Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Nov. 16, 2020 Looking for a book on leadership to read over break? Here’s a list from CU Boulder’s Center for Leadership.From Charles Gilford IIICaste: The Origins of Our Discontents Author Isabel Wilkerson explores how America today and throughout its history has been shaped by a hidden caste system, a rigid hierarchy of human rankings.The AlchemistAuthor Paulo Coelho tells the story of Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who yearns to travel in search of a worldly treasure as extravagant as any ever found. This is an incredible read for leaders to remind them about the value of the journey.From Ceal BarryThe Smart Take from the Strong: The Basketball Philosophy of Pete CarrilCoach Pete Carril inspired his teams with his own strength of character and drive to win, and he demonstrated time and again how a smart and dedicated team could compete successfully against bigger programs and faster, stronger, more athletic players. From Gordon RiggleThinking, Fast and Slow A highly readable book about how our minds work. Based on his Nobel prize-winning research, author Daniel Kahneman’s tests, puzzles and examples will convince you we’re not as smart as we think or as rationale as we’d like. Read “Thinking, Fast and Slow” and you will never again think about thinking in the same way.Own It: The Power of Women at WorkIn this bestseller, author Sallie Krawcheck, a former executive at both Citigroup and Bank of America, gives advice, strategy and real-life examples of how to succeed in the business world today as a modern womanAbout the Center for LeadershipThe Center for Leadership was established in August 2020 in order to elevate a culture of leadership at CU Boulder. The center is guided by a board of advisors including a former senator, regent emeritus and university president—all are accomplished leaders from diverse backgrounds and experiences. They represent CU Boulder’s investment in shaping tomorrow’s leaders, being an innovative research university and positively impacting humanity.The PushTwo years ago, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson made the first free ascent on El Capitan’s Dawn Wall in Yosemite National Park, a climbing feat marveled at around the world. Caldwell shares the hardships he’s faced and what he learned in the process in his book The Push.From Christy OrrisUnapologetically AmbitiousWhether you are in college or striving to be the next CEO at your company, Shellye Archambeau’s story of how she became CEO of a successful Silicon Valley tech company will give you the tools to accomplish your dreams.From Mark Emery Warnings: Finding Cassandras to Stop CatastrophesAuthors Richard Clarke and R.P. Eddy, both accomplished CEOs and White House National Security Council veterans, tell the story of the future of national security, threatening technologies, the U.S. economy and possibly the fate of civilization.From Alexander BrackenA Passion for LeadershipHaving led change successfully at three monumental organizations—the CIA, Texas A&M University, and the Department of Defense—author Robert Gates offers the ultimate insider’s look at how major bureaus, organizations, and companies can be transformed, which is by turns heartening and inspiring and always instructive. From Major General (R) Bill Mullen, USMCA Higher LoyaltyIn his book, former FBI director James Comey shares his never-before-told experiences from some of the highest-stakes situations of his career in the past two decades of American government, exploring what good, ethical leadership looks like, and how it drives sound decisions. Categories:Mind & BodyCampus Community
Pinterest Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennan Twitter An inquest has been held into the death of an 87 year old man who drowned after leaving Killybegs Community Hospital on January 22nd lastThe coronor stressed that no staff were to blame, because the hospital wasn’t a closed unit, and the patient, Paddy Keeney, had exercised his option to go out.The inquest was told how Mr Keeney went missing from the hospital, and although a search was launched, he was later found drowned.Coroner Dr Diarmuid Hegarty was told at the Donegal town hearing that local CCTV footage showed Mr Keeney levering himself on to a pier wall with his walking stick in Killybegs at 10.59 am, shortly after he disappeared from the hospital.The same footage four minutes later showed that he was gone from the wall.Killybegs Coast Guard lifeboat crew member Damian McIntyre told of joining a search and first fetching the body of a fisherman Michael McIntyre from the water although he wasn’t reported missing.Some hours later they found Mr Keeney’s body in the water at nearby Townasligo, Bruckless.Dr Hegarty said the evidence before him showed that patients had the right of access into and out of the Community Hospital, and there was no implication of neglect of lack of care on anyone’s part.The coroner said that Mr Keeney, who was from Killybegs and was a patient in the hospital for 11 years, had exercised his option to go out.Dr Hegarty added that it appeared as if Mr Keeney certainly knew what he was doing.The jury returned a verdict of suicide Google+ WhatsApp Facebook News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ By News Highland – May 16, 2012 Facebook Previous articleRepresentatives from ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ camps in referendum to attend Ballybofey debateNext articleMan accused of Milford stabbing due in court today News Highland Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Inquest into elderly man’s Killybegs drowning returns verdict of suicide Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Representatives of VanTrust encouraged community members to walk the Meadowbrook property during Tuesday’s open house to help spark ideas for the development.Representatives of VanTrust, Prairie Village and Johnson County on Tuesday began to fill in the broadstroke outlines of the plan to bring an 88-acre park and mixed-residential development to the Meadowbrook Country Club property with a palette of possibilities.Register to continue
More than two-thirds of law firms would be ‘comfortable’ securing funding from an external investor when Alternative Business Structures are introduced in October, and 30% have already made initial contact with potential investors, according to research released today. A survey of 200 solicitors carried out for the Gazette by law firm referral network Contact Law showed a high level of interest in the opportunities presented by the Legal Services Act among its member firms. Some 65% of solicitors said they would consider doing work with a non-legal brand such as a supermarket that wanted to enter the legal services market. While only 26% said their firm would contemplate being acquired by such a brand, 61% would consider giving away a share of the business to a non-legal investor. In terms of funding, 65% said they were ‘comfortable securing external investment from a non-legal investor’, while 30% said they had made ‘initial contact with non-legal businesses or individuals with regard to investment or collaboration’. While 72% of respondents thought they would be able to continue to exist as a traditional law firm without any financial or marketing connections to non-legal partners, 28% thought they would not. Nearly 80% of respondents said their firm was looking to expand in the future. Contact Law director Dan Watkins said: ‘Eight out of ten firms polled expressed their desire to expand their practices, and almost half said that the new legal structure from October would allow them to secure extra funding. ‘However, although there is definitely significant interest in working with non-legal brands and a willingness to bring in non-legal expertise among law firms, most firms stopped short of considering merging with a non-legal partner.’ He added: ‘What’s apparent from the survey is that although most law firms don’t feel it’s a necessity to have a tie-up with a non-legal partner, and are confident that the very existence of their practices won’t be threatened by the introduction of alternative business structures, they do recognise that it makes complete commercial sense to actually do something and not just sit on their hands.’ Contact law works with 5,000 solicitors throughout the UK.
MANILA – Stallion Laguna FC oustedPhilippine Air Force FC from semifinals contention in the Philippines FootballLeague – Copa Paulino Alcantara via a 2-1 victory at the Aboitiz Pitch in Lipa,Batangas. Nathaniel Alquiros converted thego-ahead penalty kick at the 85th minute as Stallion Laguna tied Kaya FutbolClub-Iloilo on top of the three-team Group B with three points. An 18th minute conversion from JimAshley Flores was more than enough for Mendiola; it tied the Philippines U-22team at second place of the four-team Group A with three points. The Airmen bowed out of semifinalscontention; this is its second defeat following a 5-0 loss to the Ilonggos atthe start of the Cup tournament on Saturday. Three-time League championsCeres-Negros FC was on top of the group with four points on one victory and adraw./PN Stallion Laguna, however, quicklyresponded with Fitch Arboleda hitting just before the halftime break. Stallion Laguna FC, now with three points, is tied with Kaya Futbol Club-Iloilo on top of the three-team Group B in the 2019 Philippines Football League – Copa Paulino Alcantara. PHOTO FROM STALLION LAGUNA FC FACEBOOK PAGE Philippine Air Force actually drewfirst blood in the match with Alexandro Elnar hitting a long pass by MoundangKoung. In Group A action, Mendiola FC 1991kept its semifinals hopes alive following a 1-0 escape over thealready-eliminated Green Archers United FC.
Ireland hosts two international competitions this weekend Ireland plays host to two home international competitions this weekend. At Millstreet (IRL), international competition moves to the discipline of eventing with action kicking off tomorrow (Thursday) at the County Cork venue. In County Kilkenny, Ireland will also host an international carriage driving event at Cuffesgrange (IRL).Team Ireland Equestrian’s showjumpers compete at Valence (FRA), Vancouver Langley British Columbia (CAN), Zandhoven (BEL), Wiener Neustadt (AUT), Lastrup (GER), Rockwood Ontario (CAN), Auvers (FRA) and Ciekocinko (POL). Elsewhere in eventing, Ireland will be represented at Blair Castle (GBR).All Irish international entries for this week’s shows are now available to view by clicking on the individual shows under ‘FEI Entries & Results’. Live links to results from this week’s shows are also available. Follow your Team Ireland Equestrian riders on the HSI website, Facebook (Team Ireland Equestrian) and Twitter (@TeamIRLEq). Tags: 22 August 2018, 12:02 Home » Disciplines News » Other Disciplines » Carriage driving news » Ireland hosts two international competitions this weekend