This Week in Leadership (May 8 - May 14)

Why the big decline in people quitting has some leaders yearning for the days of the Great Resignation. Plus, how to negotiate for a better job title.

Why the big decline in people quitting is not all good news for managers. How companies are trying to offload at least some of their unused office space. Plus, how to negotiate for a better job title. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Sitting, Not Quitting

The rate at which employees are quitting is nearly back to pre-pandemic levels. But the end of everyone quitting poses its own set of issues for corporate leaders.

An Opening for Bank Disruptors?

Leaders of new digital-banking alternatives see the latest crisis as an opportunity to grab customers from traditional financial-services firms. But the window of opportunity can be brief.

6 Ways to Get a New Job Title

Unable to give big raises, more companies are allowing job-title changes. But asking for one is a risky business.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

More and more companies are turning to subleasing to cut costs and fill unused office space. But sharing space could come at a price.

When Will We Get There?

Regardless of the tough economy, it’s a leader’s job to point out what’s right in what’s wrong, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.