This Week in Leadership (Feb 13 - Feb 19)
How organizations, by putting more pressure on their middle managers now, could be setting themselves up for problems later on. Why legal and goverrnment-affairs executives say they're finding their work even tougher today than it was during the pandemic. Plus, the "green skill" both workers and employers will need. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news.
Already tasked with enforcing new office and productivity edicts, a growing number are now getting laid off, docked pay, or demoted. Why is there a target on their backs?
A new survey shows stress levels for legal- and government-affairs executives are up sharply, as firms try to straddle the fence on many public issues.
Companies are quietly expanding “clawback” provisions to a wider group of employees and extending the time workers must give notice. What’s driving this?
Surveys show a growing number of workers now have at least some caretaking duties.
Best-selling author Daniel Goleman explains why firms will need employees to both think and work with sustainability in mind.
Korn Ferry’s new global report shows that employees with a strong fit to their role are more likely to be highly engaged.