This Week in Leadership (May 23 - May 29)

Is the "company town" coming back? Plus, how to be a productive digital nomad and why your ketchup now has a mission statement. 

Why some companies, in order to attract talent, are becoming homebuilders. The best ways to be a productive digital nomad. Plus, why your ketchup, shoes, and mayonnaise now have mission statements. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Does Ketchup Need a Purpose?

Some consumer firms are now explaining how each product line can improve the world. Are so many 'purposes' helpful or too much?

Showdown Time: Juggling Hybrid and Summer Schedules

For the first time, managers are overseeing both summer vacations and back-to-office schedules, a situation that’s sowing confusion.

A New Way to Bring Home Talent 

Eager to attract talent, some organizations are having houses built for new recruits. Can an organization be a good employer and a good landlord? 

5 Ways to be a ‘Digital Nomad’

A café on the French Riviera one month. A condo in New York the next. How to be productive without being tied to one place.

Corporate Climate Change

Companies that don’t embrace ESG might find themselves losing customers, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.