This Week in Leadership (Mar 20 - Mar 26)

Why a growing number of remote workers are voluntarily working nights. Plus, what to do, besides network, if you've been laid off. 

What repercussions might non-finance firms feel from the recent bank-sector turmoil? Why do an increasing number of remote employees want to work nights? Plus, what else should you do, besides networking, if you've been laid off? Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

The Banking Fallout May Begin… Soon

Leaders across industries could see more supply-chain disruption, curtailed M&A activity, and other ripple effects from the current financial crisis.

Employees Taking Midday Off: The New Normal?

Many workers say they are putting in longer hours but admit to “flipping” their workdays to take midday breaks for activities. Do productivity figures suggest this is costing firms?

Will New ‘Sticky’ Benefits Really Stick?

After years of attracting new talent, companies are shifting their resources toward “sticky” benefits that encourage retention. But will it work?

5 More Actions to Take When You’ve Been Laid Off

You already know about tapping your network for help, but there’s plenty more to do before interviewing for a new role. Second in a series.

We 'Will'

Great leadership takes effort first, then can inspire it in others, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.