This Week in Leadership (Nov 22 - Nov 28)
Surging COVID cases have leaders debating their return-to-office plans. Plus, business books for the holidays and tips for launching a second career.
So many work shortages. On the flip side, so many job offers. Plus, why some leaders think people who want to work remotely aren't engaged. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry's content team on leadership-related news.
Has corporate America followed through on its promise to pursue racial equity? Meet the woman keeping track.
Leaders are voicing their skepticism of remote work. But is it too late to go back to the way it was?
From airlines unable to accept phone reservations to fast-food chains shutting down drive-throughs, organizations are already losing critical business from not being able to staff up fast enough in the rising economy.
Thanks to the quickly reviving economy, companies are handing out offers left and right. Sorting out which one to pick requires answering some key questions.
Best-selling author Daniel Goleman on why “stakeholder capitalism,” defying skeptics, has gained more traction during the pandemic.
Leaders can’t turn back the clock, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison. Instead, they have three choices about moving forward.