What do firms do when their iconic boss leaves? Has sexusal harassment training at work fallen behind the times? What can be done when executives don't trust one another? Answers to those and more in Korn Ferry's latest take on recent events.
Departing chair Howard Schultz built Starbucks’ empire. How does any firm move forward after losing its iconic leader?
Seven in ten companies have it, but critics say this key form of prevention hasn’t changed much in decades.
When tensions are high, leaders must make building trust the only priority.
The best managers develop an uncanny knack for reading relationships and following their firms’ unspoken rules, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.
Watch out for bummer colleagues, a bad boss, and free lunch if you have a new gig, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.
Two European countries faced turmoil when their leaders departed. How organizations can avoid the same headaches.