This Week in Leadership

Using Twitter to announce leadership changes, plus how the U.S. economy is rapidly becoming an employees' market.

A top leader gets fired via Twitter. Plus, why firms shouldn't make hiring decisions based on "fit." Read Korn Ferry’s latest take on recent news, from our reporting team.

Let Go By Tweet

Few get #dismissed like Secretary of State Tillerson. But high-profile firings are becoming far more complex.

The Next ‘Jolt’ for Employers

The key jobs report Friday shows candidates are gaining more leverage on their current—and future—employers.

Podcast: Catching the Right Career Wave

Executives can too often miss a golden opportunity for advancement, says Gary Burnison, Korn Ferry CEO and author of Lose the Resume, Land the Job. 

A Critical Roadblock to Diversity

As organizations try to improve their talent makeup, too many still rely on a candidate’s “fit,” says Korn Ferry’s Andrés Tapia.

The Hidden Opportunity in Work Conflicts

Research shows that coolheaded managers can turn on-the-job disagreements into big gains, writes emotional intelligence expert Daniel Goleman. 

The CEO Shuffle, Part Two

The carefully designed CEO departures at Goldman Sachs and Dow Chemical demonstrate a whole new degree of succession planning.