Leadership and Management: SmartBrief Originals
Make your work "work" for you
Make your work "work" for you

Higher-educated people work longer hours, but there's a limit to how much work you can do without burnout.

So good that nobody notices
So good that nobody notices

Too many brands forget about the customer as time goes on. Be more like Disney, instead.

Great leadership occurs in moments of empathy and caring
Great leadership occurs in moments of empathy and caring

When a team and its leader aren't connecting, the way forward starts with the leader's empathy.

Social media posts affect heart health -- and why leaders need to know this
Social media posts affect heart health -- and why leaders need to know this

How we express ourselves on Twitter can literally affect our health, and there's lessons for workplace leaders in that.

What's inclusion mean in practice? And why is compassion so important to its success?

This Is why you need to be authentic in a fake world
This Is why you need to be authentic in a fake world

What does authenticity mean today, and how can we live that way?

Being mindful can make you more generous to your colleagues
Being mindful can make you more generous to your colleagues

Learn about how meditation, mindfulness and a "culture of service" can improve the workplace.

 7 deadly sins of development planning, part 2
 7 deadly sins of development planning, part 2

What if you planned the development of your employees with the same focus and rigor as you do business and strategic planning?

Delegate but don't abdicate
Delegate but don't abdicate

Here are four tips for responsibly delegating a project.

How to protect your company from hijacking malware
How to protect your company from hijacking malware

Since their first appearance in 2013, Randsomware attacks have become increasingly popular. The best defense against these cyberattacks are endpoint protection platforms and disaster recovery plans.