This Week in Leadership (Feb 28 - Mar 6)

Why many professionals are dreading returning to the office. Plus, what to do if you quit your job and now regret it. 

Offices are reopening, but many employees really don't want to go back. This year's International Women's Day carries more meaning. Plus, what to do when you regret quitting your job. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Worried About Returning to the Office

Nearly 75% of professionals tell Korn Ferry that a return to the office will be negative for their mental health. With the pandemic fading, leaders have their work cut out for them.

Move Over, Equity. Cash Is King

Hoping to blunt attrition, more firms are using cash instead of equity as the big talent lure. Is it working?

International Women’s Day: This Year, More Than Ever

Following two years of a pandemic overburdening women, experts say companies need to honor and support women employees next Tuesday.

5 Ways to Create Better Work Boundaries

Sixty-five percent of people say they work more now than they did pre-pandemic. Some ways to set time away.

'I Quit My Job. Now I Regret It'

Get answers to these five questions before asking for your old job back, suggests Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.