This Week in Leadership (June 10 - June 16)

Why the latest job figures are so frustrating. Plus, why a majority of CEOs say they suffer from imposter syndrome.

Why the overall job market appears great even as it frustrates so many job seekers. How the latest "quiet" workplace trend could become a leadership dilemma. Plus, why a majority of CEOs believe they suffer from imposter syndrome. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Hiring that’s Laser-Like—and Frustrating

The latest jobs data gives the impression that hiring is robust. The reality: a "near-recession" for white-collar and other positions.

Beware the ‘Quiet Vacation’

One in eight employees has already planned a non-PTO trip this summer.

CEO: I’m an Imposter

More than seven in 10 top bosses tell Korn Ferry they sometimes feel they’re not equipped to handle the job. Why?

5 AI Jobs in Sharp Demand—and the Skills Needed

AI is now part of a broad range of roles, but it’s tricky to know which specific skills are needed for which roles.

Work Burnout, Boredom, and ‘Boreout’

What workers call boredom could be something far more detrimental to themselves and their organizations, says best-selling author Dan Goleman. 

Cultivating Growth Beyond Borders

A new Korn Ferry report suggests new solutions for international alliances, many of which fall through due to “overlooked” organizational, structural. and human factors.