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  • Leadership Matters: For intuitive decision-makers

    first_img 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In a recent article for Fast Company, Liz Funk writes about the secret weapon we all have in making big decisions—gut instinct.Funk recommends a few practices for harnessing the power of intuition at work, including building a routine around reflection time and setting a window in which to make the decision.These are good guidelines. But do they hold up for major decisions, the kind CEOs and executive leaders are often called to make—risky, sometimes irreversible decisions like merging with another credit union, expanding into a new market, or throwing major resources into a mobile strategy?If you’re making a call that will affect the viability of your credit union—and perhaps the livelihoods of dozens or hundreds of people—is “going with your gut” a defensible strategy?When you talk to CEOs about making these kinds of decisions, they will indeed often refer to relying on a special feeling that something was the right course. When I face these big decisions myself, I do listen to my instincts, but I also rely on two resources to test them before moving forward. continue reading »last_img read more

  • Todd Thompson

    first_imgThose surviving who will cherish Todd’s memory include his wife of 29 years, Kim Thompson; a son, Zack Thompson; mother Phyllis (Logan) Davidson; father Ralph (Sue) Thompson, and a sister, Becky (Greg) Brooks. Also surviving are four step-siblings; three nephews; one niece, and many cousins, aunts, and uncles. He was preceded in death by one step-sibling; a father in-law; two brothers in-law, and numerous cousins, aunts and uncles. Friends may visit with the family on Sunday, July 2, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. followed shortly by the ceremony at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Pastor Justin Bradley of Red Life Church in Brookville will officiate the ceremony, and burial will take place at Laurel North Cemetery. After burial, family and friends are invited to a dinner at the Schilling Center on Fairfield Avenue in Brookville. Family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Ray of Hope toy drive (toy drive started by Todd and Kim Thompson) or FC CAN (local cancer foundation). To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Todd Thompson.center_img Todd Thompson, of Brookville, was born on June 15, 1966 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the son of Ralph Thompson and Phyllis Davidson. On May 14, 1988 he married Kim Griffin at Calvary Baptist Church in Connersville, Indiana. Todd established Thompson Machining Services, Inc. in 1996, which will remain in operation by Todd’s wife and son, along with their friends/loyal employees.  He enjoyed fishing, working on and collecting cars, motor sports, and spending time with his friends and family. On Sunday, June 25, 2017 at the age of 51, Todd passed away at his home peacefully, with his family by his side.last_img read more

  • Finding a Home Outside the Bridge

    first_imgAfter failing to pin a regular shirt at Stamford Bridge, Nigerian international, Ola Aina was last season loaned to Championship side, Hull City. With another loan spell to Torino, the defender seems to have finally found a home outside of the Bridge with regular playing time with his new Serie A clubOla Aina was one of the key performers for his club as he was on for full 90 minutes in Torino’s 0-0 away draw against AC Milan in their Serie A clash at the Giuseppe Meaza Stadium, Milan on Sunday and thanked the club’s fans for their unflinching support.“Another point for the team. Thank you to our fans for bringing the energy as usual,” Aina tweeted on his Twitter handle.Aina, who is on loan at Torino from English Premier League club, Chelsea, has made 13 Serie A league appearances for the Turin – based club this season but is yet to find the back of the net. The Torino defender is however delighted with his new environment and the opportunity to hone his skills in Italy after he joined Walter Mazzarri’s men temporarily for the 2018-19 campaign after extending his contract with Chelsea to 2021 last month.After spending the majority of his career in England which included a season-long spell with Hull City last term, the 21-year-old highlighted differences between the two countries.“I really like Turin. It’s not as big as London, but it’s a bit more relaxed and relaxing, a bit like me. In England, we train a lot in the morning, here it’s more the afternoon. I’m getting used to it though. Everyone is adapting to me, and obviously vice-versa. My teammates have made me feel good from the beginning, I thank them because it made it much easier for me to settle in,” Aina was quoted as saying by Football Italia.“Serie A is very different from the Premier League, the football in England is more physical and fast.It’s slower here and there’s more time to think, but you need a very different, more intense, attention to tactics.That’s good for me because that’s exactly what I need to improve.“I chose Torino because of the coach Walter Mazzarri, I talked to him and I got the feeling he wanted me and wanted to help me grow. I also felt he wanted me to work for him, that I could be important for his cause.Then, of course, Torino have a great history and the Italian league is one of the best, so I couldn’t say no.”The 21-year-old believes he has started brightly this season and looks to continue to make a good impression on the first team.He said: “I have started very well this season, thanks also to my teammates and to the coach, when there are challenges I always face them openly because I believe in my potential.”He went on to praise Mazzari’s tactics and team set up, emphasising how he likes to be given the freedom to attack as well as defend.Aina joined Torino on loan from Chelsea and has suddenly become a vital part of the team.Aina while speaking in an interview with Forza Italian Football said he has set a target to learn the language by December.“I’ve been enjoying it so far. I’m enjoying training and the games, and all the challenges as there are some top sides here. I’m settling in just fine. My Italian was good but it’s dipped a little. I’m back on the lessons though and have given myself the target of Christmas to have a full conversation.”“The difference is a lot,” Ola Aina said. “The level is a lot higher, the concentration and tactical side of things are a lot higher than the Championship. For me, that is what is key for me this season. Right now, the squad are just focusing on each other, and to take each match as it comes. We want to play good football and get as many points as possible and win games. So if we can focus on this, then who knows.”Normally placed on the right side, Aina has been operating on the left, though he admitted it makes no difference where he plays.“Both right and left are the same,” Aina continued, “the only difference is you have to use your other foot. Simple really.”He was born in the London and was raised by two Nigerian parents, he was also one step away from participating in the last World Cup in Russia: he was in fact included in the preliminary list, but was not chosen in the final 23.A few years ago, when Josè Mourinho was still the manager of the Blues, he spoke highly of the player and his efforts. Aina won a number of titles with the youth team at Chelsea which forced the Special One to say “He has great potential and I believe that he will represent the future of the club.”After Mourinho left, Aina was mentored by Conte and with the Italian Aina played in the 3-4-3 and on 3-5-2 systems and knowing Mazzarri, a young player that knows how to play in a system with three defenders is ideal.Aina said, “I only arrived in August, but I immediately got along well with my new teammates, I tied up with Meite, Ferigra, Edera, but also with many others.“I feel at home and for this I thank them. I started this season very well thanks to my teammates and to the coach. When there are challenges I always face them openly because I believe a lot in my potential.“Chelsea allowed me to be here because they know that this is an excellent championship and an opportunity to improve even tactically, I chose Torino because I talked to the coach and he immediately made me feel important for this team, and then because this club has an important history.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

  • Vanja Ćerimagić from Tuzla can compete with the most attractive Women in the World

    first_img[wzslider autoplay=”true”]Vanja Ćerimagić is a model and fitness coach and her look is close to perfection. She was born on November 15, 1991 in Tuzla and moved to Belgrade as a little girl. She still lives there.Vanja also lived in Canada for ten years and she spent the last 15 years living in Belgrade. She finished High Dental School and College of Vocational Studies, and then graduated from the Sports Academy. She works as a personal trainer and a fitness model and her hobby is painting on canvas.She started dealing with fitness recreationally five years ago. Since she is in the world of modeling, one of the requests of the job is to be in shape. After she noticed the results, she could not stop and she wanted more, so she started training professionally.Vanja started with cardio, as the majority of women in the gym do, and now she already lifts 100 kilograms from crouch and 50 kilograms from bench. To all the ladies who leave workout for the day which never comes, she says that mirror is a great motivation.In the near future Vanja intends to compete in the bikini fitness category, where femininity is valued the most.She recommends healthy diet rich in proteins and with lots of vegetables.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

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