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Will Women Reign in Spain?

The country’s new moves toward gender diversity are starting at the top of the public sector.

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‘The Art of Effective Feedback

Great leaders can empathize with their employees and still have tough conversations about performance with them, says emotional intelligence expert Dan Goleman.

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Women CEOs Speak Podcast: Building a Great Career

The strategies women who aspire to the c-suite should follow (and which pitfalls to avoid). Part three of the series.

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Leadership

‘My Dad Gave Me No Excuses’

As Father's Day approaches, Korn Ferry’s Evelyn Orr offers a rare glimpse into the role fathers played in boosting today’s female CEOs.

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A New Doctor in the House?

Amazon, JPMorgan Chase, and Berkshire...

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What Makes Women CEOs Different?

A landmark Korn Ferry study reveals k...

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The Motivation Solution

A new Korn Ferry white paper on narro...

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Leadership

A Leadership Lesson with Real ‘Teeth’

A Leadership Lesson with Real ‘Teeth’

Experience is often the best teacher for jobs, or canines, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.

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Talent Management

Raises Have Arrived…In the Public Sector

Raises Have Arrived…In the Public Sector

The UK’s National Health Service is the latest public-sector outfit to offer big pay bumps. Will the private sector follow suit?

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Emotional Intelligence

Five Ways to Get Young Recruits to Embrace Emotional Intelligence

Five Ways to Get Young Recruits to Embrace Emotional Intelligence

Developing EI-savvy young workers can help leaders get a jump start on building great teams, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.

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Leadership

Negotiating Chaos at the G7 or Anywhere Else

Negotiating Chaos at the G7 or Anywhere Else

Government heads at the G7 summit are lacking a key element all negotiations need.

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Talent Management

The Ocean’s 8 Guide to Building Teams

The Ocean’s 8 Guide to Building Teams

The No. 1 movie in America hits on an obvious theme—diversity and inclusiveness—but offers others blueprint for success.

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Leadership

The Steve Jobs of Coffee Finishes His Last Cup

The Steve Jobs of Coffee Finishes His Last Cup

Howard Schultz, the legendary Starbucks leader, is leaving. How does any company successfully move forward after its iconic leader departs?

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Leadership

In Spain, Italy: Surviving a Void

In Spain, Italy: Surviving a Void

Two European countries faced turmoil when their leaders departed. How organizations can avoid the same headaches.

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Emotional Intelligence

The Trick to Being “Organizationally Aware.”

The Trick to Being “Organizationally Aware.”

The best leaders develop an uncanny knack reading relationships and following unspoken rules at their own firms, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.

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Talent Management

Dubai’s New Pitch to Talented Foreigners

Dubai’s New Pitch to Talented Foreigners

Facing a looming talent shortage, the UAE remodels its visa rules for skilled expats. Will others follow?

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Emotional Intelligence

A Goldilocks Approach to Talents and Traits

A Goldilocks Approach to Talents and Traits

We all have a natural tendency to put too much effort into the particular ability we’re developing.

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Leadership

Leave the Arrogance Back at School

Leave the Arrogance Back at School

To earn a good reputation at their first jobs, new grads need to leave behind these five things that can be drawbacks in the working world, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.

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Diversity & Inclusion

Starbucks: Beyond Day One of Training

Starbucks: Beyond Day One of Training

Why this week's unconscious bias training at the coffee chain is just the first step in a much longer journey.

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Rewards & Benefits

In Paris, Avoiding the ‘Spider-Man’ Reward

In Paris, Avoiding the ‘Spider-Man’ Reward

A political version of a classic leadership dilemma played out this week: When is a reward for heroic behavior too much?

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Leadership

The Air France Challenge

The Air France Challenge

With changes under way at the airline, the French government tells the company’s future leadership: You’re on your own.

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Talent Management

The Class of 2018: Welcome to the Real World

The Class of 2018: Welcome to the Real World

For new graduates, a ‘favorable’ job market is translating into virtually flat pay hikes from a year ago. Here’s why. 

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional (Not Manual) Labor

Emotional (Not Manual) Labor

Leadership roles may be draining, but savvy chiefs can train themselves to reduce the emotional toll, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.

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Diversity & Inclusion

Women CEOs: Time for More Breakthroughs

Women CEOs: Time for More Breakthroughs

A spate of top female leaders has departed recently. Can organizations better develop a new generation of female chiefs to step in?

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Employee Engagement

What Gets You Up at 4:30 A.M. to Go Work?

What Gets You Up at 4:30 A.M. to Go Work?

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison says money doesn’t actually rank as the top reason people get excited about their jobs.

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Assessment & Succession

Singapore, All In On 4G Succession

Singapore, All In On 4G Succession

The country’s first woman president calls on the next generation of leaders to step up. Should companies think so far ahead too?

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Leadership

Chemistry Firms Seek the Right Leadership Formula

Chemistry Firms Seek the Right Leadership Formula

A good economy is helping organizations now, but the industry needs leaders who know the science and the business sides. A new Korn Ferry report.

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Talent Management

The Incredible Shrinking Career Timeline

The Incredible Shrinking Career Timeline

Forget long-term gigs; recent college grads should be thinking of their careers in 12- to 18-month cycles, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.

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Sports

The $150 Billion Industry That Started This Week

The $150 Billion Industry That Started This Week

A new U.S. Supreme Court ruling is expected to spawn legalized sports gambling across the country. Will leaders from a host of sectors be ready?

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Sports

The World Cup’s Other Stars

The World Cup’s Other Stars

Forget the players. We rate all the rest that matters.

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Leadership

In the UK, a Brawl from Within

In the UK, a Brawl from Within

In her quest to manage Brexit, the prime minister will need the right skills to sway her own team.

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Emotional Intelligence

When Being a Visionary Isn’t Enough

When Being a Visionary Isn’t Enough

Being a far-seeing innovator won’t inspire everyone. The best leaders have multiple styles, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.

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Learning Agility

In Malaysia, Still Leading Strong at 92

In Malaysia, Still Leading Strong at 92

Korn Ferry’s Mike Distefano looks at an election for prime minister that defied the odds—and speaks to adroit acts of leadership.

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Leadership

The $8.5 Trillion Talent Shortage

The $8.5 Trillion Talent Shortage

An extensive new Korn Ferry report finds that by 2030, more than 85 million jobs could go unfilled because there aren’t enough skilled people to take them.

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Talent Management

The Path to High-Level Talent

The Path to High-Level Talent

A new book co-authored by Korn Ferry vice chairman Dennis Carey offers radical solutions for acquiring, managing, and deploying hires who fit today’s new business challenges.

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Leadership

Buffett vs. Musk: Who's Right?

Buffett vs. Musk: Who's Right?

The two leaders trade barbs over their disparate business philosophies. But experts say both approaches are needed to meet market demands.

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