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This Week in Leadership (Jan 23 - Jan 29)
Should more leaders admit to their firms—and themselves—that they are burnt-out? What should we make the rush of "not-so-bad" earnings reports? Plus, what organizations should do, if anything, about the decline of work friendships. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news.
New Zealand’s outgoing leader admitted she was burnt-out. How many other leaders should do the same?
The January earnings season sets the tone for the rest of the year—and so far, the results are down, but only half as bad as expected.
Cyberattacks have quietly picked up in the post-pandemic era, but experts say chief security officers are struggling to get heard.
New Korn Ferry research finds that a handful of bad behaviors hamper career progress.
The absence of work friendships is an overlooked trend that may be costly to firms as the year unfolds.
The Korn Ferry Essentials
Read the best Korn Ferry articles over the past year, covering these critical topics: