This Week in Leadership (Apr 24 - Apr 30)

Why are CEOs taking a more blunt stance with their employees? Plus, the lost art of the work phone call. 

Why some CEOs are getting frustrated with employees... and letting them know about it. Plus, what companies are hoping employees will accept in lieu of big raises. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Have CEOs Reached the Boiling Point? 

What’s changed recently that has made some CEOs more blunt with their own employees.

No Raises. How About Another Day Off?

With employee raises low this year, some firms are looking for creative ways to reward workers. But do such substitutes work?

The Lost Art of the Phone Call

With email and Zoom use rising in the remote-work era, firm leaders say phone use for even critical operations is dropping off. How much is “phone phobia” hurting business?

5 Ways to Improve Your Job

Instead of looking for new roles, more workers in this economy are trying to find ways to make their current job work.

Do More Hours and In-Office Attendance Really Matter?

Prioritizing how many hours employees work—and where they work—could lead to bad business decisions, says best-selling author Dan Goleman.