This Week in Leadership (May 22 - May 28)

How the world's greatest generational transfer of wealth could be impacting when people quit or decide to return to the office. Plus, Korn Ferry highlights what executives should read and watch this summer.

Why there could be more misconduct when employees are working at the office than when they're working remotely. Plus, our experts pick what executives should be reading and watching this summer. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

The Great Inheritance's Impact on Employees

Younger workers are set to inherit the greatest transfer of wealth in history. What changes should leaders anticipate?

Office (Mis)Conduct

A new study found that traders working from home were less likely to commit securities fraud than those in the office. Why leaders calling for a return to office should take note.

A Different (Political) View

A new study shows that directors with different political views than incoming CEOs are more likely to leave the board. Will the upcoming US presidential election create only more strains?

The Essential Summer Reading (and Watching) List for Executives 

Here’s what our experts are reading and watching as the summer kicks off this Memorial Day weekend.

Creating Brave Employees

Many bosses punish people for being courageous, says Korn Ferry’s Margie Warrell.