This Week in Leadership (Sept 5 - Sept 11)

Why "quiet firing" might be a bigger issue than "quiet quitting." Plus, why the new back-to-the-office mandates firms are imposing could be difficult to enforce.

What is "quiet firing" and why leaders might want to focus on it more than "quiet quitting?" How effective will the new back-to-office mandates be? Plus, why the changes in the workforce now could be the most significant since the Industrial Revolution. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

From Quiet Quitting to Quiet Firing

Much like its quitting cousin, the trend is having a social media moment. What is it? Is it increasing? 

Back-to-Office Mandates: Followed or Ignored?

As organizations up their requirements for in-office days, many are discovering that such mandates can be hard to enforce.

The Free Pass for CEOs is Over

CEO turnover is at its highest level since 2019, as stakeholders take a less forgiving stance towards underperformance now than they did during the pandemic.

7 Tips for Negotiating Severance Up-front

In this economy, job candidates may be wise to prenegotiate severance packages before accepting a role.

Our Big Reset

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison says that the workplace shifts happening now are arguably the most significant since the Industrial Revolution.