus, the debate over whether to start hedging against inflation and the new, trendy reason people are turning down lucrative job offers. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry's content team on leadership-related news.
CEOs are being pushed to weigh in on yet more areas in American politics that had once seemed untouchable.
Prices for plastic, oil, and other key commodities have jumped as much as 30%. A look at hedging strategies.
A third of workers say they would turn down an offer for an in-office job. How that changes the recruiting calculus for those hiring—and those looking.
Experts say mentors will take on added importance in the coming months. But those relationships won’t be easy to establish.
There is only one way leaders should evaluate all the tough choices they made during the pandemic, according to Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.