As we consider that a team does not have a meaning without a leader, in the same way, a leader does not have any meaning without his/her team or group of subjects.A leader can beholder of an effective designation, but an effective designation holder cannot always possess leadership qualities.A leader is defined as the possessor of the support, faith, and trust of his team of subjects, who is the basic follower of the rule “Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM).” A Leader is the one who wisely knows the matter of interest of his team members.There are people who possess different types of leadership qualities and handle their teams respectively.Based on the quality people possess there are three basic types of leadership styles, they are: -Authoritative or Autocratic Leadership: - A leader who follows an authoritative or autocratic leadership style is the one who undermines the suggestion of his team members.Exerts his/her authority and Forces their decision on his/her subjects.Democratic or Participative Leadership: - A leader who follows a democratic or participative leadership style is the one who includes his/her subjects in the decision-making process but keeps the power of final say with him/her.Free-Reign or Laissez-Faire Leadership: - A leader who follows a free-reign or laissez-faire leadership style is the one who provides no guidance to the team with the power of decision making delegated to the team members.As per Mr. Shailesh Rajpal, Founder and Director of Rajpal Group, Democratic or Participative Leadership is the most suitable leadership style for a company, which surely is.Mr. Shailesh Rajpal himself is a democratic leader as he allows the employees to grow and develop in the professional environment while consulting him.    
Luxury Resort Market Size, Status and Forecast 2021-2027This report studies the Luxury Resort Market with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers.Find the complete Luxury Resort Market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.The report offers valuable insight into the Luxury Resort market progress and approaches related to the Luxury Resort market with an analysis of each region.The report goes on to talk about the dominant aspects of the market and examine each segment.Key Players: Mandarin Oriental International Limited, Jumeirah International LLC, Four Seasons Holdings Inc., Hilton, Marriott International, Hyatt Hotels, InterContinental Hotels Group PLC, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd., and Kerzner International Resorts and ITC Hotels Limited Get a free detailed sample of Luxury Resort market report @Research objectives:To study and analyze the global Luxury Resort market size by key regions/countries, product type and application, history data from 2013 to 2017, and forecast to 2027.To understand the structure of Luxury Resort market by identifying its various sub segments.Focuses on the key global Luxury Resort players, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.To analyze the Luxury Resort with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).To project the size of Luxury Resort submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.The report lists the major players in the regions and their respective market share on the basis of global revenue.It also explains their strategic moves in the past few years, investments in product innovation, and changes in leadership to stay ahead in the competition.This will give the reader an edge over others as a well-informed decision can be made looking at the holistic picture of the market.If you have any special requirements or needs, please contact us @Market DynamicsThe various market factors instrumental in the growth of the Luxury Resort have been covered in detail by the report.The pricing history of the product has been studied in detail along with the value of the product in the current market scenario.
Hyundai plans to consolidate its leadership position in the fast-growing sports utility vehicle segment with the introduction of its latest product, Alcazar, a seven-seater premium SUV
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And when we keep thinking of the various options that we all need to work on, no doubt it begins to be more chaotic.Did you feel that overwhelming expression?This is the utmost time when we want to and keep working within the right parameters.This is one zone wherein Sustainability Leadership is taken into the loop.This is more about playing teamwork on the work grounds.Ways that help us think broader on the aspect of Sustainability Leadership.Including the benefit of allIt is a common scenario that we bring things into consideration.Now in Sustainability Leadership, we bring things into consideration that are good for all.Thus like when we think of employees and other necessary points involved in the process we need to make sure everyone’s interest is taken into consideration.Promotion of the participationWe need to know how things can help everyone around us.For this, it is necessary to make sure things can be done in a better format.
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Athletes are excellent motivational speakers on leadership, team building, resiliency, diversity, and so many more crucial topics for business.They are experts at motivation, inspiration, team­ building, and overcoming adversity.Book a speaker among one of these top champions today!Here is a list of the 5 top athlete speakers for speaking engagements and appearances.To know more click here!
New Financing Advances Momentum Towards a Highly Transparent, Frictionless, and Sustainable Digital Supply ChainForto, the leading provider of digitized freight forwarding and supply chain solutions, today announced that it has successfully raised   $240M in an investment round.The round was led by SoftBank Vision Fund 21, with participation from Citi Ventures and G Squared, and strong backing from existing investors including Northzone, Inven Capital, Cherry Ventures, and Unbound.With this round, Forto’s valuation now stands at $1.2 Billion.This latest investment validates the market opportunity to shape a more efficient, modern global supply chain.Forto is leading a new generation of disruptive logistics companies, using its digital platform to simplify interactions, remove process friction, and increase supply chain visibility — in turn empowering customers with better insights to make smarter decisions.Some of the largest businesses in Europe, including Home 24 and Edeka, rely on Forto with transportation of their goods.“Logistics is the backbone of global commerce, and data analytics, machine learning, and process automation will reshape the global delivery of goods and services,” commented Karol Niewiadomski, senior investor for SoftBank Investment Advisers.“In our effort to further digitize global trade, we plan to significantly expand our geographical footprint, technology platform, and customer operations, to cement our market leadership in Europe and beyond.”Transparency and Sustainability Across the Supply ChainLuis Valdich, Managing Director of Investing at Citi Ventures, further acknowledged Forto’s mission to enable supply chain visibility across solution offerings.
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These engineers use computer-aided software to design thermal and mechanical products that tend to specific issues.These products include elevators, air conditioning systems, and medical equipment.Mechanical design Course is generally work in offices but are sometimes called to the field, visiting worksites when a problem or piece of equipment needs their personal attention, and to oversee elements of construction.Professionals test these products for efficiency and make adjustments when necessary.Pursuing a professional engineering license may help these professionals advance into leadership positions Master's students typically complete the required 30-60 credits in 1-2 years.Master's programs in mechanical engineering feature specialized coursework and research in topics like advanced aeronautics, CAD, and fluid mechanics.Students interested in supervisory positions often complete graduate business administration classes.Senior mechanical engineers Senior mechanical engineers participate in the research and development of products while working to improve mechanical systems.These specialized professionals typically have strong computer skills and hold a master's degree in mechanical engineering.Research EngineersThese engineers are experts in the field and often tackle sizable research projects.They employ both scientific and interpersonal skills, engaging with research while effectively relaying information to upper management, clients, and other engineers.
Promises, promises, what price promises? Back in the summer of 2019, fresh from his Tory leadership triumph, Boris Johnson famously couldn’t resist the temptation of trying to make a political pledge sound all the more binding by making it outside No.10.He didn’t just stand on the steps of Downing Street to promise a social care plan. In a strange bit of meta-politics he actually told us: “I am announcing now, on the steps of Downing Street, that we will fix the crisis in social care once and for all with a clear plan we have prepared.” Of course, we’ve long since learned there was no plan; it wasn’t “clear” and it certainly wasn’t “prepared”.Just three days later, the newly-installed PM was at it again. In his first major policy speech, he turned up to Manchester to commit to building a brand new rail line to Leeds, part of the Northern Powerhouse Rail across the Pennines. While many in the social care sector remember the No.10 words, quite a few in the north remember the rail pledge too.“Today I am going to deliver on my commitment to that vision with a pledge to fund the Leeds to Manchester route,” Johnson said. He said there would need to be agreement on the exact proposal “but I have tasked officials to accelerate their work on these plans so that we are ready to do a deal in the autumn.”That was autumn 2019, but it may end up being autumn 2021 before any “deal” is done. It has emerged that there are new plans to cut costs by upgrading an existing rail route through Huddersfield and Dewsbury.Our Arj Singh has sources claiming a split between No.10 and the Treasury, with the latter preferring to wait until the spending review later this year. If it is scaled back as well as delayed, the ‘Crossrail for the North’ may leave plenty in the north cross.It’s just one example of several tensions between No.10 and No.11 in coming months, with the Sunday Times pointing to the pensions lock, catch-up funding and, yes, social care, as potential flashpoints. On the intriguing proposal of a one-year ‘moratorium’ on not putting up pensions to match earnings, Johnson said: “I’m reading all sorts of stuff at the moment which I don’t recognise at all.” Similarly, the PM’s spokesman insisted the £200m successor to the Royal Yacht was definitely going ahead and it would definitely come from the Ministry of Defence’s budget. On both pensions and the new Britannia, it felt like No.10 asserting itself.On the longest day of the year, it was a midsummer murder of the idea the Treasury calls the shots. After all, when James Dyson complained about Rishi Sunak’s failure to meet his tax break demands last year, it was the PM who texted back: “James, I am first lord of the Treasury…”.Johnson’s own description of his political philosophy is that he is a “Brexity Hezza”. Just like Michael Heseltine, he likes grand projets, state-led investment. His record of getting value for money, however, is not so peachy: highly expensive ‘Boris buses’, loss-making cable cars over the Thames, millions on a garden bridge to nowhere.The image of a spendthrift prime minister who doles out short-term cash to avoid making long-term hard choices was one outlined by Dominic Cummings in his latest broadside. “The most valuable commodity in govt is focus and the PM literally believes that focus is a menace to his freedom to do whatever he fancies today,” the Substack Svengali wrote. “Hence why you see the opposite of focus now and will do till he goes.”Given Cummings’ own lavish praise for Sunak of late, he clearly thinks a sense of grip, both fiscal and managerial, will arrive once the chancellor moves into the next house in Downing Street. The battle with Tory backbenchers over planning reform, a Cummings cause celebre, may well end up with another Johnsonian tweak of policy that avoids another hard choice.The joke among some Conservative fiscal hawks is that Johnson really is a 2021 version of the old joke: “a billion here, a billion there, pretty soon, you’re talking real money”. Having ruled out a return to ‘austerity’, it appears he’s forcing his own Treasury into an unenviable choice between yet more borrowing and new tax hikes.There’s a strong suspicion that Johnson really does think more borrowing is the answer, if growth fails to look sustainable. If so, that would be in keeping with the PM’s “buy now, pay later” approach. The begging bowl needed for the rash and flash renovation of his Downing Street flat seemed to encapsulate his entire political philosophy of putting off nasty bills.Johnson hates political costs almost as much as he hates balancing the books. Hard choices will be softened, the can kicked down the road as long as he can keep the voters smiling.The only spending he seems to hate is spending his own political capital. Most PMs use the early part of a term to do the tough stuff before wooing the voters later, but Johnson seems to be as permanently in campaign mode as any US president.Yet as Cummings suggests, the lack of focus on actual governance between elections may one day catch up with him. Splashing the cash on northern rail projects is nowhere near as valuable as having a proper, coherent plan to “level up” life chances. Avoiding a planning revolt won’t work unless houses really are built somewhere.“Chaos isn’t that bad - it means people have to look to me to see who is in charge,” Cummings claimed the PM once told him. Will Rishi Sunak be the one to eventually call time on the chaos? Or will the voters?Johnson’s lockdown this year shows the merits of telling it how it is, giving it to the public straight and making a really hard choice. But he’s got a long way to go before making a habit of it.Related...Boris Johnson And Treasury 'Split' Over North's Biggest Rail ProjectBoris Johnson Says July 19 'Looking Good' For End Of LockdownMatt Hancock Says He 'Will' Scrap Isolation Rules For Double-Jabbed
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Facebook is doing a terrible job of banning Donald Trump from its platform. From its failure to hold the former president accountable for the myriad misinformation campaigns conducted on his behalf by members of his campaign team from 2015 through 2018, to the most recent nonsense, it’s apparent that Facebook’s somehow vested in keeping Trump on the social network. Up front: Facebook’s allowing “Team Trump,” a Page directly associated with numerous leadership and conservative PACs run by Donald Trump, to remain up and advertising on the site as of today, 21 June. According to a report from FWIW: The official…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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Netflix has transformed its leadership as international growth takes focus, and it expands efforts in consumer products, gaming, more.
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Inside B2B Influence is a show that goes behind the scenes of B2B marketing and showcases conversations with insiders from the world of influencer marketing. We connect with influential practitioners at B2B brands of all kinds and sizes to answer the rising number of questions about working with influencers in a business context. In this first episode of the second season of Inside B2B Influence, I was able to catch up with the incredibly popular, talented and beloved Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs, Ann Handley. I've known Ann for well over 10 years and she's been a great friend, client and source of inspiration to me about more meaningful content marketing. Ann talks with me about a variety of topics ranging from the nature of influence in B2B, demand for B2B influencers during the pandemic and our mutually favorite "dogfluencer", August - the most dashing Cavalier King Charles Spaniel you may ever meet. Highlights of this episode of Inside B2B Influence with Ann Handley include: Does everybody have influence? Yes and no How the change to digital first B2B marketing has affected demand for influencers The importance of a relationship driven approach Trends in B2B influencer content collaboration Growing emphasis on executive thought leadership and influence Worst practices influencer engagement How to integrate influencers with your newsletter What B2B marketers should do to improve their influencer marketing Some of Ann's favorite B2B industry influencers Listen to episode 14 (Confluence: The B2B Content and Influence Connection) of the Inside B2B Influence podcast here: You wrote the best selling book, Everybody Writes. Do you think everybody has influence? Ann: That's such an interesting question because at first pass it's like, well of course. But then on the other hand it's kind of an existential question, isn't it? I really had to think about that for a second. I mean, yes, I do think that everybody has influence, but not everybody has credibility, right? Yes, we all have influence, but not in all topics. Like for example, I really like sushi, but that doesn't mean that I'm a fish influencer. Is that a thing fishfluencer? I think we all have our spheres of expertise and we are influential within those spheres of expertise. But I don't think that people are influencers across all things. Everybody has influence, but not everybody has credibility. @annhandley I also think that, especially in B2B, that the notion of influencers is even more narrowly defined than it is in, in B2C. Because the expertise that I have in marketing is, you know, it's content, it's writing. It's very specific. I don't think you would come to me if you were looking for somebody to talk about analytics. Like you would go to Chris Penn for that. He's an influencer in marketing analytics. So I think, especially in B2B, that that it is absolutely true that the credibility I have as an influencer is very specific and narrow. And I think that's true of any, any B2B influencer. The pandemic accelerated digital transformation in B2B impacting all aspects of doing business including marketing. What impact has an emphasis on digital first in B2B marketing had on the demand for influencers like yourself? Ann: I have definitely seen more of those opportunities come my way because I think, just to your point, all of the traditional B2B tactics of field marketing and in person trade shows and other moments to experience the brands face to face, all of that went away in the past 15 months or so since the pandemic. So what takes its place? That's been what's fueling a lot of that digital transformation happening at B2B companies. Influencer marketing is very much part of that because, how do you build that sort of trust with your audience if you don't have the ability to meet them in person, to sit down, to have a conversation with them? So I think influencers have become a proxy and a conduit for that. We're going to see more companies start to embrace the opportunity to form relationships with influencers versus straight up transactional. @annhandley What's interesting and what I see straight up from an influencer standpoint, is that more of those companies seek to have those relationships with me. They're seeking to build those relationships with me in much less of a transactional way. You and I have talked about this Lee, I remember saying to you that this is like the future of B2B influencer marketing. We're going to see more companies start to embrace the opportunity to form relationships with influencers versus, you know, straight up transactional - make it less of an advertising / transactional play. Like here, I'll pay you X amount of dollars if you share my thing, you know? That's more of a B2C model. I think in B2B what we're seeing, and this has been fueled by the pandemic, is that we are seeing those relationships start to happen between brands and influencers like me where they're reaching out to me proactively and saying, "Hey, we don't have a thing right now, but we want to work with you. Can we sort of get to know each other?" And so I think we're seeing an increasing impetus toward an approach that I feel, has more sustainability long-term and it's the way that I like to work personally. So yeah, I think we're seeing a whole lot more of that. What are some of the content collaboration opportunities between B2B brands and influencers that you're seeing more of in 2021? Ann: There are yeah. I want to caveat this by saying that I'm speaking from my personal experience versus, you know, I haven't necessarily polled B2B marketers. So you probably have a better perspective on this too and whether what I'm talking about is actually reflected in the broader B2B community. What I see is more brands looking to have a longterm relationship. Not just, come speak at our webinar, but, can we actually think about this over like a fiscal year? What can we do together in Q1 and Q2 and Q3, so that it becomes much more of a, not quite ambassador, but at least more of a brand alignment, right? So that I'm saying, "I believe in what you do" and and you're saying that you trust me as well. More long-term engagements and less transactional is honestly the foundation of a successful B2B influencer marketing program. @annhandley I think longer-term engagement with a trust foundation to it is definitely something that I'm seeing. I'm also seeing these situations where even if it is about providing a quote for this, or for example, I'll put something in my newsletter that's sort of sponsored but for me, it's not anything that you can buy. It's something where I read the paper and I believe in it. I have a relationship with the company and so therefore I will share it with my audience. So yes, it's sponsored, but it's like, it's sponsored with my whole self. I guess I'm a little bit goofy, but you know what I mean, with integrity, I should say. That is a situation where it'll be over several months, so it's not just like a one and done. But can you help us promote this and here's what's in it for you and here's what we want to give to you and your audience, that kind of thing. I guess to sum up, much more long-term engagements and less transactional, which I think is honestly the foundation of a successful B2B influencer marketing program anyway. But you probably have more perspective on that than I do. It's been really interesting what's happened not just in terms of content creation and the thought leadership through partnerships between executives and external influencers, but also the relationships that are being facilitated. Ann: Yeah, that's really interesting. I think it makes total sense, right? Because in the past 15 months of the pandemic, I think that the brands who have really demonstrated that we're all in this together, have actually had to show up in a real human genuine way and to be there for their audiences. I think that's in part what's driving the kind of collaboration that you're talking about. Brands realize that to trust somebody, you've got to know them. And how can you trust a B2B brand unless you sort of see the faces of the people behind the brand? @annhandley Because I do think brands realize that to trust somebody, you've got to know them. And how can you trust a B2B brand unless you sort of see the faces of the people behind the brand? I think that cascades throughout B2B marketing as well as influencer marketing. I think that's clearly one area where we are seeing where that comes to life, Along with best practices there are also bad practices. I'm curious if there are any bad behaviors in terms of how people reach out or engage with you? Ann: I think there's been a few situations where I just, I tend not to engage basically. That's a situation where a big agency will reach out and it's clear that I'm one of many. Like I'm like part of a stable of influencers that they're looking to. And they ask me to respond and fill out this Google form about the size of my audience. I'm not going to do any of that. That's not what I want and that's not who I am. It's not what my brand is all about. That's just not what I'm going to do. It doesn't matter to me how much money is on the table, because damage to my brand, reputation and my credibility far outweighs anything else. @annhandley So it doesn't matter to me how much money is on the table, because damage to my brand, reputation and my credibility far outweighs anything else. That's a situation where I just wouldn't engage. I can't even say that it's a bad practice but it's de-motivating. When those come in we just sort of delete it immediately. Or they come at it from a tactic standpoint. I get this a lot. For example, my email newsletter. I've talked a lot about it the past couple of years, it's grown pretty significantly and it has really healthy, open rates. The list is just over 50,000 now. So it's a good, robust list. I get a lot of people who say, will you share this in your newsletter? And I don't know them. I don't have a relationship with you. So if the onus is on me to do the legwork and figure out who you are, what your solution is all about or what your piece of content is all about, then I'm not going to do it. Also, that's not the role of the newsletter. If you know me, and if you're on the list, then you know that, right? So, if you want to get something in my newsletter, then that's not the first step. The first step is engaging me on social, get to know me. All the things that, you know, you do to start a relationship. All the best practices around that. Not. "Will you share this in your newsletter?" That's all the stuff that just ends up being deleted immediately. What are some ways you can imagine someone incorporating influencer content in a newsletter? Ann: If you're a marketer and you're publishing your own newsletter and you want to work with influencers, trying to figure out a way to highlight them in that environment could be something simple, like highlighting some of their content or highlighting them as an individual. Or it could be something more like inviting them to be like a guest editor depending on the relationship. I think there's lots of opportunity there to influence the influencer as part of your brand and not just thinking that your relationship with the influencer is only in the social space. Because I think an email newsletter is just such a rich opportunity to communicate directly with your audience. The degree to which you can invite influencers into that relationship is going to solidify your relationship with the influencer as well. Who are some of your favorite influencers, you know, that would, you know, that operate in the B2B world in some way, whether it's marketing or tech or somewhere else? Ann: Avinash Kaushik at Google. I don't even know if he would consider himself an influencer, but he is. I think mostly because his brain functions so differently. I'm on his newsletter list. I love to read his perspective and his point of view, and follow him on social for the same reasons. Chris Penn is somebody else who you know, again, has a very different approach. But if you took Chris Penn's brain and took my brain and sort of put them together, you'd get like this whole body marketer, you know? I think I come at it very much from the art and high touch perspective and he comes at it very much from a science and analytics standpoint. I appreciate his message so much because he helps me elevate in what I do just by paying attention to what he's doing. I love what April Dunford talks about around positioning. I think she offers some really valuable advice and I always love seeing what she has to say and hearing her point of view on things. You certainly. I think you, and I know it's like your show so I probably shouldn't, but like the work you've done around influencer marketing, I think you absolutely are helping to push the industry forward in terms of like how to do it right. And, and how to create programs that actually do sustain themselves long-term and deliver value for your organization. Thanks Ann! You are a great source of inspiration to B2B marketers all over the world and a wonderful human being! You can also watch the full video interview with Ann Handley here: For more B2B marketing insights, you can subscribe to Ann's amazing Total ANNARCHY newsletter here and connect with her on Twitter and LinkedIn. Also, don't miss out on the MarketingPros B2B Forum coming up October 13-14 this year. Be sure to stay tuned to TopRank Marketing's B2B Marketing Blog for our next episode of Inside B2B Influence where we'll be answering the B2B marketing industry's most pressing questions about the role of influence in business marketing. You can also download The State of B2B Influencer Marketing Report featuring insights from a survey of hundreds of B2B marketers plus case studies and contributions from marketing executives at brands including Adobe, LinkedIn, IBM, Dell, SAP and many more. The post Inside B2B Influence 14: Ann Handley of MarketingProfs on Content Marketing and Influence appeared first on B2B Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
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 The Global Paints and Coatings Market is anticipated to reach USD 286.54 billion by 2026 according to a new study published by Polaris Market Research.Global paints & coatings industry is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period from 2018 to 2026 owing to numerous advancements that is driven by a strong rebound in worldwide building, construction, manufacturing primarily in Western Europe, North America and Japan are projected to augment demand for architectural paints & coatings.Request for sample copy of this report @  https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/global-paints-and-coatings-market/request-for-sample Increasing demand for these products in automobiles owing to its growing popularity of protecting the architectural or non-architectural surfaces from extreme heat, acid rain, dust, UV radiations etc.along with its inherent characteristics of enhancing appearance are projected to be the major factors driving the demand for paints & coatings.These products used for paint or coat surfaces of buildings, automobiles, pipelines, wood, packaging products, marine vessels or any surface are capable of producing long-lasting surfaces in satisfying customers’ needs along with maximizing efficiencies, enhancing appearance and meeting environmental regulations.The present trends of paints & coatings and its application process are aggravated by its shrinking cost of manufacturing, delivering buyer satisfaction by means of corrosion protection and enhancing aesthetic features, along with mitigating environmental concerns.Tremendous quantity of consideration has already been put into the current used paints & coating systems, and they carry a level of sophistication that has been satisfying most customers globally.
It will help your team move forward and look out for you.To become a great leader, you read, experience, make mistakes, and learn valuable techniques.But that doesn't mean you have to communicate minutiae in meetings.Then, you can achieve results that have never been achieved before.Even though you are the manager, you need to step back and let your employees take the initiative.This manifests itself in constant harassment, unhealthy surveillance, constant questioning, micromanaging, blaming mistakes, and outright reproach.
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If at the end of the day, you are just looking for process output and business results and don’t really care about people, it will not work.But if you want to trust your team members because you really want to build strong relationships with them, you really want to help and support them, you really believe that your success is linked to their success, then you have a really good chance to build a high performing team who trust and respect each other.Behind that façade of a strong and powerful leader, you are ultimately human.You make mistakes, you feel hurt, you struggle.Admittedly, it is not easy and needs to be a gradual process at a pace you are comfortable with.Just saying “I trust you” does not mean anything, if you really don’t mean it.
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Keir Starmer could face a leadership challenge if he loses the Batley and Spen by-election to the Conservatives, Labour MPs have told Insider.
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Palantir Technologies Inc. (NYE:PLTR) today announced it has been contracted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide a data analytics tool that will help advance the agency’s modernization objectives for aviation safety.Palantir Foundry will support the FAA’s aircraft certification and continued operational safety activities, including the ongoing monitoring of the 737 MAX fleet’s return to service.The one-year contract with two additional option years is valued at a maximum of $18.4 million.Using Palantir Foundry will enable FAA aerospace engineers and analysts to more rapidly and efficiently monitor, analyze, visualize, and share aviation safety data used in their determination of whether an incident presents a past or future safety risk.Palantir’s software expertise will help the FAA to sustain their global leadership in the advancement of aviation safety and foster greater agility in adapting to the dynamic environment.“We are proud to be partnering with the Federal Aviation Administration to support their critical safety mission,” said Akash Jain, President of Palantir USG.Foundry allows for the integration of siloed data, transforming the way both public and private organizations operate by creating a central operating system for their data.For more such updates and perspectives around Digital Innovation, IoT, Data Infrastructure, AI & Cybsercurity, go to AI-Techpark.com.
The Smart Irrigation Market is set to attain revenues worth USD 1561 Million by 2022 while developing at 17% CAGR in the forecast period.Smart Irrigation practices have emerged as a practical alternative to the water challenges being faced globally.The application basis of segmentation of the smart irrigation market consists of non-agriculture and agriculture.The market covers regions such as the Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe and Rest of the World.Detailed Regional AnalysisThe smart irrigation market includes regions such as the Asia Pacific, Americas, Europe and Rest of the World in its regional analysis.The North America region is anticipated to control in the market in the forecast period due to the growing worry surrounding water conservation and the need to curtail the wastage of resources by the governments in the North American region.The Asia Pacific region is anticipated to progress as the most rapidly rising region in the smart irrigation market.Access Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/smart-irrigation-market-2529 Competitive AnalysisThe leadership inclinations in the market are strengthening the level of development that can be achieved in the existing market scenario.The market contenders are making considerable adjustments to minimize the incidence of competitive shortcomings.The influential companies in the smart irrigation market are Rain Bird Corporation (U.S.), Libelium (Spain), HydroPoint (U.S.), The Toro Company (U.S.), AquaSpy (U.S.), Aquacell Systems (Australia), Baseline Inc. (U.S.), Hortau (U.S.), Hunter Industries (U.S.), among others.Industry Updates:Feb 2018 Rain Bird is including another model to the LFX line-up.
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Labour’s deputy leader has said an investigation will be launched into who made a “completely unacceptable” claim anti-Semitism among Muslim voters was costing the party votes.The Mail on Sunday quoted a “senior Labour official” as having said Labour was “haemorrhaging votes among Muslim voters” in the run-up to the Batley and Spen by-election on July 1.“The reason for that is what Keir [Starmer] has been doing on anti-Semitism.” the source told the newspaper.“Nobody really wants to talk about it, but that’s the main factor. He challenged [Jeremy] Corbyn on it, and there’s been a backlash among certain sections of the community.”Angela Rayner said in response: “I want to make clear publicly that these comments that are being attributed to a member of Labour Party staff in a newspaper today are not a Labour Party response or statement, are completely unacceptable and are not condoned or sanctioned in any way by the party.“Anybody who has made these comments should and will be dealt with in line with our independent disciplinary procedures, which I have no role in as deputy leader.”The Labour Muslim Network also condemned the “patently vile, Islamophobic briefing”.“This racism needs to be challenged urgently and publicly by the Labour leadership and the party as a whole,” the group said.“There can be no hiding behind the anonymity of the source and briefing.”Related...Matt Hancock 'Isn’t Useless At All', Says Justice Secretary Robert BucklandJohn Bercow Denies He Joined Labour To Get House Of Lords Seat
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