This Week in Leadership (Feb 27 - Mar 5)

The new type of job that ChatGPT is making companies scramble to fill. Plus, why CEOs are losing confidence in their direct reports.

There's a new type of job ChatGPT and other AI tools are sending companies scrambling to fill. The multiple reasons behind why some CEOs are losing confidence in their most senior executives. Plus, how to get an overstuffed email inbox under control. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

The Hot New Job: Asking the AI Questions

ChatGPT and other AI content tools have spawned a need for “prompt engineers”—specialists in the new technology. Why leaders are rushing to find these people before competitors do. 

Severance for Silence No More

A recent US ruling prohibits non-disparagement clauses in severance agreements. How firms—and employees—should adjust to this new normal as layoffs continue.

CEOs Are Losing Faith in Their Direct Reports

Why an increasing number of top bosses feel their own teams don't have the right people.

5 Tips for Managing Email

The average office worker deals with about 150 emails per day. Managing them well can be a surprising career booster.

The Purpose Reckoning Is Underway

A commitment to purpose is a fast-growing factor in how many stakeholders judge companies, says best-selling author Dan Goleman.