This Week in Leadership (Aug 26 - Sept 1)

Trade trauma is on the rise and a breakthrough deal in pharma. Plus, please don't use emojis on resumes.

The trade trauma continues to build while healthcare leaders find a creative way to do more than $80 billion of M&A. Plus, please don't use emojis on resumes. Those stories and more in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership. Have a fantastic Labor Day Weekend.

A Breakthrough in Pharma

This week, healthcare leaders at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Celgene, and Amgen found a way to make two big deals work, with help from a nasty skin condition.

Trade Trauma Goes on Red Alert

The US-China tariff wars—now a year and a half old—may be reaching a critical stage for markets and firms.

Glass-Cliff Roles: Go for It

So-called “glass cliff” jobs carry big risks, but Korn Ferry’s Evelyn Orr sees important opportunities for the women and minorities who take them.

It’s Your Resume—Not an Instagram Post

Bitmojis and balloons may be popping up on resumes these days. But Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison cautions against such frivolities.

Surprising Lessons from Roller Coasters

It offers millions an end-of-summer thrill, but the roller-coaster industry itself has much to say about innovation, consumer experiences, and branding.