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This Week in Leadership (Aug 21 - Aug 27)
What tasks are best done at the office? Why are more companies beating their earnings expectations even when overal earnings growth is declining? Plus, is the workday actually getting shorter? Plus, why being hopeful at the office might be a job requirement these days. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news.
Are leaders asking people to come back for the wrong reasons? New research highlights when in-person is best.
Earnings were down in Q2, but nearly eight in ten firms beat analyst expectations. Are firms back to their pre-pandemic ways of lowballing forecasts?
Stressed-out employees are rolling back their time on the job by 37 minutes, a new study shows.
At a time when firms need workers to live up to their creative potential, 75% of people say they aren’t. How to change that.
Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison highlights why leaders should reshape how they talk about worker productivity.
Almost half of women Korn Ferry surveyed say that their work performance is disrupted by perimenopause- and menopause-related symptoms. A groundbreaking new report looks at women’s health and the workplace.