This Week in Leadership (July 29 - Aug 4)

Worries about the US economy, plus why a woman on every S&P 500 firm's board of directors is a nice milestone but not nearly good enough.

Is there a reason leaders should feel jittery about the broad US economy? What's good—and not so good—about every S&P 500 firm now having a female board director. And why are all almost all the the new jobs in Europe being filled by older workers? All that and more in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership.

An Economy on the Edge?

This week's Fed move, along with some worrying economic data, could signal the start of a downturn. But that might not affect job markets equally.

One Woman Is Not Enough

Every S&P 500 firm now has at least one female board director. But experts say that alone doesn’t mean boards are embracing diversity.

The EU’s Reliance on Older Workers

Fewer than 20% of new jobs created in the eurozone recently went to anyone under age 55. Why that may become a big problem.

Cleared for Takeoff

A new partnership between United Airlines and security identity firm Clear shows why leaders need to partner with disruptors if they want to create first-class experiences.

When Your Career Lands in a Divot

How to overcome traps and hazards, whether they're on the links or in the workplace, according to Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.