continue reading » The coronavirus pandemic is putting our leadership skills to test. It’s showing us the areas we’re strongest in, and those that need some work. It’s reminding us what’s important in times of crisis. How are you faring?Mistakes will definitely be made as we adjust to the new reality of isolation, not seeing our coworkers, friends, and possibly family for weeks. But it’s the way in which you lead your team, your organization, and your members/customers that’s important – it’s not about perfection or having all the answers.Business professor John Quelch, in a recent post for the Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge, shares what he calls the “7 Cs for coronavirus survival” for leaders. These tips will help you focus on leading the right way to get through these trying times:Calm: Uncertainty causes stress and anxiety. It’s OK to feel these emotions, but make sure you have a proper outlet to release them. Otherwise, your pent-up negative energy could burst when it’s least appropriate. Stay calm as you communicate with your employees about the struggles you’re facing and how you’re going to address them (see these tips from last week on effectively handling frustrations). ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
But the frontman, who scored 22 goals last term, will not rush his return if he is not quite ready for the Liberty Stadium meeting. “I am improving a lot,” Michu told Swansea’s official website. “I have started running and although I’m in a little pain, I am happy with my progress. “I want to be playing as soon as possible. I am desperate to play because I am happy when I am on the pitch. “With this injury, though, you need to be careful and see how the ankle is every day so I don’t want to say ‘I want to be back for this date or game’. “If I am going to play, I need to be 100 per cent and not just 60 per cent. I want to be fit and I want to play at my highest level, so we will wait until I am fully fit.” Swansea forward Michu could be fit for next month’s south Wales derby against Cardiff as he continues his recovery from ankle surgery. Press Association Michu has been troubled by ankle and knee problems throughout the season, and underwent an operation on his right ankle on December 28. The 27-year-old Spaniard’s rehabilitation is expected to take another three weeks, giving him a chance of facing the Bluebirds on February 8.
Reports reaching our sources in kumasi reveals , Asante Kotoko arrow head Yahaya Mohamed has signed for Libyan outfit Ittihad Tripoli.Yahaya becomes the fourth Ghanain to play for the Libyan giants after Emmanuel Osei Kuffour, Stanley Afedze and Laryea Kingson.More to follow……..
The Peace River Regional District Board has approved a motion put forward by Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead claiming it is the appropriate group to negotiate the extension with the province.It has also passed a related motion engaging the services of former Dawson Creek Mayor, South Peace Liberal MLA and Cabinet Minister Blair Lekstrom to renegotiate the Fair Share Memorandum of Agreement set to expire in 2020.However, the CEO of the Northeast B.C. Resource Municipalities Coalition – which now consists of Fort St. John, Taylor and the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality – is former Fort St. John City Manager Colin Griffths, and he is also prepared to head a renegotiating team.- Advertisement -“The folks in Dawson Creek have identified Mr. Lekstrom as a really good negotiator with some experience with respect to the Fair Share and government,” Taylor Mayor Rob Fraser explains. “And we’ve identified that Mr. Griffith has a proven track record with respect to these agreements – he successfully negotiated the last three of them.”“I think both parties have hired competent individuals.”He says it’s possible the two competing municipal groups could get together later this week, but it should be noted the PRRD has indicated it is prepared to be begin negotiating with the province as early as tomorrow.Advertisement
Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Worrying news for Reds fans He initially went down to receive treatment but departed on his feet to be replaced by Joe Gomez.van Dijk was later seen on the Liverpool bench in no apparent discomfort and fans will be hoping it’s nothing serious.The world’s most expensive defender has been key to the club’s early season success and would no doubt be a huge loss if he were to be sidelined with injury. smart causal Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade possible standings MONEY Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions ADVICE LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Virgil van Dijk was forced off with an apparent rib injury during Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Southampton.The Dutchman left the field holding his rib in the 54th minute with the Reds winning 3-0 against his former club. 1 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack RANKED impact REVEALED Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade BEST OF silverware How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move