This Week in Leadership (Oct 18 - Oct 24)

Companies are overwhelmed by the Great Resignation. Plus, why some firms are much better at getting their employees vaccinated than others.

The unconventional tactics some firms are taking to stem the tide of employee resignations. The unappealing choices leaders face amid soaring energy prices. Plus, how to keep the remote work revolution from becoming isolating and divisive. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news.

The Great Resignation: ‘It’s Killing Companies’

With no signs of this year’s mass exit abating, some firms are turning to unconventional tactics to improve retention.

A Surprising Gap in Firms’ Vax Rates

Some companies boast 90% rates—but some competitors have half that. Does the carrot or stick work?

$80 a Barrel. Now What?

Switch suppliers? Eat the cost? Or shut down some operations? With energy costs soaring, leaders face some unappealing options.

5 Ways to Prepare for a Performance Review

As the pandemic eases, managers are paying more attention to reviews. So should employees, with these steps.

Remote Work’s Defining Moment

Leaders must keep today’s revolution in how we work from becoming isolating and divisive, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.

Fighting Corporate Burnout

A new Korn Ferry report identifies five pillars to sustain employee well-being and performance.