This Week in Leadership (Apr 3 - Apr 9)

The myriad ways firms are using to lay people off in 2023. Plus, good news, maybe, on inflation. 

An increasing number of firms are laying people off, but there's a debate about how to best do it. Plus, how leaders are getting adjusted to a generation of employees who use seemingly distracting behaviors to stay focused. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

How Do You Lay People Off in 2023?

Close the office? Send a text? Organizations that need to shed employees are trying to balance efficiency with dignity.

Fidget Toys, Crocheting, and Doodling During Meetings?

Managers are facing a new generation of distracting behaviors that employees swear by for focus.

The Price is Becoming Right

Inflation is on the decline, but has it dropped enough for leaders to change pricing and pay strategies? 

5 Ways to Reinvent Yourself at Work

With layoffs still mounting, many workers are focusing on how to reinvent themselves to improve their value. But learning a new skill is itself a task. 

Forgetting to Remember

The pandemic was an awful experience, but we shouldn’t forget its impact or how we’ve grown because of it, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.