This Week in Leadership (June 3 - June 9)

Slack’s quiet IPO, the collapse of a potential mega merger, and more.

Slack’s quiet IPO. A major succession plan goes awry. The reason why job interviewers sometimes ask out-of-the-blue questions. Those stories and more in the latest edition of Korn Ferry's This Week in Leadership. 

Shhh: Slack’s Quiet Messaging

Ahead of its IPO later this month, Slack’s loquacious CEO is learning to curb some of his social media.

Renault, Fiat Chrysler Will Stay in Their Own Lanes

The two European giants won't merge after all. Why analysts expect auto leaders will be debating other corporate combinations.

Exit, Stage Right

Chancellor Merkel thought she had her successor all lined up—until now. How leaders must deal with succession plans gone awry.

The Single-Mother Conundrum

The number of young single mothers in the workforce without a college degree is growing. Now comes the hard part: retaining them.

The Top 10 Things Interviewers Are Looking For

Korn Ferry CEO explains why candidates get asked “What’s the last book you read?” and other out-of-nowhere questions.