This Week in Leadership (July 17 - July 23)

The latest heat waves and floods are making leaders wonder whether their own organizations are climate resilient. Plus, how to use AI to make your performance review more useful. 

The world's latest heat waves, floods and other disasters is making leaders wonder whether they've prepared their own organizations for climate-related crises. Why bosses are insisting thatcameras always be on during video calls. Plus, how to use AI to get the more out of a performance review. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Leading Through Floods, Fires, and Fierce Heat

June’s heat and a slew of storms portend that leaders will face climate-related challenges more frequently. Are they prepared?

Fully Remote? It Could Be 10% to 20% Less Productive

A new study indicates there’s a decent-sized gap in productivity between a fully remote and a fully on-site workforce. But the where-to-work debate will likely rage on.

A New Taboo: Turning Off Your Camera

A survey finds nine in ten leaders take a dim view of employees not appearing on video calls. Is it a true measure of engagement?

5 Ways to Use AI for Your Midyear Review

ChatGPT and similar software won’t magically turn your job performance stellar, but they could make your review far more productive.

Being an Ally vs. Just Using Symbols

Consumers increasingly are able to recognize, and don’t take kindly to, organizations whom they suspect are “purpose washing,” says best-selling author Dan Goleman.

Humans Still Wanted: The Future of AI at Work

Nearly 40% of CEOs tell Korn Ferry that AI will fundamentally transform their businesses, but how many say they, or their employees, are ready for that change?