This Week in Leadership

The talent needed for a now-legal $150 billion industry, plus why visionary leaders have trouble inspiring some people.

The birth of a $150 billion industry. The 18-month career cycle. Running a country as a 92-year-old. Those insights and more in Korn Ferry's latest take on recent news, from our reporting team.

The $150 Billion Industry That Started This Week

A new U.S. Supreme Court ruling is expected to spawn legalized sports gambling across the country. Will leaders from casinos to non-profits be ready?  

The Incredible Shrinking Career Timeline

Forget long-term gigs; recent college grads should be thinking of their careers in 12- to 18-month cycles, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.

In the UK, a Brawl from Within

In her quest to manage Brexit, the prime minister will need the right skills to sway her own team.

In Malaysia, Still Leading Strong at 92

Korn Ferry’s Mike Distefano looks at an election for prime minister that defied the odds—and speaks to adroit acts of leadership.

When Being a Visionary Isn’t Enough

Being a far-seeing innovator won’t inspire everyone. The best leaders have multiple styles, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.