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first_img 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr It All Starts With SafetyAuthor and speaker Simon Sinek is a gifted storyteller. In this talk, Simon zeroes in on an often overlooked aspect of leadership: safety.Simon recounts the story of an ambush and its powerful lesson. When Army Captain William Swenson and his men were under heavy fire in Afghanistan, it was all caught on camera. As Swenson is seen helping an injured soldier onto a helicopter, you see Swenson lean over and kiss the injured soldier’s forehead before running back into a battle.Build a Culture That Encourages SelflessnessWhy did he do this? Sinek’s first hypothesis was that the military somehow attracted selfless people. After further investigation, Sinek concluded it was the environment that elevated behavior. The culture and values of the organization were strong enough to encourage selflessness. continue reading »last_img read more


first_img continue reading » Comments on a proposed delay of the current expected credit loss (CECL) standard and NCUA’s “Second Chance” proposal are among the items with comments due in the September. A complete list of comment deadlines can be found on CUNA’s advocacy actions page.CECL is a new accounting standard that uses an “expected loss” measurement for the recognition of credit losses. The Financial Accounting Standards Board, who issued CECL, proposed a delay for CECL as it applies to credit unions to January 2023 (past the currently scheduled January 2022).Specifically, the proposal would create two groups with different implementation dates: Securities and Exchange Commission filers (except for small reporting companies as defined by the SEC) and all others, including credit unions. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


first_imgLetterkenny IT centre-forward Steve Emeka in action against CSN yesterday afternoon.There was heartbreak for Niall McGonagle’s LYIT Men’s Soccer team this afternoon after they were defeated 2-1 by CSN (Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa) in their CUFL All-Ireland semi-final clash.LYIT had home advantage for this clash and were fancied to progress to the All-Ireland final.However, the long journey didn’t seem to effect CSN and they started the brighter of the two teams. They pressed LYIT all over the park and put the trio of central midfielders in the form of Raymond Foy, Jordan Toland and Ryan Curran under immense pressure.With CSN settling into the play a little faster than the home side, defenders Dylan Hegarty and Feargal Harkin were pressed into action from the first whistle.It proved costly for both sides to give away free kicks within goal range and the 15 minute opening goal from Mark Collins certainly displayed all the qualities of a clean strike, vision, technique and execution.The CSN lead remained until Letterkenny were awarded a free kick, thanks in no small way to assistant referee Marty Quinn, who called the play back to the point of the offence, thereby offering the left-footed Daire McDaid the opportunity to level matters. The Termon player did just that with a swerving strike marked for the top corner of the CSN net leaving a 1-1 score line at the interval.The game ebbed and flowed in the second-half and both teams exchanged meaty challenges in what was a tenacious contest between two sides desperate to book their spot in the All-Ireland final.However, it was CSN that struck the fatal blow and it came just minutes from the end.A cross into the LYIT danger area wasn’t dealt with properly and Dylan Walsh was on hand to rifle home for six yards out.LYIT tried to force an equalizer late on which would’ve brought the game into extra-time but they couldn’t find a way past the solid CSN defence. It’s questionable whether Raymond Foy should have had a penalty by being the ‘meat in the sandwich’ of two CSN defenders in the 71st minute.One thing that can’t be questioned is the afore-mentioned Foy’s ability on the field, turning in a great performance for Letterkenny IT.Team: Eoin Gallen, Jamie Boyle, Feargl Harkin, Peter Doherty, Dylan Hegarty Raymond Foy, Daire McDaid, Ryan Curran, Steve Okakpu Jordan Toland, Cathal McDaid.Subs (used) Anthony Appiah for Steve Okakpu, Brian McVeigh for Daire MCDaid, other subs; Aaron Kelly, Niall McCloskey, Peter McGlynn, Dean McConnell, Myles Keyes. LYIT will now dust themselves down and prepare for their CFAI quarter-final clash.HEARTBREAK FOR LYIT MEN’S SOCCER TEAM IN ALL-IRELAND SEMI-FINAL was last modified: February 5th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:All-Ireland semi-finalCSNLYITMen’s SoccernewssoccerSportlast_img read more

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