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How to hold a great virtual meeting

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jeff Rendel Jeff Rendel, Certified Speaking Professional, and President of Rising Above Enterprises works with credit unions that want elite results in sales, service, and strategy. Each year, he addresses and facilitates … Web: www.risingaboveenterprises.com Details Face-to-face, in-person meetings carry a lot of value – teamwork, networking, and catching up – but, sometimes, virtual meetings are timelier and more convenient, if not downright necessary. Like a live meeting, virtual meetings take just as much preparation – and a little more patience – to ensure success. Here are ten tips to help assure your next virtual meeting (Slack, WebEx, Zoom, etc.) is as productive as having the entire team onsite.Assign a facilitator. If kept unchecked, virtual meetings can get a little out of hand (distance, buffering, over-talking, etc.). Task the facilitator with keeping the meeting on track and managing appropriate involvement (and, respect your request of the facilitator, too).Work from an agenda. Send an agenda to all – well-ahead of time – and work from it. Expect that participants come prepared with comments or questions for dialogue.Come prepared to contribute. This requires all to pre-read, conduct due diligence, and plan to participate. This helps create strong ideas and solutions during the meeting, rather than a lot of “Let me get back to you” remarks.Use a call-in number. Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is contemporary; but, occasionally Internet audio lacks good quality. A dial-in number is dedicated to audio; but, be mindful of too many speaking at the same time (mobile call-ins tend to cut other lines off).Turn the video feature “On.” It’s a fantastic way to make everyone feel that they are in the same room. Plus, being on camera compels engagement (which is what you need from any meeting).Eliminate distractions. Sign off email, close your web browser, shut your door, and put the cat in another room (seriously; email me if you want to hear the story). Any distraction lessens your attention and diminishes your focus for the meeting.Involve everyone. While not all will equally contribute, hearing from each is vital. As facilitator, go “around the room” several times to make sure everyone can take part.Use the “Raise Hand” feature. In person facilitation is straightforward; one can manage the flow of conversation by being present. When many are part of the discussion, raise your virtual hand so the facilitator knows you have some feedback.Use visuals. While it’s good to see everyone on screen, it’s equally nice to see the highlights of the conversation. Use the notetaking and screen sharing features of your video conferencing platform.Keep meetings to one hour. Attention spans begin to wane, and effectiveness can dip: more reason for a good agenda. If extra time is needed, take a 30-minute break to think about solutions offered and return with a focus on results.Virtual meeting technology allows communication between teams at a distance to be more routine. Success during these meetings asks that we respect time and be present. Commitment to both helps organizations and professionals meet and move forward, regardless of location.last_img read more

Kida Upbeat about D’Tigress Chances at the World Cup

first_imgThe President of the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF), Ahmadu Musa Kida strongly believes that the country’s women’s senior team will fly Nigeria’s flag high and give a good representation for Africa when the 2018 World Cup tips off in Spain.Kida said the present players currently in camp in Lagos are the best set of players that are available to Nigeria across the world.Speaking yesterday which marked exactly one year D’Tigress won the 2017 Afrobasket Championship in Mali to qualify for the World Cup in Spain, the NBBF president said he was hopeful of a good performance. He said despite the 2017 set going on an eight-game unbeaten run to clinch the Afrobasket title after 13 years of endless wait, the present set of players are an upgrade of the 2017 class.“I think this is one of the best women’s team that we have, going to such a tournament and I am also very hopeful and quite encouraged by what I have seen them do.”He assured stakeholders that the federation will work closely with the technical crew of the team to ensure that the best players are picked from the pool available, to represent the country at the World Cup.Kida restated the NBBF’s commitment to giving all the support necessary to the team to put up an excellent show when the World Cup begins on Saturday, 22nd of September in Tenerife, Spain.“My commitment to the country and basketball stakeholders is that we are going to put up a very excellent show, so let the game begin,” he concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Premier League set to use VAR from next season

first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | The Premier League is set to use the Video Assistant Referee system from next season after clubs “agreed in principle” to the move on Thursday.During a meeting attended by key members of all 20 Premier League clubs, officials were presented with an update on the non-live VAR trials taking place.They were also given “key learnings” from VAR’s use in the FA Cup and League Cup this season.VAR was used at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where 335 incidents were checked by VAR officials, and is already underway in some other European leagues.A formal Premier League request will now be made to the International Football Association Board and FIFA, the world governing body.A statement from the Premier League said its testing programme would continue for the rest of the season, “with a continued emphasis on those Saturday afternoons which have several matches being played concurrently”.How VAR decisions are communicated to fans in the stadium will be addressed, with the development of a “clear protocol” to be established.– Praise –Former Premier League referee Mark Halsey praised the decision, telling BBC Radio Five Live: “I think it is a good thing. I know a lot of people are against it but we’ve got to embrace it now and move forward.“We’ve seen this season a number of incidences that have been called wrong, especially this weekend when there were a number of goals ruled out when they shouldn’t have been. “I think as long as we get the training and education right, and we get the right personnel, that’s the most important thing for me.“The referees will still want to go out and get the key match decisions right, it’s very important that referees are not hiding behind the VAR. They’re still going to be making these big calls correctly.”In April, Premier League clubs voted against the introduction of VAR for the 2018-19 season.But there have been growing calls from managers and players for VAR to be introduced into the English top-flight for several years.On Saturday, Southampton forward Charlie Austin called for VAR after he was denied a goal for offside against Watford, a decision he called a “joke”.Also last weekend, Slavisa Jokanovic, since sacked as Fulham manager, was furious after Aleksandar Mitrovic was denied a goal by a controversial offside decision, with Liverpool going straight down the other end to take the lead.VAR is used to check goals, penalties — both awarded and not — direct red cards and cases of mistaken identity when a player is wrongly booked or sent off.The referee has the information relayed through his earpiece by the VAR team.For some incidents, he can review the footage on a pitch-side television monitor before deciding whether to change his initial call.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

California High lives up to its lofty expectations

first_img “We had a good week of practice,” Ancich said. “Our kids really wanted this one, and they showed it in their work ethic throughout the week. “Everything we practiced worked out for us in the game. We sort of set the tone early in the game and everything continued from there.” The Condors lines were very impressive. Offensively, key performers included center Steven Curtis, tackle Andrew McLean, Ed Rocha, Adam Garcia and Matt Duda. Defensively, end Albert Zambrano, linebackers Terry Hackney and Trent Howard keyed a group that held the Lancers to two yards total offense and one first down in the first half. Ancich called Dominic Rivera’s 119 yards on 22 carries his “breakout performance.” He’s been struggling a bit of late, but he was very good that night. Matt Navarro, expected to be the Condors’ big gun on the ground, missed the first two games with a hip injury but showed he was coming back against Lawndale in Week 5 and then flashed the form of his former self with 97 yards on just 15 trips against La Serna. California defeated La Serna, 24-7, in their Del Rio League opener Friday night, and in the process, gave evidence of the potential many observers had seen before the season began. The Condors are big up front on both sides of the ball. They have solid running backs and a talented and versatile quarterback that makes everything go. — He may have had a inkling of what lay ahead, but you can never be sure when dealing with high school football players. As it turned out, coach Dusan Ancich’s California High School Condors were everything he expected, and then some. center_img Quarterback Mitch LaVier had no flashy numbers passing the ball, but still was Mr. Everything for the Condors. He had a seven-yard touchdown pass to Howard, kicked a 34-yard field goal and defensively, had a sack and an interception. He also used the pooched kickoff effectively, with La Serna fair catching (no runbacks) his first four kicks. On the fifth, he drove the ball into the end zone for an automatic touchback. La Serna coach Ken La Vigne was gracious in losing. “Obviously, the game didn’t turn out the way we wanted,” LaVigne said. “Their kids were more intense than ours, and they just outplayed us. It’s as simple as that. “We had opportunities to make plays, and didn’t make them. We have to play the game with passion, and we didn’t do it. Cal High controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides, and their running game controlled the clock.” La Serna’s game film wasn’t without players who stood out. LaVigne cited defenders Jacob Gonzalez, Nick Alvarez, Joey Torres and Brian Hernandez. He could have added his son, Clint LaVigne, to the list. “Offensively, Anthony Rivera did some good things, but overall, not a lot of great things happened for us,” LaVigne said. I’m convinced that our kids are better than we showed.” California (4-2, 1-0) plays host to Whittier (1-5, 0-1) this week. La Serna (4-2. 0-1) travels to take on unbeaten Santa Fe (6-0, 1-0). Roger Murray can be reached at (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046, or by e-mail at [email protected] 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

Tributes for actor-writer Matshikiza

first_img17 September 2008Tributes have been pouring in for South African actor, playwright and journalist John Matshikiza, who died after suffering a heart attack in a restaurant in Melville, Johannesburg on Monday night.Art and Culture Minister Pallo Jordan extended his condolences to Matshikiza’s first wife, Dr Tanya Abrahamse, and the entire Matshikiza family, especially his mother Esme, sister Marion and two daughters.He said the 54-year-old Matshikiza’s death was a heart-rending loss for South African arts.“Johnny will be sorely missed for his wit, his sense of humour and his gifts as an actor and a writer,” Jordan said.The son of the late Drum writer Todd Matshikiza was born in Johannesburg but grew up in exile in Lusaka and London, living at various times in the US, Netherlands and a number of African countries.He returned in South Africa in 1991 and worked in theatre, film and television.An impressive actor, Matshikiza was recruited by Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company. Serving his stage apprenticeship among the UK’s leading young actors and directors, he became a well-known figure in theatre circles in Britain.He was also cast as Walter Sisulu in Danny Glover’s movie Mandela in 1985 and found intermittent work in radio, television and on the stage during those years.The Memory Programme Manager at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Verne Harris, said Matshikiza was a friend of the Foundation who supported its work and would often offer advice as well as criticism.“John’s words will live on in his written and dramatic work, and his critical voice will serve as a reminder to all of us of the freedom of expression this country struggled so hard to achieve,” Harris said.“True to his own character and principles, Mr Mandela also cherished this aspect of John’s personality. After a function at the Foundation where John spoke, Madiba approached him afterwards and said: “You young people, you must keep on troubling us”.Harris said the playwright, actor and journalist gave back to South Africa in so many ways, and would probably best be remembered for his independent voice that could be heard in newspaper columns, at theatres, in coffee bars and restaurants.Matshikiza last acted in the SABC 3 series Hard Copy and appeared in various films, including Cry Freedom, Mandela and There’s a Zulu on My Stoep.He also appeared alongside Kevin Bacon in The Air Up There and Angelina Jolie and Clive Owen in Beyond Borders.Matshikiza was a regular columnist for the Mail and Guardian newspaper, and at the time of his death was writing for Business Day and The Weekender. He was also Director of Culture at the Goree Institute in Senegal.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

Football Fridays to ignite Team SA

first_imgWalk it, talk it, wear it, share it!It’s all about football – and,ultimately, being part of the same team:Team South Africa With less than 280 days to go until Bafana Bafana run onto the pitch at Johannesburg’s Soccer City Stadium for the opening game of the 2010 Fifa World Cup, the concept of Casual Friday is getting a distinctively South African makeover.There are 40 Fridays to go until Friday, 11 June 2010, and South Africans are being urged to mark each one by “dressing down” in a way that will come naturally to a sports-crazy population – by wearing a football shirt to work.Danny Jordaan, CEO of the 2010 Local Organising Committee, and 2010 World Cup mascot Zakumi joined a team of 2010 partners at Safa House in Johannesburg on Friday to celebrate the launch of Football Fridays, a national initiative to build local support and enthusiasm as the countdown to Africa’s first football World Cup gains momentum.“We are encouraging everyone to adopt Football Friday and to wear the shirt of their favourite team,” said Paul Bannister, acting CEO of the International Marketing Council of South Africa (IMC), adding: “Obviously, we’d prefer it if their favourite team were the national team!“By wearing a football shirt to work or just socially each Friday, you’ll be showing your true colours as a supporter of South Africa proudly hosting the biggest sporting event in the world.”At a recent 2010 National Communication Partnership conference, 2010 Organising Committee chairman Irvin Khoza urged the country to appreciate the enormity of the World Cup, and to make the most of the event to promote the country and the continent in all its diversity.“We won’t get another marketing opportunity like this in the next 100 years,” Khoza said.A joint initiative of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), the IMC, South African Tourism, the SABC and the 2010 Organising Committee, Football Fridays is part of the Fly the Flag for Football campaign launched earlier this year.According to the IMC, it is hoped that the initiative will act as an “ignition point” for the campaign, which aims to get citizens to show their unique “South African-ness”, to support the national soccer team, and to be good hosts when the footballing world arrives on the southern tip of Africa in June 2010.last_img read more

Trackable Week Discount Page – Participating Vendors

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Stumbling Upon Mindfulness: One Veteran’s Afghanistan Experience

first_imgThis post was written by Reg McCutcheon. Reg is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with over 30 years of military experience.  He is currently a MFT intern at Valdosta State University and holds a bachelor’s degree and masters in business.  He is a graduate of the Air University Air War College, Air Command and Staff College, and Squadron Officers School.  In addition he has graduated from several USAF occupational schools, to include Undergraduate Missile Training, Undergraduate Space Training, and Senior Leader Development Training.  Reg’s awards include three combat medals: Bronze Star Medal, NATO Medal, and Afghanistan Campaign Medal.  He also received two Meritorious Service Medals and three Commendation Medals during his career of leadership and dedication to the Air Force. By Reg McCutcheon, Lt Col USAF (Retired)Flickr [Sunset Tree by der LichtKlicker, February 5, 2016, CC BY-ND 2.0]I personally define mindfulness as the space between cause and effect where our expressed differences define our relationship with the present.  I know it’s not the definition with which you might be most familiar, but my mindfulness journey is rooted in a story of chaos, desperation, and survival.  This is my narrative of how I accidentally discovered mindfulness and how it created in me a new perspective and an enlightened way to experience my circumstances.As a retired military officer with over 30 years of service, I have seen many things during my career.  But the single most life-changing experience for me was a combat tour in Afghanistan in 2011.  Although I was 25 years their senior, I approached this experience with many of the same feelings that our young men and women experience during their first time in a combat zone – energized and ready to “go, fight, win.”  I shared in their desires to do my part.  But by the end, many of us left with conflicting feelings of confusion, loss, remorse, and regret.We were confronted with the harsh reality of that environment very soon after our arrival.  Just four days into our tour, a single rogue attack on our base took the lives of nine fellow soldiers, all within the perceived safety of our walls.  One was a friend of mine named Ray, with whom I had trained and traveled just weeks and days before the attack.I responded and coped with this event by increasing my focus and pace, and I soon fell into a pattern of working 14-16 hour days, 7days a week.  I told myself that if I stayed busy, then the time would fly by and I would be headed home soon.  But I was beginning to feel the breakdown of my own connectedness and I needed to catch my breath.  I look back now and see that, like everyone else, I was playing a mental game with myself in a world that really required a new way of thinking and experiencing the moment.As a military officer, I am familiar with the works of military strategist Carl von Clausewitz, who coined a term “the fog of war.”  It is a cornerstone concept at every level of command and in senior leadership training.  But a lesson plan about combat operations and real live war are two very different things.  After a particularly challenging day, I was desperate to clear the fog in my own head and experience some separation.  I often did this with the aid of my iPod, listening to various podcasts and music as I would lie in my bunk.  I would have my trusty ear buds perfectly placed, the world securely muted outside this metaphorical cone of separation.  But on this one evening, the damned thing would not work no matter what I tried.   So I found myself lying there frustrated, angry, and tired.  All I could hear were the sounds of my heart beating faster and louder and the air passing through my nostrils.In retrospect, I believe this was an existential moment, as I realized at that point that I had to make a different choice.  I had to use whatever resources were available to me, but that amounted to a non-functioning iPod (with ear buds) and solitude.  In the stillness, I began to focus on my racing heart and the pace of my breath.  I slowly began closing off the outside world, which left me to deal with the inside.  I started by feeling my breath slowing and listening to my heart following that lead.  I began to feel a sense of control over my anxiety and adrenaline, and a sense of calm for the first time in weeks.  Little did I know that my iPod malfunctioning was actually a gift that had provided a way out of the fog and a path to resolving the present.Let me also say here that I had no knowledge at all of what mindfulness actually was or how it could be used as a therapeutic technique.  I just happened upon this in a moment of desperation.  But I began to take those times of solitude as an opportunity to experience what I was really feeling and examine moments between cause and effect.  Over time, I rarely played the iPod anymore and just left its ear buds untethered, listening to my breath and heart providing a predictable rhythm in a chaotic place; a gift of insight through reflection and projection.  As I left Afghanistan, I thought of this exercise as something I had only needed to survive war and shifted my focus to getting home.In reality, I needed mindfulness all the more when I returned stateside.   Back home, people are twice as aggressive and truly just focused on what they have going on.  They talk over you, they speed past you, cut you off, and are sometimes selfish, inconsiderate, lack good manners and that’s just the people in our families.  The combat experience is a bell that cannot be un-rung when a soldier steps back on American soil.  There is something – actually, many things – unique and different about veterans who have been exposed to the challenges of war.  As soldiers, we are trained to be the “biggest, strongest, and baddest” fight force on the planet.  But with all the bravado and armor outside, what is fragile and delicate inside cannot be ignored.  The dilemma for a returning combat veteran is that the fragile inside wants to come out and experience the world it once knew, while the armored outside wants to retreat from a world that it doesn’t know.For me, emotional confusion came from these ongoing contradictions, and my frustrations grew as a “fog of war” had turned into a “fog of being home.”  I “checked out” at times and was not always intentional in my actions and reactions.  I sometimes didn’t recognize consequences, and I found I was not driven by the same motives, ideas, or beliefs that I once was.  I was having difficulty taking moments in context, slowing things down, and processing them appropriately.  I had lost my relational insight.  I cared about things that didn’t matter and didn’t care about things that did.  Mindfulness for a warrior is survival-focused; for a citizen, it’s relational-focused.Eventually, with the help of a supportive spouse, things equilibrated.  I went back to what had worked for me in the chaos of Afghanistan.  I found that a mindfulness journey at home was filled with many more insights than just survival.  Over the past few years, I’ve been able to build up my focus and my mindfulness journey to capture what I believe is the center of being – the present.  For many, the time it takes to make a choice – the space between action and reaction – is inconsequential and but a nanosecond.  But for those who practice mindfulness, choices are so much more meaningful and are not measured by time but by space — the space between cause and effect where our expressed differences define our relationship with the present. Mindfulness allows me to slow down to capture a moment’s essence and meaning, so that I can create the effect I desire within myself in relationship with everything around me.  I believe it’s in that state in which we are all able to make the best choices.Your success depends on your next move, statement, or expression…they all hinge on your relationship with the present.last_img read more

PH’s Dumaan treks rough road to gold in pencak silat

first_imgDumaan, 21, needed to run off his excess weight for the tanding Class A 45-50 kilogram division but still had enough strength to defeat Indonesia’s Firman, 4-1, in the Southeast Asian Games final held at Bukit Kiara here.READ: Lesser-known sport gives life to struggling PH SEA Games bidFEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingA newcomer in the SEA Games, the Roxas City-native was overweight by 4.4 pounds prior to the start of competition Sunday, according to pencak silat chief Princess Jacel Kiram.“He’s a very hardworking athlete with a lot of promise,” said Kiram of Dumaan, who won a bronze during the Asian Beach Games last year. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Sports science boosts pencak silat team Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim LATEST STORIES Dumaan was discovered from the national games, according to Kiram.“But he worked his way up the national team after impressive sparring with national team members,” she added.Mastafa Fitri Masjuri of Malaysia and Muhammad Ridhwan Selamat of Singapore took the bronze medals in the division.It was the first pencak silat gold medal scored by the Philippines in the SEA Games since 2005.Before Dumaan hit paydirt, Princesslyn Enopia, Rickrod Ortega and Jefferson Rhey Loon copped the bronzes in the women’s tanking Class A, men’s tanding Class C and Class D, respectively.ADVERTISEMENT NATO’s aging eye in the sky to get a last overhaul MOST READcenter_img Celebrity chef Gary Rhodes dies at 59 with wife by his side Dines Dumaan of the Philippines after winning the gold medal in the men’s tanding putra class A 45-50 kg division of the 29th Southeast Asian Games pencak silat competition Tuesday at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center in Kuala Lumpur. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/SEA GAMES POOLKUALA LUMPUR —Dines Dumaan went through the wringer to give the Philippines a coveted gold in pencak silat Tuesday.And while it wasn’t enough to avert yet another failed bid by the country in the biennial meet, the gold was worth a celebration.ADVERTISEMENT PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics00:50Trending Articles02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:36Manny Pacquiao part of 2019 SEA Games opening ceremony Almohaidib Abad and Cherry May Regalado were still in contention for golds in the men’s and women’s artistic divisions late Tuesday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump signs bills in support of Hong Kong protesters Biggest Pogo service provider padlocked for tax evasion Robredo should’ve resigned as drug czar after lack of trust issue – Panelo View commentslast_img read more

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