Omonia seek first win since February

first_imgThere is little, if any interest in Saturday’s three games in the Cyprus football championship in the seventh round of the playoffs.The two teams at the tail end of the top group, Omonia and AEL, meet at the GSP with neither side seeming capable of improving their current positions.However, Omonia may have an added incentive to get the three points as they remain winless since mid-February.In the bottom group, Nea Salamina face group leaders Doxa Katokopias while Ermis Aradippou are at home to Pafos FC.Omonia v AEL (6pm), Nea Salamina v Doxa (6pm), Ermis Aradippou v Pafos FC (7pm)last_img

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Marawi’s Ground Zero quiets war memories on football field

first_imgMarawi’s young footballers use the pitch to heal traumatic wounds. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTOBACOLOD CITY—There was hardly any hint of disappointment from a team that just lost by a huge margin on a sunny Thursday morning at the start of the 4th Nofa Cup Under-13 tournament at Sta. Maria field here.And considering what this team and its players have gone through the past two years, being here, playing the game that they love in a tournament that has lured some of the top schools and clubs in the country, this was easily a big achievement.ADVERTISEMENT “That was one of our first problems. We wanted to convince the parents and assure them it was safe to let their children play football.”Philippine Sports Commission Chair William “Butch” Ramirez, who graced the opening ceremony of the tournament here, stressed the importance of exposing children to sports to stop the cycle of war.“Peacemaking should start at an early age so it’s very important that they are exposed to sports,” Ramirez said.And perhaps there’s no better team to exemplify that than Team Marawi Ground Zero.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Team Marawi Ground Zero won’t be making headlines with its performances here, but its participation goes beyond what happens on the pitch.“We’re just happy to be here,” coach Esperidion Paran, 48, who started forming this team after the five-month armed conflict in Marawi, Lanao del Sur, said in Filipino.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“Some of the players hardly slept last night because they were so excited to play. This is their first time to be in a big tournament. It’s a really great experience especially after what happened back home [in Marawi].”With the help of Negros Occidental Football Association president Ricky Yanson, Team Marawi secured a sponsor for its participation in the tournament. “As much as we want to help develop our players in the grassroots level, the journey of Team Marawi also shows how powerful football can be in bringing joy and excitement back to the lives of children,” Yanson said.Paran sees the sport as a way to heal the wounds of war particularly for his players, whom he said struggled to get some normalcy in their lives after the Marawi siege.One of his players, Jason Bagundol, lost his father, who was shot as he was caught in the crossfire while on his way to Mindanao State University during the early stages of the conflict.Paran and Bagundol are neighbors in Marawi, but the 12-year-old kid’s family has since relocated to Iligan City following the traumatic incident. Bagundol played in the 9-1 loss to Claret in their tournament opener.“Some of the parents of the players are still afraid to let their children play and interact with other children,” Paran said.ADVERTISEMENT Lady Troopers, Perlas Spikers log victories LATEST STORIES Rio’s unsafe Olympic Park ordered closed by Brazilian judge Taal evacuees make the most of ‘unusual’ clothing donations, leaves online users laughing Solon urges Solgen to reconsider quo warranto petition vs ABS-CBN Deandre Ayton shines as Suns pound Knicks MOST READ NBI, BIR , PNP raid Illegal cigarette factory run by Chinese in Pampanga Olympic rings arrive in host city on barge into Tokyo Bay Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption PLAY LIST 02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award03:05Malakanyang bilib sa Phivolcs | Chona Yu Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 11 nabbed for shabu, drug den busted in Maguindanao View commentslast_img read more

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Senate to Investigate Harry Greaves’ Death

first_imgThe Senior Senator of Bong County, Jewel Howard Taylor, has sent a letter to the Senate requesting that body to authorize its Standing Committee on Defense, Intelligence and Security to call the officials of the security sector and those at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital to investigate and ascertain the cause and circumstances surrounding the death of Mr. Harry A. Greaves Jr. Senator Taylor, who chairs the Senate Committee on Education, noted in her letter dated Feb. 29, that she was constrained “to bring to your attention the death of Harry Greaves, a son of Bong County and a statesman, who died under questionable circumstances.” The Bong County Lawmaker said the rationale for raising the issue was based on what she described as graphic pictures she received of the late Greaves taken during the initial inspection at the JFK Hospital, coupled with the many conflicting claims and counter claims surrounding his death. Madam Taylor said as yet, “no clear information from our government as to the cause of death, which could help us, as citizens of Bong County, deal with this unfortunate loss.” “I am therefore constrained to, on behalf of the citizens of Bong County, respectfully request that the plenary of the Senate authorize its committee on Defense, Intelligence and Security to call the officials of the security sector and officials of the JFK…to investigate and ascertain the cause and circumstances surrounding the death of Honorable Harry Greaves.”In conclusion, she expressed the belief that the intervention from the Senate will aid the process and will give the citizens a clearer picture about the “unfortunate circumstances, which led to the untimely death of Mr. Greaves, and the necessity for government to launch a criminal investigation.” Due to the urgency attached to the letter, it was sent to the Senate Committee on Defense, Intelligence and Security, Health and Judiciary, and must report to plenary within two weeks. The late Greaves served as Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Corporation (LPRC); and prior to his death, headed consortiums that were advocating for greater involvement of the public in Liberia’s quest for cheaper and available supply of electricity and in that sector.A recent autopsy performed by pathologists from the United States points the cause of his death to “drowning,” and there are reports that another pathologist is expected in the country for another autopsy on behalf of the Greaves family. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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BLUES SEASON COMES TO AN END AGAINST NO. 8 RAMS

first_imgThe University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s hockey dropped Game 2, 4-3, to the No. 8 Ryerson Rams Saturday (Feb. 16) night at Varsity Arena.HOW IT HAPPENED: In a back-and-forth affair the Blues forced a turnover, which led to a 2-on-1. Aidan Wallace elected to shoot and he made no mistake to open up the scoring just over six minutes in. The top seeded Rams responded, thanks to Marcus Hinds tipping in a point shot at 17:20. The score remained 1-1 heading into the first intermission.The Blues struck early in the second. During 4-on-4 play, David Thomson forced the turnover that opened up a 2-on-1 again for Toronto. This time Scott Kirton passed it to Thomson and the first-year forward sniped it top corner. Toronto held on to the 2-1 advantage after 40 minutes.MHKY: The Blues are up 2-1 on the @ryersonrams midway through the second period. David Thomson forced the turnover and finished the 2-on-1 a couple seconds later to hand Toronto the lead early in the second! WE ALL #BLEEDBLUE #WeAreTO pic.twitter.com/1MP6JllLsE— U of T Varsity Blues (@Varsity_Blues) February 17, 2019 The lead did not last long after the break. Only 53 seconds in, Matt Mistele notched the tying goal. Later on off a draw, Mathew Santos scored to hand the Rams their first lead of the night, 3-2, at 8:37 in the third.Still down by one with just over a minute left in the game, the Blues pulled the goalie and had a 6-on-4 but Hayden McCool scored the empty netter to make it 4-2. Evan MacEachern potted in a powerplay goal in the final minute, but Toronto couldn’t tie it up.First-year goalie Alex Bishop made 25 saves in a losing effort.For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Nine-try All Blacks crush Canada 63-0

first_imgBrad Weber, back in the All Blacks after being sidelined for four years, was the inspiration the defending champions needed to set their second half alight.The quick-thinking Weber, coming on as a replacement at the start of the second half, scored two tries himself and was instrumental in the other three.In a messy first half, where the clammy conditions inside the roofed Oita Stadium contributed to multiple handling errors, the All Blacks only led 28-0 at half-time.But with Weber dictating the flow they doubled that score in a frenetic opening 10 minutes of the second half with four rapid tries.They only scored one more as the energy-sapping conditions took their toll, but it was enough to post the highest score in this World Cup so far.However, the All Blacks finished short of the 79-15 scoreline when they last played Canada at the 2011 World Cup.The try-scoring Barrett brothers made history as the first sibling trio to start a World Cup match for the All Blacks, and history was also made late in the second half when Ardie Savea, who is battling vision problems, became the tournament’s first player to wear protective goggles.The New Zealanders, wearing black arm bands as a mark of respect for former All Blacks lock Stan ‘Tiny’ Hill, who died aged 92 just a few hours before kick off, needed only four minutes to get their first points on the board.They were awarded a penalty try when Canada scrum-half Gordon McRorie dived into a scrum to prevent a pushover try.Jordie Barrett latched on to a Richie Mo’unga cross-kick for the second try, and Sonny Bill Williams added the third with a simple dummy and sidestep for 21-0 lead after 16 minutes.Canada had the crowd on their feet when a McRorie intercept put fly-half Peter Nelson in the clear, but he was cut down just short of the line by Beauden Barrett.The plucky Canadians also turned down the chance of three easy points by electing for a lineout rather than a shot at goal when All Blacks skipper Kieran Read was penalised for a no-arms tackle.It took until just before the break for the All Blacks to secure their four-try bonus point when Beauden Barrett snapped up a Williams grubber kick to cross near the posts.Rieko Ioane, who has been in a form slump, needed only 43 seconds to open the second half scoring.Scott Barrett, who spilled the ball when diving for the line in the first half, made no mistake when given a second opportunity before Shannon Frizell and Weber’s double closed out the scoring.0Shares0000(Visited 15 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Beauden Barrett, playing alongside his two brothers, scored his 34th try for New ZealandOITA, Japan, Oct 2 – Two-time defending champions New Zealand ran nine tries past Canada in a 63-0 romp to strengthen their grip on Pool B at the Rugby World Cup on Wednesday.All three Barrett brothers — Jordie, Beauden and Scott — scored tries as the All Blacks totted up four before half-time and added another five in the second period.last_img read more

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2 journalists die in clash

first_img“They had arrived, got out of the car and started taking pictures, and people gathered,” Sahib said. “It looked like the American helicopters were firing against any gathering in the area, because when I got out of my car and started taking pictures, people gathered and an American helicopter fired a few rounds, but they hit the houses nearby and we ran for cover.” The American military said in a statement late Thursday that 11 people had been killed: nine insurgents and two civilians. According to the statement, American troops were conducting a raid when they were hit by small-arms fire and rocket-propelled grenades. The American troops called in reinforcements and attack helicopters. In the ensuing fight, the statement said, the two Reuters employees and nine insurgents were killed. “There is no question that coalition forces were clearly engaged in combat operations against a hostile force,” said Lt. Col. Scott Bleichwehl, a spokesman for the multinational forces in Baghdad. The military command offered condolences to the families of the civilians who were killed during the combat action, the statement said. Officials at the Interior Ministry and at a Baghdad bank drastically revised their account of a large robbery at the Dar Es Salaam bank Wednesday, saying that there had been confusion about how much of the stolen money was Iraqi dinars and how much was dollars. The robbers made off with 282 million Iraqi dinars, about $225,000, and 366,000 American dollars, making it a far smaller operation than it had appeared to be Wednesday when the police reported that $282 million had been stolen. In Baghdad, violence racked the southern neighborhood of Saydiya, where the police picked up 17 of the 28 bodies found in the capital Thursday. The neighborhood has become a battleground over the past several months, with Sunni Arab extremists controlling many of its streets and killing people who refuse to help them. BAGHDAD, Iraq – Clashes in a southeastern neighborhood here between the American military and Shiite militias Thursday left at least 16 people dead, including two Reuters journalists who had driven to the area to cover the turbulence, according to an official at the Interior Ministry. The two Reuters staff members, both of them Iraqis, were killed when troops on an American helicopter shot into the area where the two had just gotten out of their car, said witnesses who spoke to an Agence France-Presse photographer who arrived at the scene shortly after their bodies were taken away. The Reuters employees were Namir Noor-Eldeen, 22, a photographer, and Saeed Chmagh, 40, a driver. “When we reached the spot where Namir was killed, the people told us that two journalists had been killed in an air attack an hour earlier,” said Ahmad Sahib, the Agence France-Presse photographer, who had been traveling in a car several blocks behind Noor-Eldeen but was delayed by the chaos in the area. He said he was in touch with Noor-Eldeen by cell phone until his colleague was killed. Shiite Mahdi Army militiamen allied with the anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr have been attacking the area as well, residents said. They described sometimes arriving home after work and being unable to approach their front doors because of gunfights in the streets. A suicide bomber attacked a wedding in Tal Afar, a town 30 miles north of Mosul, killing four people and wounding six, said Brig. Gen. Mohamed al-Wakaa of the Mosul police. The groom was an Iraqi policeman. A car bomb targeting a police patrol in central Mosul killed one policeman and wounded eight, Wakaa said. And in central Iraq, gunmen opened fire on a police checkpoint on the road near Samarra, killing four policemen and two Iraqi soldiers. In Diwaniya in southern Iraq, American helicopters fired on six men burying a roadside bomb, killing five of them, said Maj. Marc Young, a spokesman for the Multinational Force-Iraq.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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TRANSFER ALERT! Liverpool leading chase for Ligue 1 star

first_imgLiverpool are in pole position to lure Thomas Lemar away from Monaco this summer, according to reports in France.The French winger has been scouted regularly by the Merseysiders this season, while Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid are also admirers.Lemar only joined Monaco from Ligue 1 minnows Caen last summer but made an immediate impact upon his arrival, scoring three goals in his first six games.The 20-year-old has gone on to make 30 appearances for Leonardo Jardim’s side this term, although he has been demoted to the bench for the club’s last four games.That has sparked speculation that Lemar could be on the move again this summer, with L’Equipe suggesting Liverpool are leading the chase for him. Thomas Lemar celebrates scoring for Monaco 1last_img

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Davis, Brulte show students how budget is (un)balanced

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2And after they voted on various policy issues he told them: “I’m very impressed with the choices you made and I’m going to recommend that we disband Parliament, tell the governor to make movies and give all the power to North Hollywood High. “You were more responsible actually than were in Sacramento.” The interactive program, created a year ago by the nonprofit, nonpartisan Next Ten organization, is aimed at promoting “participatory democracy,” founder F. Noel Perry said. The idea is to empower the people by engaging them in politics in order to improve the future economy and quality of life in California, Perry said. “There’s a limited amount of money and tough choices to be made, and our goal is to get as many Californians as possible involved in understanding and thinking about the choices, so they can be participants in shaping the vision and future of the state of California,” Perry said. NORTH HOLLYWOOD – If it was up to North Hollywood High’s AP Government students to draft the state budget, they’d increase education spending by $2.5 billion, keep college tuition at current levels, retain the “three strikes” law and add $2.60 a pack to the cigarette tax. They’d also leave the state with a $2 billion deficit. As the Legislature and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger grapple with the real budget, North Hollywood High’s students took a crack Monday at creating their own financial plan in an interactive forum with former Gov. Gray Davis and former Senate Republican leader Jim Brulte. “I wouldn’t be surprised if you made better choices here than we made in Sacramento,” Davis cracked before the students voted. And putting students in a position of control – albeit an imaginary one – did seem to empower them and encourage them to participate in civic life. “I was really surprised at the fact that issues we dealt with voting in the class are issues people in Sacramento are dealing with – that people don’t vote there,” 17-year-old senior Carlos De Santiago said, referring to the fact that not all 35 students voted on every issue. The absence of full participation prompted Brulte to say it was just like Sacramento where “some legislators just refuse to make a call.” “It makes you want to voice your opinion because not a lot of people are doing that right now,” De Santiago said. Brulte was encouraged to see that many of the votes were close. “Like the Legislature itself, the class was divided on most of the choices and that reflects serious thought,” he said. Davis, who was recalled as governor in 2003, now practices law at the Los Angeles firm Loeb & Loeb, but remains active in educating students about public policy, even taking part in a lecture series at UCLA with Brulte. Davis even made a crack about his controversial decision to reinstate the Vehicle License Fee – a move that contributed to his political downfall. “Don’t take back something you’ve given to people,” he said. “Once you’ve given it to them go on to the next issue.” Davis said the current Legislature has faced some challenges in passing this year’s budget. “Proposing a budget is not unlike going to an all-you-can-eat buffet. Everything looks great, but if you eat all of it you will die. “It requires choices and discipline and the students exhibited both,” Davis said. naush.boghossian@dailynews.com (818) 713-3722160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Some Arsenal fans ‘wave goodbye’ to top four finish

first_img Getty no dice Ainsley Maitland-Niles was sent off against Leicester City in the first half of the match at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.Some Arsenal fans were left fearing they will finish outside the top four this season following the red card. Getty huge blow Michael Oliver shows Ainsley Maitland-Niles a red card Maitland-Niles gets a second yellow after being given his first for a run-of-the-mill shoulder charge. Standard shocking display from Michael Oliver. #LEIARS— Zak (@ZakBaldwin) April 28, 2019 He was booked early on in the match for a foul on Ben Chilwell and then got a second booking after 36 minutes for a tackle on James Maddison.Here is how some Arsenal fans reacted on Twitter to the sending off. Well, there goes top 4…— ▪♠▫ (@kishvix) April 28, 2019Not all Arsenal fans blamed Maitland-Niles for the card, though, as some felt referee Michael Oliver should not have produced the second yellow. The Gunners, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United are all battling it out for third and fourth position in the Premier League.All four sides have slipped up in recent weeks with none seeming to make the most of the opportunities to grab Champions League football for next season. Arsenal can temporarily go fourth with a draw or a win until Chelsea face United later in the day.Unai Emery’s task of trying to get all three points at Leicester was made all the more difficult by Maitland-Niles’ red. Maitland-Niles sent off. This should never have been his second yellow in the first place but that’s just so thick.— 1886 (@1886_blog) April 28, 2019 2 ADVICE REVEALED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move BEST OF Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars center_img LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS REPLY REVEALED Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Now the cheap first yellow for Maitland-Niles feels all the more annoying— Erik Wallin (@Goonerik) April 28, 2019 shining We’re rubbish and don’t deserve to finish top 4.— Sunny (@Sunny6519) April 28, 2019 FFS MAITLAND NILES sent off ,were stuffed!— KingJayZim (@KingJayZim) April 28, 2019 Ainsley Maitland-Niles shouldn’t be an Arsenal player. He’s trash. #AFC #Arsenal #LEIARS— Alex Batt (@AlexBatt) April 28, 2019 Goodbye top 4— Fizzy (@TheRealFizzybig) April 28, 2019 Michael Oliver ladies and gentlemen…— Mav (@Mav_62) April 28, 2019 Red card for Maitland Niles and we done! No Champions league football for us now— EFF ❎ (@Who_is_Odwa) April 28, 2019 MAITLAND NILES OFF HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA GOODBYE TOP 4— SG (@seangooner) April 28, 2019 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 2 Of course micheal oliver will send on of our players of it wasn’t a card— Amber (@Amber50790076) April 28, 2019 Maitland-Niles sent off, Champions League gone.— Will 🦅 (@willkay49) April 28, 2019 Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Maitland-Niles leaves the pitch after being sent off last_img read more

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Rousing the Remarkable: 9 Ways to Influence Extraordinary Actions (Even in Your Absence)

first_imgSheila from the Radisson Indianapolis Airport Hotel It was 3 a.m. when I called the front desk at the Radisson Indianapolis Hotel to beg for ointment for a wound. Sheila answered the phone but had nothing to offer, “I’m sorry sweetie. We only have Band-Aids down here.” Petulantly, I declared that I would have to find a 24-hour pharmacy. Quickly recognizing my excruciating pain, Sheila said, “Let me call the hotel across the street and see if they have anything.” She phoned me right back and said, “Good news! They have ointment. I’m going to get it for you.” My grouchiness instantly disappeared. I was struck by her generosity. After enlisting a colleague to cover the desk, Sheila ran across the street to retrieve medicine. I met her in the lobby where she handed me three packets of ointment and a lot of sympathy as she examined my injury. I have never been so grateful. Because of Sheila, the pain subsided allowing me to finally sleep and saving my entire business meeting that day. Not in any training or employee manual We can assume that nowhere in the Radisson employee handbook or in Sheila’s job description will we find anything about calling another hotel to find medicine for a guest. I also doubt that her manager trained Sheila to deal with that precise situation. On top of which, her manager was likely in a deep sleep at 3 a.m. and unable to instruct Sheila on exactly what to do. So why did Sheila take extraordinary action to help a guest when no one told her, trained her, or instructed her to do so specifically? Initiative. A dearth of initiative Sheila’s initiative saved my night. It was her inventiveness in the moment that made all the difference. But doesn’t her remarkable act sound like an anomaly, not the norm? If we are so starved for initiative, why don’t more people generate it? We have only ourselves to blame As leaders we have put the fear of unemployment in our people’s hearts and minds. We have paralyzed them with rules, regulations, handbooks, and policies. We have told them not to think for themselves. And as a result, they don’t. They wait for instruction, color in the lines, stifle their ideas, and resort to, “That’s not my job.” Here’s the good news! Every leader has the opportunity to shift this imbalance. To support company policies, but encourage flexibility. To follow rules, but not strangle innovation. To ensure jobs are executed, but cheer for originality. To allow people to make their work matter but withdraw threats of punishment. How can we fuel initiative in all of our people? 9 Ways to Drive Initiative and Rouse the Remarkable 1. Inspire it. A battle cry is always more action-inducing than a mission statement. A battle cry is our own declaration of how we make a difference with our work. I can only imagine Sheila’s team has a battle cry that sounds something like, “Make every guest feel like they are a guest in our own homes.” 2. Model it. Social cognitive theory argues that people are watching your actions and reactions to shape their own. They are influenced by what they observe and remember about how you, their leader, act and react in every situation. So model the actions you want to see. 3. Catch it. Catch people being great. Acknowledge them for making a difference in the battle cry and in every day actions. Do this and you’re guaranteed to get an encore. 4. Applaud it. I wrote a letter to Stephen Wright, general manager at the Radisson Indianapolis Hotel. I gushed about Sheila and acknowledged his leadership for allowing her to be a great team member. I expect Stephen Wright to turn around and applaud Sheila similarly. 5. Spotlight it. I posted a rave review on Hotels.com. Sheila’s boss has an opportunity to shine the spotlight on Sheila for the world to see. Similarly, AMC Theaters in the N.J. Monmouth Mall posts a plaque that highlights the “Difference Maker of the Month.” That spotlight shines even a bit brighter than merely “Employee of the Month.” 6. Discuss it. Engage in conversations with your team about how to execute on a battle cry. Discuss simple but remarkable, Sheila-like ways to make a difference in that battle. On my team we regularly talk about how to make the people we work with (clients and vendors) feel important, even in routine emails. 7. Identify it.last_img read more

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