This Week in Leadership (Mar 4 - Mar 10)

Why some CHROs deserve an Oscar. Plus, how to navigate the new tough questions job recruiters are using.

Why some employees are returning to the office only to find no place to work. How to navigate some of the tough new questions job recruiters are asking. Plus, the latest Briefings Podcast examines why some leaders are taking attendance, monitoring keystrokes, and other practices that some feel border on micromanaging. Here are some recent articles by Korn Ferry’s content team on leadership-related news. 

A 4-Day Workweek… Maybe?

Half of UK firms testing the shorter week say they will make it permanent. Still, skeptics say innovation and training could suffer.

And the Oscar Goes to: The CHRO!

There’s a new Academy Award—for casting. HR executives say it’s about time.

Briefings Podcast: A New Era of Micromanagement

With firms moving to track attendance and even sick days, two experts explain why leaders and workers are so far apart.

6 Grueling Job-Interview Questions To Get Through

Recruiters Recruiters are creating new quandaries for candidates as well as with using some old standbys more frequently. How to prepare for them. . 

Perform & Transform

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison explains why the old ways of leading aren’t enough to drive future success.

A Change in Perception?

With International Women’s Day approaching, a Korn Ferry analysis finds four in ten women think firms still aren’t recruiting and developing them well enough for leadership roles.