This Week in Leadership (Dec 3 - Dec 9)

How today's low unemployment is forcing firms to devise creative new benefits, plus two nonpartisan leadership lessons from George H.W. Bush.

Companies are getting creative with low unemployment, and Apple is fighting against Wall Street's short-term focus. Plus, the nonpartisan leadership lessons of George H.W. Bush. All that and more in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership.

The ‘Secondary Benefits’ of a Hot Jobs Market

This Friday’s unemployment report may set a record, putting more pressure on firms to get creative with incentives to find and keep talent.

The Legacy of George H. W. Bush: Humbly Competitive

Korn Ferry Vice Chairman Nels Olson highlights two traits that leaders can emulate from his old boss.

The First Strikes Against Short-Termism

Apple and some other big names are making bold moves to fight Wall Street’s demand for fast results that can hamper long-term success.

How Writing a ‘Great’ Resume Can Cost You the Job

A resume is just an outline for the story you want to tell prospective employers, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.

Tackling Too Many Projects

How overcommitment at work and home can damage both your performance and your body, according to emotional intelligence expert Daniel Goleman.