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first_imgRelatedJamaica Diaspora UK Office Up and Running RelatedJamaica Diaspora UK Office Up and Running FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The new Jamaica Diaspora United Kingdom (UK) office, based at the Jamaican High Commission complex in London, is now up and running, with new telephone numbers and e-mail address.Advisory Board Member in the UK, Celia Grandison Markey, told JIS News that the UK Diaspora movement is pleased that the Group has taken another step forward. She says the office will give the organisation a physical base and a point of contact that will make its administrative, community and outreach work much easier.“The office is a sign of the progress we have made since our launch. The office means that the Jamaican and wider UK community will now have a central contact point with the Jamaica Diaspora UK. It will also allow us to be better able to communicate more effectively with our regions, the wider Jamaican and host communities,” Mrs. Grandison Markey said.The UK Diaspora group was officially launched in June 2005, and was born out of the mandate of the first Jamaica Diaspora Conference, held in Kingston, in 2004. It is comprised of six regional groups from across the UK and held its first UK conference in April, 2006.Contact details of the Jamaica Diaspora UK are: c/o The Jamaican High Commission, 1-2 Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BZ. The telephone numbers are: 020 7225 1796, Mobile: 076 3157 2045, e-mail: [email protected] Jamaica Diaspora UK Office Up and Running UncategorizedJanuary 9, 2009center_img RelatedJamaica Diaspora UK Office Up and Running Advertisementslast_img read more

first_imgCost of Leader (CL)= Salary and perks/CTC that has all the other bonus/perks, etcLosses due to Leadership= L COPL = 2+.2/3+.2= 2.2/3.2=.6875*100=68.75%The criteria are COPL is < 10%= Good10% to 20%= Alarming>20%= Dangerous For example, let us assume CL= 2 crL=.2 crTC= 3 crLNL=.2 cr COPL: Cost of Poor LeadershipAs we know, leadership is nothing but leading from the front to achieve the objectives, not pushing from the back as some so-called corporate leaders do. In this article, let’s discuss the cost of poor leadership. The consequences of poor leadership always carried forward too many years. Therefore, organizations need to be more careful in choosing a leader. Dear readers, before analyzing the COPL let’s brief about what is poor leadership. You might have seen many articles on Good  leadership, excellent leadership so on and so forth.What is poor leadership?Poor leadership is defined as the kind of leadership style/intent/actions that are deviating the organization from the direction and path towards achieving the business goals/mission/visionPoor leadership as everyone knows is detrimental to the organization. If you find the following symptoms, then you can conclude that the organization is suffering from poor leadership.The organization is not able to achieve the target for more than three years continuouslyMore hierarchiesNo accountability among the leadership teamNo conviction about the business goalsCommunication breaks downNo integrityA recent survey in the UK says that more than one-third of UK employees are leaving the organization due to poor leadership £Though everyone talks about this there is no formula for calculating the cost of poor leadership. I have come across a story about writing off a big acquisition done earlier by the leadership of an organization. The amount of the acquisition was billions of dollars. It was a wrong decision by the management and they closed it silently. Like this there are many decisions made by the leadership that played havoc to the entire organization. Many of us know, CTC-Cost to Company, COPQ-Cost of Poor Quality,  whereas we may not know the COPL-Cost of Poor Leadership. Through this article I am trying to find a way to calculate the COPL. I am not claiming that this is the only way of calculating the COPL, yet, this could be evolved to be a matured way of calculating the COPL in the future The disadvantage is that this person may be perceived as authoritarian by others Total Costs = TCLosses not due to Leadership= LNL II.     The Manager:This type of leader is not leading from the front, rather they push from the back. They simply manage the status-quo. Highly conservative and not taking any risks. Tries to be amicable to all. These manager-leaders will succeed in a monopoly organization where the business orders are coming consistently without much effort by the leadership. In the current world these types of manager-leaders cannot survive as there are stiff competition prevails in the market. An organization that is aiming at growing faster should not have manager-leaders as they will spoil the organization’s culture.III.   The ClerkThis is the worst type of leadership style. These clerk-leaders will only execute the orders. He will not make any big decisions nor will he take risks. The victims are the high performers who will suffer under this leadership as they may not get any rewards for their hard work, whereas the low performers and the coterie will have heydays under this leadership as they can simply survive without doing any work. Imagine, the destiny of any organization that has clerk-leader as their CEO.COPL applies to all the above leadership styles.  Therefore, COPL will consider the parameters such as attrition also.Decision making is also a parameter in this COPL as a wrong decision is costly so as not making a timely decision also costly Author:The author of this article has vast experience in HR Process implementation and HR data analytics and was instrumental in implementing the PCMM in Top Tier organizations across the globe.Pazhanikumar RManaging Director,Izaaki ConsultingYou can send your feedback to [email protected] If the leadership is collective, then collect all the individual data together and arrive at COPLIt is better to find the COPL every three to five years as the leadership needs that much time to see the impact of their policies on revenue This COPL is a complex one and not so easy to calculate as there are multiple factors involved and it is a long-term exercise, a minimum of three years required to judge a leader. As we know, sometimes the policy enacted by the leader will fructify only after some years. Therefore, we need to be more cautious about this. However, if we do it then this can quantify the cost of the poor leadership and any decision taken based on this will be fact-based not opinion-based.Before moving to the calculation of COPL, let’s look into three types of Leaders1.       The King2.       The Manager3.       The clerk I.     The King:This is a leadership category where the person will control every aspect of the organization. He/she is a visionary. The gain/loss may be very high. He/she has full authority of all the facts and figures of the organization in his/her fingertips. They know the details of every employee of their needs and capabilities. This type of leadership will be successful if most of the people in the organization support them. There should be more authorities given to this leader by the Board of DirectorsThe advantages of this leadership are1.       Quick Decision making2.       Trustable3.        Leading from the front Now let’s look at the factors that impact the COPL below:The cost incurred due to wrong policy/conceptsThe cost incurred due to not implementing the right policy/processThe cost incurred due to not implementing the AutomationThe cost incurred due to attrition because of the policy/process/style of leadershipThe cost incurred due to communication failureThe cost incurred due to the delay in making a decisionThese costs can be collected in terms of money/effort. All these above parameters can be called as LCollect the data of total costs in the respective unit/SBU/vertical/enterprise depends upon the COPL for the position that is held by the individualCOPL = (Cost of Leader+ Losses due to the leader)/ Total costs+ Other losses not due to Leadership) *100 I am concluding this article by saying that this is on the conceptual level and is not tested with organizations. Therefore, please be cautious while applying this.  I tried my best to bring leadership activities under the financial scanner. How far this will be useful, only the time will tellThank you for reading, please give your feedback /comments in the respective section here COPL = (CL+L)/(TC+LNL) * 100 £ : https://www.onrec.com/news/statistics-and-trends/more-than-third-of-uk-employees-want-to-leave-their-company-immediatelylast_img read more

first_imgVermont Business Magazine The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is extending the public comment period on the Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for the twelve Vermont segments of Lake Champlain until October 15, 2015. On August 14, 2015, EPA made the phosphorus TMDLs for the Vermont segments of Lake Champlain available for public comment. The comment period was set to expire on September 15, 2015. In response to requests for additional time, EPA is extending the comment period for 30 additional days, until October 15, 2015.  Further information and copies of the Lake Champlain TMDLs may be obtained on-line at http://www.epa.gov/region1/eco/tmdl/lakechamplain.html(link is external) or by requesting a copy from the contact listed below.  Comments may be submitted via the US Mail or by email to the contact listed below.  Copies of the documents listed in the “References” section of the TMDLs may also be obtained from the contact below.  Following the close of the comment period, the EPA Regional Administrator will issue a final decision and transmit the final TMDLs to the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation.    For further information or to submit comments please contact:  Stephen Perkins, Lake Champlain TMDL Project Manager U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1 – New England 5 Post Office Square, Suite 100 Mail Code OEP06-3 Boston, MA 02109-3912 Phone: (617) 918-1501 Email: [email protected]a.gov(link sends e-mail)last_img read more

first_imgVermont Business Magazine The Vermont State Police will hold its Annual Awards Ceremony at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 7, in the House Chamber of the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier. Commissioner of Public Safety Thomas D. Anderson and Col. Matthew T. Birmingham, director of the state police, will honor members of the agency and others for acts of heroism and community service. They also will recognize 22 sworn and two civilian members of the state police who are receiving promotions.“This event provides an opportunity to commemorate and thank the members of our organization, which is built on public service and where everyone is committed to doing their best for their communities every single day,” Birmingham said.After the ceremony, formal photographs with the Vermont State Police Honor Guard and distinguished guests will take place. A reception with light refreshments will follow in the Cedar Creek Room at the Statehouse.Members of the media are invited to attend. Please RSVP to the state police public information officer, Adam Silverman, at [email protected](link sends e-mail). Those covering the ceremony should arrive no later than 9:45 a.m.The following individuals will receive awards and promotions:AwardsCommissioner’s AwardTo be announced at the ceremony.Director’s AwardCapt. Jean-Paul SinclairLifesaving Award ·         Trooper Brandon Gallant: For actions taken March 19, 2018, when he assisted the Department for Children and Families in a home check and helped save a mother who was suffering from a drug overdose.·         Trooper Christopher Loyzelle: For actions taken Jan. 12, 2018, when he responded to a call for assistance regarding a man suffering from a drug overdose.·         Sgt. Paul Ravelin: For actions taken Oct. 20, 2017, when he saved then-Richmond Police Chief Al Buck, who suffered a cardiac event while engaged in a pursuit.Sergeant William Chenard Search and Rescue Award·         New England K9 Search and Rescue: For the organization’s support and assistance to the Vermont State Police in locating lost individuals throughout the state of Vermont.PromotionsMajor·         John MerriganCaptain·         Roger Farmer·         Jeremy Hill·         Kevin LaneLieutenantSteven CooteCasey DaniellJason LetourneauShawn LoanCory LozierRobert LucasDavid WhiteSergeant·         Ashley Barnes·         Drew Cota·         Matthew Hill·         Kevin Hughes·         Jason Johnson·         Eden Neary·         Dustin Robinson·         Derek Rolandini·         Matthew Sweitzer·         Travis ValcourtCorporal·         John BruzziPSAP Emergency Communication SupervisorRyan Rooker·         Nicholas Sheehanlast_img read more

first_imgSt. Thomas University School of Law recently welcomed more than 100 judges, attorneys, legal scholars, alumni, and friends for an event honoring Judge William M. Hoeveler and announcing the selection of St. Thomas University School of Law as the repository for Judge Hoeveler’s judicial papers.The St. Thomas University School of Law’s Alex Hanna Legal Information Center will serve as home to Judge Hoeveler’s case-related documents and correspondence, distinct from the official court record of his cases. The collection includes his personal anecdotes, exchanges with attorneys, and notes that may serve to document Judge Hoeveler’s career and give insight into the process of his judicial deliberation through many of the cases over which he presided. These documents can bring judicial history alive for law students, legal scholars, and the general public in a way that textbooks may not. In addition to the papers, the law school will house memorabilia that include courtroom sketches from the Manuel Noriega trial, the Pontifical Medal Benemerenti bestowed by Pope John Paul II, personal photographs, and even Judge Hoeveler’s famous briefcase.St. Thomas University President Monsignor Franklyn Casale expressed his gratitude that the law library was selected as the repository and spoke of his admiration for Judge Hoeveler and the impact he has had on the law locally and nationally. He noted the papers will join those of the late U.S. District Judge C. Clyde Atkins, which also are housed at St. Thomas University.Dean Alfredo García delivered remarks that highlighted Judge Hoeveler as a “legal giant in the South Florida community who was fair, humble, patient, joyful, deeply religious, and courageous.”García shared details of how Judge Hoeveler conducted himself in what was probably the most high-profile case over which he presided: the Manuel Noriega trial.“The Noriega trial is the prism through which we can view the career of the most respected jurist in South Florida,” Dean García said. “The case was complex. There were more than 250 pretrial pleadings, motions, responses, memorandums, and court orders. The trial lasted a few months. Amidst all of this, Judge Hoeveler demonstrated remarkable patience, legal understanding, and, above all, fairness.”García noted that after the trial, and during Noriega’s sentencing speech, Noriega rebuked the U.S. government but praised Judge Hoeveler.Senior U.S. District Judge Donald Graham presented a brass dedication plaque to Judge Hoeveler on behalf of the judges of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and members of the bar.Hoeveler was born in France in 1922 and attended high school in Havertown, Pennsylvania. He began college at Temple University but left when he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. After the war, he enrolled at Bucknell University. He graduated from Harvard Law School with an LL.B. in 1950 and entered private practice in Miami. He was nominated to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida in 1977 by President Jimmy Carter and assumed senior status in 1991. In addition to the high-profile trial of Noriega, he presided over many of the hearings in the Elián González case. He retired in 2014. Hoeveler papers given to St. Thomas JUDGE WILLIAM HOEVELER, surrounded by U.S. district and magistrate judges. Pictured from the left are Judge Robert L. Dube, Judge Darrin P. Gayles, Judge William C. Turnoff, Judge Alicia M. Otazo-Reyes, Judge Alicia O. Valle, Judge Jonathan Goodman, Judge Paul C. Huck, Judge Patrick A. White, Judge Donald L. Graham, Judge Patricia A. Seitz, Chief Judge Michael K. Moore, Judge A. Jay Cristol, Judge Kenneth A. Marra.Hoeveler papers given to St. Thomascenter_img May 1, 2015 Regular Newslast_img read more

first_imgLSI President Brett Tennar says, “Steve’s success in developing operational strategies that improves the bottom line, builds teamwork, reduces waste and ensures quality product development and distribution checks many of the boxes of what we were looking for in a COO. This, coupled with his career in the Air Force working with highly technical systems and his in-depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management sealed our offer. As our tagline states, our products are Powered by Science. This data driven approach is one reason why our company has grown exponentially as we employ the most advanced technology to product development. I am confident that Steve is the right person to drive operational strategy for our diverse and growing brands.” Advertisement TROY, MI — ArvinMeritor has promoted Donald Polk to the position of vice president and general manager of its Light Vehicle Systems (LVS) business group’s Wheels product line, effective immediately. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Before being named to this new position, Polk was vice president and general manager of the LVS Ride Control product line. Polk began his career with the company as a Wheels sales engineer in 1989. He has held a number of management and leadership positions since then, including service as director of operations for the Wheels business, which is headquartered in Limeira, Brazil, and general manager of Motion Control Systems in Marion, SC. In his new position, Polk will be responsible for the global leadership of the LVS Wheels business, including directing its business strategy; developing and marketing new products; and ensuring optimum product quality and performance from the manufacturing operations. For more information about ArvinMeritor, visit: www.arvinmeritor.com. _______________________________________ Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.,Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI), manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret brand of performance additives and oils, recently announced the expansion of senior leadership. Steve deMoulpied joins LSI as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement DeMoulpied comes to LSI from the Private Client Services practice of Ernst & Young where he managed strategy & operations improvement engagements for privately held client businesses. Some of his prior roles include VP of strategic development, director of strategic initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at OptumHealth, UnitedHealth Group’s health services business, as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at General Electric, where he applied operations improvement principles to customer service, supply chain and product development. A successful entrepreneur, deMoulpied is also the founder of PrestoFresh, a Cleveland-based e-commerce food/grocery business.  With more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries and functional areas, deMoulpied has particular expertise in organizations with complex technical products. Combined, his prior positions have required a spectrum of skills in corporate strategy, operations improvement, product quality, and revenue cycle management. He has an impressive history of utilizing data driven problem solving (Lean Six Sigma) and project management (PMP and CSM) to achieve strategic goals surrounding customer satisfaction, operational efficiency and improved profit.  DeMoulpied has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton in Marketing and International Business. He served six years with the USAF overseeing the development of technology used on fighter aircraft and the E-3 Surveillance aircraft, finishing his career honorably as Captain.last_img read more

first_imgJohn Hughes.It was also Mike Corner’s last game before returning to the “chippy” in the U.K., so a special thanks to him for all the help he’s provided over the past few months.A Flight1st Geoff Cox (15) 43pts2nd Colin Greig (9) 39pts3rd Tony Robbins (13) 38ptsB Flight1st Frank Sharkey (22) 40pts2nd Reg Smart (26) 38pts3rd John Hughes (17) 38ptsNear Pins:  Alan Freeman, Mashi Kaneta and Tony RobbinsWednesday, March 7, Plutuluang W & N – StablefordWe always try to play one of the cheaper courses on public holidays, so today we paid a return visit to the Navy course.  Only 10 die-hard golfers turned up, the remainder preferring to avoid the anticipated chaos of an overcrowded course, delays and associated problems.  In the event, we weren’t surprised to find that there was a shortage of caddies, and a delayed tee off, but the hard-core golfers eventually had a good although slow day.The course was in surprisingly good shape with the greens looking good, but as usual very slow.  Ex-champion John Hughes backed up his claim that he’ll win this month’s Golfer of the Month title by winning on the day, ahead of arch rival Colin Greig.  Gez Williams had a great day on the par 3’s taking three prizes, and also taking 3rd place in the competition, beating Gordon Melia on a count back.1st John Hughes (17) 35pts2nd Colin Greig (9) 34pts3rd Gez Williams (19) 33pts4th Gordon Melia (17) 33ptsNear Pins:  Gez Williams (3) and Ken F.Friday, March 9,The Emerald – StablefordBack to the regular number of 22 golfers today for our visit to the always popular Emerald course.  The day started off very warm, with some of the less acclimatized members struggling on the front nine, but the breeze picked up on the back nine to everyone’s relief.It’s still early days, but John Hughes continued his push for the Golfer of the Month title, beating newcomer Roger Mitchell on a count back after both scored 37 points.  John’s now only 3 points behind last month’s winner Colin Greig, but with Colin facing an impending cut in his handicap, it could be a tight contest.A Flight1st Alan Freeman (3) 36pts2nd Colin Greig (9) 33pts3rd Paul Smith (3) 33ptsB Flight1st John Hughes (17) 37pts2nd Roger Mitchell (20) 37pts3rd Steve K (20) 36ptsNear Pins:  Alan Freeman, Lee Butler, Mashi Kaneta and Tore Eliason.Note:  The Bunker Boys are a PSC affiliated golf society who now play out of the Bowling Green on Soi X-Zyte between Pattaya 3rd Road and Soi Buakhaow.  We play three times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, so if you enjoy a fun day out and a friendly but competitive golf competition why not come and join us.  We meet at the Bowling Green at 9 a.m. and new players with valid handicaps are always welcome.  For more information call Dave on 087 146 9978, email [email protected] Newcomer Frank Sharkey took the honours in the B flight, ahead of Reg Smart, who was making a return after a couple of week’s absence due to illness – welcome back Reg, and we’re now waiting for your mate Peter to recover as well. PSC Bunker Boys @ The Bowling GreenMonday, March 5, Bangpakong – StablefordWe had a good turnout of 22 golfers today for one of our rare visits to the always enjoyable Bangpakong course.  Every time we play this course someone seems to turn in a remarkable score and there was no question who was the star today, as Geoff Cox followed up a modest front nine (16 points), with a stunning back nine, carding 4 birdies, for 27 points and a gross back nine score of 35 to run away with the A flight.last_img read more

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first_img CET If Mourinho accepts, it will double the figure paid to the current coach, Louis van Gaal, who has a salary of 10m pounds (12.6m euros). 26/03/2016 at 18:41 Jose Mourinho will become the best paid manager in the history of Manchester United if he signs for the Premier League club.  Although there’s no official confirmation yet, it’s widely assumed Mourinho will be taking over at the club. El Paid said on March 20 that Mourinho has signed a pre-agreement with the Red Devils. Sport EN According to the English media, the former Chelsea coach will receive 20 million pounds (25.3m euros) per season.last_img read more

first_img More information Leo Messi brings up 700 goals but memory will be bittersweet Upd. at 10:47 RELATED STORIES Remember that Barça have regularly signed players from Liverpool over the last decade. Before Coutinho became the club’s record signing, they had previously signed Luis Suarez and Javier Mascherano directly from the Anfield club, who last week were crowned Premier League champions for the first time in 30 years.  If they did, they would have to pay an additional fee. That clause, as of June 30, has now expired, so if Barça want to sign any of Jurgen Klopp’s players, they can at least try once again. Another window has opened on the transfer market.  La cláusula del contrato de Coutinho que abre nuevas puertas en el mercado al Barcelona More information CEST Meanwhile, another element of the original Coutinho deal has been revealed in England. The Mirror report that Barça and Liverpool made a pact in 2018, when the Brazilian joined Barça for 160 million euros, that the Catalan club would not try and sign and more Liverpool players until 2020.  sport.es Barcelona are still trying to find a club for Philippe Coutinho for next season. For now, they have reached an agreement with Bayern Munich to extend his loan by two months to include the German cup final and the Champions League. Meanwhile, they continue to look for a long-term suitor.  IN SPORT.ES 01/07/2020 Busquets: Dropping these two points gives Madrid big advantagelast_img read more