This Week in Leadership (Mar 13 - Mar 19)

How leaders can handle the recent financial turmoil. Plus, how ChatGPT is making its way into the workplace.

The financial turmoil of the last week has created yet another test for leaders. Why a large percentage of employees want to use ChatGPT at work—even though they don't trust its answers. Plus, how to be a good mentor. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Instability: Now What?

Businesses—and markets—were rattled by the latest financial turmoil, but have so far pressed forward. Is instability becoming too common?

ChatGPT Invades the Workplace

Nearly half of professionals are already using the new AI tool for daily work tasks, a new Korn Ferry survey shows. But leaders are still figuring out how to govern its use.

Buyouts Or Layoffs? A Hard Call to Make

In these tough economic times, firms are weighing the two traditional methods for cutbacks. Does one make more sense than the other in today’s business environment?

5 Keys to Being a Good Mentor

Mentoring someone is a great way to help them—and the organization—succeed.

The Double-Edged Sword of ‘Authenticity’

An increasing number of consumers are calling out the tactics some firms use to portray themselves as purpose driven, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman. 

Who Is Gen Z: The New Wave of Talent

In a four-part series, Korn Ferry Institute’s Amelia Haynes and Tessa Misiaszek discuss what companies need to know about attracting, developing, retaining, and rewarding Gen Z talent. First up: how to get Gen Z in the door.