Howard Lake | 19 July 2016 | News Fundraising Camp – Arts, for arts and culture fundraisers, was held in Chatham’s Historic Dockyard last week, at the School of Music and Fine Art at the University of Kent. Advertisement Tagged with: Fundraising Camp South East [View the story “Fundraising Camp – Arts” on Storify] 509 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 510 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Fundraising Camp – Arts came to Chatham About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Stay Vigilant, Monitor Corn Rootworm Pressure Home News Feed Stay Vigilant, Monitor Corn Rootworm Pressure By Gary Truitt – Aug 21, 2013 SHARE In between beetle counts – farmers should collect beetles to determine the number of males and females in a sample. By scouting in-season, using the correct corn trait package and following appropriate crop rotation strategies – farmers can be effective in controlling corn rootworm, protect their personal crop investment and optimize yield. Previous articleTurning Up the Heat on the Farm BillNext articlePurdue Economist: Realistic Renewable Fuel Standard Attainable Gary Truitt Last summer – the corn crop experienced more stress from the drought – resulting in small root masses and heavy corn rootworm pressure – but even in the cool, wet conditions most of the Midwest experienced this spring – corn rootworm is still possible. That’s why the National Corn Growers Association suggests farmers scout sooner rather than later – since August marks the peak of adult corn rootworm activity. Fields should be scouted for corn rootworm beetles regularly and sampled weekly. Farmers should randomly select 10 to 25 locations within the field and count the total number of beetles on at least two plants in each location – leaving the minimum number of plants sampled between 20 and 50. Facebook Twitter SHARE Facebook Twitter Source: NAFB News Service
Pinterest GOOD NEWS: Texas Bar Foundation gives James M. Alsup statewide recognition Twitter Facebook Previous articleWith a balanced diet, vitamins aren’t usually neededNext articleTEXAS VIEW: Facebook’s privacy woes are a good reminder nothing comes free — even online admin Pinterest Facebook Local News WhatsApp Twitter By admin – April 9, 2018 MIDLAND James M. Alsup of Midland has been selected as one of four 2018 recipients of the Texas Bar Foundation’s Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Award. The award recognizes attorneys whose practice has spanned 50 years or more and who adhere to the highest principles and traditions of the legal profession and service to the public.James Morris “Jim” Alsup was born in Patton, in 1937. He grew up in Valley Mills, where he developed an affinity for hard work and a love for the outdoors. He served in the United States Army and thereafter attended the University of Texas. While working his way through law school in Austin, Alsup met the love of his life, Sandra. Jim and Sandy were soon married and, upon Alsup’s graduation in 1964, moved to Midland where Alsup took a position as an assistant city attorney.Alsup soon involved himself in service to others through community groups and church. Alsup joined Lynch, Chappell & Alsup in 1967. He grew in influence professionally and in service to others, becoming a leader in the legal community, in the community at large and in his church.Alsup served the profession tirelessly in multiple capacities. Alsup’s leadership in community service is unparalleled in Midland – a city known for its volunteer spirit. Alsup has served on boards of service organizations too many to name; however, a few include Schreiner University Midland Memorial Hospital and Medical Center, Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Support, Inc., the Scharbauer Foundation and as President of the Midland Petroleum Club.Sandy passed away in February after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. Alsup’s sons, Devin and Jeff along with his wife, Lynn, have blessed Alsup with five grandchildren. Devin practices law in Midland and Jeff is the executive director of the Fasken Foundation, also located in Midland.Alsup is now of counsel to the firm that bears his name and continues a life of service in the community and through his church.The Bar Foundation commissioned an oral history to recognize and preserve the accomplishments of Alsup’s legal career. Additionally, he will be publicly recognized at the Texas Bar Foundation Annual Dinner held on June 22 at the Marriott Marquis in Houston.Founded in 1965 by attorneys determined to assist the public and improve the profession, the Texas Bar Foundation has become the largest charitably-funded bar foundation in the country. The Texas Bar Foundation relies on the contributions of its Fellows to improve the lives of Texans. To date, through the generosity of the Fellows, the Texas Bar Foundation has awarded more than $18 million in grants to numerous organizations across the state.Election to the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a member of the State Bar of Texas, representing the top one-third of one percent of Texas attorneys. Selection is based on an outstanding record in the legal profession as well as proven commitment to support the community at large. For more information about the Texas Bar Foundation, please visit www.txbf.org. WhatsApp
News Updates’Remove Hanging Cables & Wires From Chandni Chowk Or Face Contempt’: Delhi High Court To MTNL, BSES, North MCD & Ors Shreya Agarwal12 Jan 2021 10:15 PMShare This – xGiving an ultimatum to Mahanagar Telecom Nigam Ltd (MTNL), BSES, North Municipal Corporation of Delhi (North MCD) and others to remove hanging cables and wires from Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, the Delhi High Court today warned the relevant authorities that it would issue contempt against the organizations if they failed to take any action regarding this soon.A division judge bench of Justice…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginGiving an ultimatum to Mahanagar Telecom Nigam Ltd (MTNL), BSES, North Municipal Corporation of Delhi (North MCD) and others to remove hanging cables and wires from Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, the Delhi High Court today warned the relevant authorities that it would issue contempt against the organizations if they failed to take any action regarding this soon.A division judge bench of Justice Sanghi and Justice Rekha Palli, was hearing a plea by Nodal Officers seeking action with respect to the wires, as part of Chandni Chowk’s redevelopment project. It was suggested to the court by the counsel appearing for the Nodal Officers, that Chandni Chowk Redevelopment Project may be the theme of Delhi’s Republic Day tableau.The court remarked that if these wires were removed, perhaps electricity for all of Chandni Chowk would be gone – indicating that these were all in all likelihood electrical wires. However, it was clarified that most of these wires were infact of DTH and internet connections.The court was also informed that the MTNL officers had hitherto shown a lackadaisical attitude towards the said work, and were not even present for the inspection conducted of the redevelopment project on Dec 28.The matter is posted for further hearing on Apr 12.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
narvikk/iStockBy WILLIAM MANSELL, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 486,000 people worldwide.Over 9.6 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding the scope of their nations’ outbreaks. The United States has become the worst-affected country, with more than 2.4 million diagnosed cases and at least 124,415 deaths.Here’s how the news is developing Friday. All times Eastern:5:30 a.m.: Alabama coronavirus cases soarThe number of COVID-19 cases in the state of Alabama continues to soar, which means the number of available ICU beds is dwindling.In a Federal Emergency Management Agency memo obtained by ABC News, hospitals in Montgomery, Tuscaloosa and Birmingham are now transferring patients from facility to facility because they are running out of ICU beds.In fact, 82% of Alabama’s ICU beds are now full, according to Dr. Don Williamson with the Alabama Hospital Association. He tells ABC News affiliate WBMA-TV that there are only 289 beds available in the state.Jeanne Marrazzo, director, Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama Birmingham, told the station that she worries what July will look like for the state.“If we are seeing this very big peak in cases right now, the hospitalization and death rates as we know, typically lag two to two and a half to three cases behind those case reports,” Marrazzo said.Alabama has more than 33,000 diagnosed cased of COVID-19 with at least 896 deaths. Just this week, it set a daily record with 1,100 new coronavirus cases.The concerning rise in cases it’s exclusive to Alabama. It’s just one of 15 states that have set a daily COVID-19 case record in the past week. The other states are Texas, Montana, Nevada, Mississippi, Missouri, Florida, Oklahoma, South Carolina, California, Arizona, Idaho, Georgia, Utah and Tennessee.There are now also 23 states with rising COVID-19 hospitalization rates, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Don Campbell argues that it is high time companies rejectedthe idea of leadership being exclusive to the top end of an organisationThere has been talk and editorial on the knotty subject of leadership incountless journals and boardrooms on both sides of the Atlantic for years. Andyet, the need for more dialogue on the subject never wanes. With constant changes occurring in the dynamics of the typical workplace,the playing field never stays level for long. Women assume ever-greatersignificance at all levels in the workplace, economies boom and bust,technologies spawn new industries and skills, mergers and acquisitions prevailover erstwhile-established teams – the world is ever-changing. Consequently, the ‘rules’ and best practices of leadership are constantlyfalling under the latest business-school and journalistic scrutiny.Muchevidence points to organisations failing to embrace the true concept ofeffective leadership – to nurture and harness their talents so that thecollective attributes of a team can be developed to an organisation’s maximumpotential. But what exactly do we mean by leadership? The most common misconception is that leadership is exclusive to the seniorranks of an organisation. People at the top often find themselves under firefor not displaying the types of qualities traditionally associated withleadership. But any ‘failure’ invariably has more to do with excessive reliance on thoseat the top, and insufficient mettle and leadership elsewhere in theorganisation – where leadership counts most on a day-to-day basis. Leadership is as much about personal influence as it is about command andcontrol, and therefore as much an upwards and sideways process as it is adownward one. Drive and guidance from the top is essential, but unless this isreflected throughout an organisation, even the most inspirational top-downideas will have little chance of success. Broader definition Leadership requires a broader definition than the capacity to persuadeothers to follow your command. It is more about the ability to influence, guideand direct those around us with honesty, integrity, sensitivity and courage –regardless of business or social setting. Unless a person knows and takes to heart the real impact of their own innatebehaviour on others – a short fuse for example, or indeed an excessively longone – the capacity to moderate or adapt behaviour in the interest of effectiveinfluence becomes all the more difficult. Examining the culture of leadershipin more detail, it is necessary to look closely at the three directions ofleadership and the personal qualities each requires. With downward leadership, the ability to motivate, inspire and focus isinvaluable. The crux of sideways leadership is to be effective, and the abilityto influence peers through credibility and personal power is imperative. A successful combination of talent, ability and personality is the best wayof achieving sideways influence. Upwards leadership Upwards leadership works when senior managers possess the truth of asituation, rather than information used to help everybody to feel better ormake life easier for them or employees. This takes courage and sensitivity andan appreciation of what it is like to be in the other person’s position. Good upward leadership involves taking the pressure off managers and helpingto make their sometimes-difficult decisions easier. Everyone, regardless oftheir level, has the capacity and the responsibility to lead. The key is tounlock that potential. This is where effective leadership development courses can make all thedifference. During the course of a few days, preconceptions are challenged, and actions,behaviour and attitudes questioned. This will provide delegates with a solidfoundation to learn and move forward from as confident, competent leaders. These are all commonly referred to as ‘soft skills’. During our careers,truly effective development in these areas is probably the most difficult (andrewarding) learning curve that we ever embark upon. Making a leaderOn 1 Feb 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
The coupling processes in the middle atmosphere have been a subject of intense research activity because of their effects on atmospheric circulation, structure, variability, and the distribution of chemical constituents. In this study, the day-to-day variability of Aura-MLS (Microwave Limb Sounder) temperature data are used to reveal the vertical and interhemispheric coupling processes in the stratosphere-mesosphere during four Northern Hemisphere winters (2004/2005–2007/2008). The UKMO (United Kingdom Meteorological Office) assimilated data and mesospheric winds from MF (medium frequency) radars are also applied to help highlight the coupling processes. In this study, a clear vertical link can be seen between the stratosphere and mesosphere during winter months. The coolings and reversals of northward meridional winds in the polar winter mesosphere are often observed in relation to warming events (Sudden Stratospheric Warming, SSW for short) and the associated changes in zonal winds in the polar winter stratosphere. An upper-mesospheric cooling usually precedes the beginning of the warming in the stratosphere by 1–2 days. Inter-hemispheric coupling has been identified initially by a correlation analysis using the year-to-year monthly zonal mean temperature. Then the correlation analyses are performed based upon the daily zonal mean temperature. From the original time sequences, significant positive (negative) correlations are generally found between zonal mean temperatures at the Antarctic summer mesopause and in the Arctic winter stratosphere (mesosphere) during northern mid-winters, although these correlations are dominated by the low frequency variability (i.e. the seasonal trend). Using the short-term oscillations (less than 15 days), the statistical result, by looking for the largest magnitude of correlation within a range of time-lags (0 to 10 days; positive lags mean that the Antarctic summer mesopause is lagging), indicates that the temporal variability of zonal mean temperature at the Antarctic summer mesopause is also positively (negatively) correlated with the polar winter stratosphere (mesosphere) during three (2004/2005, 2005/2006, and 2007/2008) out of the four winters. The highest value of the correlation coefficient is over 0.7 in the winter-stratosphere for the three winters. The remaining winter (2006/2007) has more complex correlations structures; correspondingly the polar vortex was distinguished this winter. The time-lags obtained for 2004/2005 and 2006/2007 are distinct from 2005/2006 and 2007/2008 where a 6-day lag dominates for the coupling between the winter stratosphere and the summer mesopause. The correlations are also provided using temperatures in northern longitudinal sectors in a comparison with the Antarctic-mesopause zonal mean temperature. For northern mid-high latitudes (~50–70° N), temperatures in Scandinavia-Eastern Europe and in the Pacific-Western Canada longitudinal sectors often have opposite signs of correlations with zonal mean temperatures near the Antarctic summer mesopause during northern mid-winters. The statistical results are shown to be associated with the Northern Hemisphere’s polar vortex characteristics.
Back to overview,Home naval-today Royal Navy Vessel to Participate in India’s Fleet Review Authorities View post tag: International Fleet Review View post tag: Indian Navy Royal Navy Vessel to Participate in India’s Fleet Review Share this article View post tag: Royal Navy Great Britain will deploy a Royal Navy warship to take part in India’s first major international gathering of warships for a number of years.This announcement was made by the British prime minister, David Cameron, who spoke at a press conference during Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK.Mr Modi is the first Indian prime minister to visit Britain in a decade.The british warship will participate in the International Fleet Review 2016 which will be held in Visakhapatnam, India. According to Indian Navy officials, the event will be attended by 46 nations and will last for four days from November 4-8, 2015.This will be the country’s second international review after the one held in 2001 in Mumbai.[mappress mapid=”17413″]Image: Royal Navy November 13, 2015