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How diabetes educators can lead patients to better health
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The rising incidence of diabetes is placing new importance on patient education.


Post-mortem meetings have great intentions, but too often they deliver the wrong "lessons learned."

SmartBrief surveyed its audience of senior executives and business professionals on their travel habits.

The reality is you always have choices. Self leaders recognize the choices they have, including the ultimate choice of walking away.

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9 entrepreneurs offer advice on how to help a top performer when you notice a performance dip.

Our integrity is fragile. It’s only as good as every kept promise. Do what you say you will do, every day -- with colleagues, neighbors, family, and strangers.

SmartPulse -- our weekly nonscientific reader poll in SmartBrief on Leadership -- tracks feedback from more than 210,000 business leaders. How empowered do you feel to make decisions affecting your team?

An executive was harassing women at work. HR brought this to the president. What would he decide?

Not all passion is positive, but when applied correctly, passion is how people and organizations make a difference.


When there’s no time to prepare, how do you formulate your thoughts in the moment so you can be compelling and engaging?


When you decide to stop running and to turn and face your inner demons, you can shift from the driven to the driver of your life.

14 entrepreneurs share advice on how to bust silos and get people talking.


Loss of self-esteem is a loss of dignity and self-respect, and that is a downward spiral that becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Here are five effective ways you can boost your self-esteem.

Will Hartley

An interview with food entrepreneur Will Hartley.