This Week in Leadership (Sept 26 - Oct 2)

The rapidly-rising value of the US dollar is creating a leadership dilemma. Plus, why most efforts to produce more women leaders still need work. 

Why the rapidly-rising value of the US dollar is creating a dilemma for corporate executives. How some return-to-office pushes are creating bad blood among employees. Plus, a new Korn Ferry study examines how well firms are doing producing more female leaders. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

Dollar Signs

With the dollar at its strongest level in 20 years, US-based companies selling a lot of goods abroad could be headed for more financial pain.

Return to the Office: Deciding Who Comes In

Return-to-office pushes can create bad blood between remote and in-office employees if policies aren’t set well.

For Women Leaders, the Need for a Stronger Pipeline

A new Korn Ferry study of top female CEOs reaffirms that succession efforts still need some work.

3 Ways to Become a More Visible Employee

How employees can remind their bosses—and colleagues—that they’re doing great work.

Our Directive Moment

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison explains why today’s changing conditions require leaders to be deliberate, articulate, and accountable.