How successful leaders ensure continued success

first_imgThe work environment over the last several years has largely taken on a global outlook. Because more companies do business on an international scale, it is necessary for successful companies and their employees to have a focus towards global success. The executives who run such companies need to make a global outlook part of their major strategy.Fahad Al Rajaan and other successful executives in a global business environment have shown skill in using their most successful careers to their advantage. Those who want to be successful in today’s competitive, global environment will likewise need to take full advantage of their opportunities.One of the many advantages of a global outlook is being able to adapt to business changes that affect the business environment in meaningful ways. By being able to adapt to these global changes easily, companies will have a broader reach within the wider world. continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Lady Mariners Fall to UMaine Farmington

first_img Bio Latest posts by admin (see all) This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text admin Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Nicole Poland of the Mariners makes a diving catch in centerfield.—MIKE OLESThe Lady Mariners dropped two games to the UMaine Farmington Beavers on Saturday, losing 6-0 and 12-3 in a North Atlantic Conference double header at Ritchie Field. The Lady Mariners fall to 2-11 on the year and 0-4 in the NAC, while the Beavers improve to 3-5 and 2-2 in the NAC.Maine Maritime’s only hit in the first game came in the 7th inning when Megan Russell (Peru, ME) laid down a bunt single to break up the no-hitter. Mallery Stanley (Standish, ME) gave up 9 hits and 3 walks, taking the loss for MMA. In the second game, Kayla Higgins (Sullivan, ME) led the MMA offense, going 2 for 2 with 2 home runs and all 3 MMA RBI’s. Mallery Stanley took the loss for MMA, giving up 15 hits over 5 innings. For complete story, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest Postslast_img read more

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Ulster Bank League resumes after short break

first_imgHowever, the poor weather of the last day or so means that just one of the Tipperary teams in Division 2A are in action.Cashel travel to take on Blackrock – the match at Stradbrook begins at 2.30pm with updates on Tipp FM at regular intervals.Nenagh Ormond were due to host Malone but the pitch at New Ormond Park has been deemed unplayable.last_img

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Gov’t Pledges US$2.5m for George M. Weah Training Center

first_imgVice President Joseph N. Boakai and Rep. Edwin M. Snowe, Jr., have pledged government’s support of US$2.5m to the George M. Weah Training Center which construction begins sometime this month, March 2014.Amb. Baokai on Saturday during the ground breaking and historic training center in Careysburg said the erection of the training center would quench his jealousy of religiously watching talented youthful footballers of other countries and will able to see Liberian youths developing their talents.“We like this opportunity and we will support it our young people to be trained and to enjoy football,”  Vice President Boakai said.He stated that the naming of the training center after the 1995 World Player, Liberia’s and Africa’s football icon and legend who later became a politician is important because Liberia is moving and rising above political barriers to recognize the good in people.Amb. Boakai also said the name is important because it births nation building and buttresses the peace and reconciliation that Liberians are striving for.He hailed FIFA, through the FIFA West Africa Development Officer, for the level of support from the world football governing body and also the township leadership of Careysburg for the availability of the 190-acre of land.The Chairman on Rules, Order and Administration at the House of Representatives, Rep. Edwin Snowe committed the Legislature’s support and thanked the President of the Liberia Football Association for the dream of training Liberian footballers.FIFA’s West Africa Development Officer, John Sampon Kablan extended FIFA’s heartfelt greetings to Liberia and their desire to develop the game and hoped that the center would give young Liberians a home.FIFA has provided US$500,000 to cover the first phase of the project and has promised to provide the artificial turf for the two pitches in the training center. The training center is the country’s fourth goal project.In separate remarks, Montserrado County’s District # 1 Representative Josephine Francis, Information Minister Lewis G. Brown, who is also Chairman of the LFA Advisory Committee and Deputy Minister for Administration Jacque Capehart thanked the football house for the initiative and pledged their respective support.The Secretary General of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) Nathaniel McGill, on behalf of honoree George M. Weah expressed his thanks and appreciation to the LFA and the national government.The Chairman of the Youth League of the ruling Unity Party (UP) Amos Tweh also thanked LFA for the naming of the training center after George Weah and urged the LFA to include skill training.The president of LFA, Musa Bility has expressed his hope for the training center to be completed by December-2014 and the artificial turf to be laid in two months. Musons Group Incorporated is the contractor and the consultant is Design and Building Incorporated, he said.Bility revealed that the construction of a multi-purpose two storey football house ( LFA’s Headquarters) will commence soon in the Sinkor’s belt and  the erection of a commercial center for the LFA is in place and might be constructed in Careysburg.Meanwhile, a 5-year National Football Development Plan, worth about US$5m was given to Vice President Joseph Boakai. The plan is designed to develop football from the grass root.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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GAA NOTES: LETTERKENNY GAELS

first_imgOur Senior team will play Convoy in the League on Saturday evening. The reserves travel to Dooey on Sunday for the return leg of the Junior B championship preliminary round.The U16s were defeated by Red Hughs in the championship on Monday evening last. A goal from a free kick, the last kick of the game gave Red Hughs victory in a game where the Gaels were leading by six points at half time. Best for Gaels were Conor Browne, James Carr and Conor Sweeney. Final Score was Gaels 1.9 Red Hughs 2.7. They now go forward to play Downings in the Shield semi-final on Monday the 4th July at Páirc na nGael.The U14s are at home to Termon on Wednesday evening The U12s went down to a narrow defeat to St. Michaels at Pairc na Gaeil last Friday. They played St Eunans in the final U12 go-game in Pairc na nGael on Monday evening and performed well against a strong Eunans outfit.Gaels hosted an U10 hurling blitz on Sunday morning with teams from Setanta, Aodh Rua, Four Masters, Dungloe, Gweedore and St. Eunan’s taking part. Our two teams performed well and showed great determination and enthusiasm in their matches. Thanks to Conor and Deirdre, Young Whistlers, who refereed and to coaches and parents who helped on the day and provided refreshments for everyone.Check our website letterkennygaels.donegal.gaa.ie for all details on training times for all ages and all the latest news.Lotto results for week-ending 26th June. No’s drawn were 11,22,23,24. Match 3 winner was Seamus O’Dwyer Belfast. Next weekends Jackpot will be €5,950. GAA NOTES: LETTERKENNY GAELS was last modified: June 28th, 2011 by StephenShare 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:Letterkenny Gaelslast_img read more

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