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Tips to keep leadership alive and well in uncertain times

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first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Between trying to keep employees safe and healthy, keep business rolling, and offer members support during this trying time, there is no shortage of work needing to be done in this coronavirus pandemic. How can you keep your employees feeling supported and motivated during this time?The short answer: leadership.It may feel like your role as a leader is being challenged, but it is more important than ever to be a guiding light for your staff. Many employees are scared, confused, and worried about what this means for their job – so trying to make yourself available to them and offering some clarity, however you can, can help to provide peace of mind and answers at a time when it is needed most.While you may also be feeling scared and worried, on top of your attention being pulled in different directions, it’s important to work in the time to: 1) proactively communicate to your team and 2) make yourself available to offer direction, answers, and support to each of your staff members.last_img read more

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Sassevaart Consortium to Build New Lock in Terneuzen

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first_imgThe Flemish-Dutch Scheldt Commission (Vlaams-Nederlandse Scheldecommissie) has commissioned the Sassevaart joint venture the contract to construct a new lock at Terneuzen.According to BAM, the contract value is more than €753 million.The Sassevaart joint venture consists of BAM (the Dutch and Belgian sister companies BAM Infra and BAM Contractors), DEME (DEME Infra Marine Contractors B.V. and Dredging International N.V.) and the Belgian contractor Algemene Aannemingen Van Laere N.V.The Terneuzen lock complex connects the Western Scheldt with the Ghent-Terneuzen Canal, which is part of the Rotterdam-Paris inland waterway route and one of the busiest navigated canals in Europe.The new lock will be 427 meters long, 55 meters wide and will have a depth of 16 meters. It will be built within the current lock complex, between the Western and Eastern locks. The existing Middle Lock will therefore be removed.The joint venture will start the enabling works by the end of 2017, and The New Lock is expected to be operational in 2022, reported BAM.The construction period is expected to take 60 months, during which time 300,000 m³ of concrete will be poured, 32,000 tons of reinforcing steel put in place, 10,000 tons of steel used for building the lock gates and bridges and 50,000 ton of steel for piling and steel sheet walls. The construction is followed by a 24 months maintenance period.last_img read more

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Further players join Kaymer chase

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first_img Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton were the only players to break par in Saturday’s third round, matching scores of 67 lifting them into second place on three under par, five shots behind Kaymer. But with the course playing easier on Sunday thanks to watering of the greens overnight and in the morning, three of the first nine players to complete their final rounds shot below 70. England’s Matt Fitzpatrick, the only amateur to make the cut before competing as a professional in next week’s Irish Open, carded a 69, while playing partner and former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen bogeyed the last for a 67. American Daniel Berger went one better with a 66, the 21-year-old covering the back nine in 32 despite a bogey on the 14th to finish seven over par, all the damage done by a third round of 78. Out on the course, former Masters champion Zach Johnson had recorded the first hole-in-one of the week on the ninth, his tee shot pitching well left of the flag but catching a slope and rolling 20 feet into the hole. England’s Ian Poulter had birdied the first and fifth to move to two over par, while American JB Holmes had picked up shots on the same holes to move into the top 10 on one over. The last man to lose a five-shot lead after 54 holes of a US Open was Mike Brady in 1919, but just two of the last nine leaders after three rounds had gone on to win the title – Tiger Woods in 2008 and Rory McIlroy in 2011. Kaymer and Fowler made up the final pairing at 3:25pm local time, with the 34-year-old Compton – who has undergone two heart transplants – alongside Sweden’s Henrik Stenson, who was six off the pace on two under. Stenson would overtake Adam Scott as world number one by claiming his first major title, as long as Scott finished outside the top four. Defending champion Justin Rose had conceded he was playing for second place after starting the day nine shots off the lead, but an eagle from 25 feet on the fifth lifted him to one under par for the tournament. That was seven behind Kaymer after he opened with two pars, while Stenson had joined the group in second on three under with a birdie on the third, where the tee had been brought forward to tempt players into trying to drive the green. Press Associationcenter_img Martin Kaymer soon had extra reasons to be looking anxiously over his shoulder in the final round of the US Open at Pinehurst.last_img read more

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#JaVotes2016: Brown Burke’s presence angers JLP supporters

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first_img The supporters, who gathered outside the Mountain View Primary School after voting, became boisterous and blocked the entrance to the polling station denying Brown Burke entry. Brown Burke was surrounded by a group of police officers as she sought to explain her presence at the polling station. “What she a do inna the constituency, this is not her constituency, she need to leave,” one supporter shouted. Jamaica Labour Party supporters at the Mountain View Primary School in the St Andrew Eastern constituency, are this morning expressing displeasure at the presence of PNP Vice President Angela Brown Burke.last_img

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