Getting fired can be good for you—if you follow these 3 tips (Monday, Nov. 5)
Getting fired doesn't always ruin leaders' career prospects, and for some executives, it can make them stronger candidates, according to a recent study. In Harvard Business Review, Elena Lytkina Botelho and her colleagues share three ways candidates can use the "worst-case scenario" career setback to boost their careers.
Still struggling with the end of daylight saving time? Here are 5 ways to reset your brain. (Tuesday, Nov. 6)
Daylight saving time "can influence our health in unexpected ways," Allison Aubrey reports for NPR's "Shots." But according to experts, there are five steps you can take to help your body adjust after "falling back."
The 5 key health care takeaways from Tuesday's elections (Wednesday, Nov. 7) In Tuesday's midterm elections, Republicans expanded their Senate majority but lost control of the House—likely meaning that the GOP effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act is "dead in its tracks," and giving Democrats new leverage to scrutinize President Trump's health policy choices. Advisory Board's Yulan Egan outlines the key takeaways for health care leaders.
Leapfrog grades 2,650 hospitals from 'A' to 'F.' How did yours fare? (Thursday, Nov. 8)
The Leapfrog Group on Thursday released its Fall Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, rating over 2,600 hospitals from "A" to "F."
Your 6-step plan to become a better public speaker (Friday, Nov. 9)
Glossophobia—the fear of public speaking—is one of the most common, and intense, fears people experience, and if left unaddressed, it can be professionally debilitating and organizationally harmful. Advisory Board's Craig Pirner offers six strategies honed over many years to help you nail your next presentation.