This Week in Leadership (July 10 - July 16)

Why are CEOs leaving their roles at a record pace? Plus, Korn Ferry's top articles of the year so far. 

Why are so many CEOs leaving this year? Why have so many more men than women returned to the office? Plus, we highlight our most-read stories of the year (so far), and present an exclusive interview with newly crowned U.S. Women’s Open winner, and Korn Ferry sponsored, Allisen Corpuz. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

The 5 Top Korn Ferry Stories of 2023… So Far

The return-to-office question is still, unsurprisingly, on everyone’s minds, but so is how to get a raise in this tough economy.

A Changing of the CEO Guard?

CEOs are leaving their positions in record numbers this year—and not all of them voluntarily. What’s behind the trend?

Men Are Back at the Office. Women, However…

Nearly as many women are working from home today as during the height of the pandemic. Experts offer reasons, and a warning to leaders.

5 Ways to Unleash Your Work Superpower

Smart workers know they have hidden talents that will make them stand out. What are some of the best ways?

Deflect or Reflect

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison says great leaders, rather than looking for someone to blame, hold themselves accountable.

Winning the U.S. Women’s Open

Not many U.S. Women's Open golf winners have a master’s degree in global supply-chain management. Meet Allisen Corpuz, whom Korn Ferry sponsors, and who won last week at Pebble Beach.