A key element of developing an environment of engagement for employees is establishing a forum for development and engagement.Peter Myers discussed how to create this environment during a breakout session at the CUNA CFO Council Conference Tuesday in Orlando.“If you have a direct report and you have regular conversation weekly or monthly, how much of that conversation focuses on operations?” Myers asks. “Probably too much. I recommend having a different conversation. Change the dynamic. Create a safe place where those reports can tell you if they’re not good at something, which can be a career-limiting move for some people. That builds trust.”Supervisors can also ask reports what their favorite or least favorite aspects of the job are, and how they can build on those answers.“Everyone has a favorite part about their role and everyone has a least favorite part of their role,” Myers says. “If you’re not seen as understanding that, your development conversations are going to follow suit. If you’re expecting the people behind you to learn, but you haven’t identified what you need to learn, how are you going to develop a culture of learning and growth.” continue reading » 18SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The Civil Society Coalition for Reform on the Security Sector is calling on the government to refrain from declaring a civil emergency or martial law as part of its efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.The coalition, comprising at least nine advocacy groups, said the government should optimize the tools based on Law No. 24/2007 on disaster mitigation and Law No. 6/2018 on health quarantine. Article 51 (2) of the Disaster Mitigation Law stipulates that the president must declare a disaster emergency before a national emergency.The president, therefore, must issue a decree to declare a disaster emergency that “will provide a legal basis for a social restriction policy”, the coalition said in a statement released on Monday. The contagious respiratory disease has infected 1,414 people and led to 122 deaths as of Monday in Indonesia. Of them, 75 people have recovered.To step up the country’s efforts in handling the outbreak, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said the government will issue a policy of “large-scale social restriction” and a tightened physical distancing policy.According to Article 59 (3) of the health quarantine law, large-scale social restriction comprises temporary closure of schools, offices, religious activities and activities at public places.“As I said earlier, a policy for a civil emergency is necessary,” Jokowi said after a meeting on Monday.However, the declaration of a civil emergency would “prepare us if the situation gets very concerning”, said presidential spokesperson Fadjroel Rachman.“For this stage, it is still a large-scale social restriction in line with Law No. 6/2018 and a legal discipline according to the National Police chief edict issued on March 19,” Fadjroel said in a statement released on Monday. (dfr)Topics : Read also: Jokowi considers civil emergency policies“Large-scale social restrictions should be issued according to the Health Quarantine Law to avoid the unnecessary securitization of health issues.”The coalition also called for better-coordinated measures to handle the rapid spread of COVID-19 by establishing a clear chain of command. Like many other countries, Indonesia has been struggling to curb the spread of COVID-19 since its first two confirmed cases were reported in early March.
The new episode begins with the Canadian Rolls discussing his journey to becoming a professional boxer, and how boxing was a way to stay removed from the personal troubles he encountered as a teen. Many boxing pundits have described Rolls (19-0, 10 KOs) as a placeholder for Golovkin before a potential trilogy between the Kazakh fighter and Alvarez. Rolls believes those opinions are mistaken.Join DAZN and watch GGG-Rolls: Sign up in U.S. | Canada”He’s going to see a hungry, hungry, hungry fighter,” Rolls said during the episode. “This is no tune-up fight. . . . You’re going to see the middleweights’ best-kept secret.” The episode then cuts to Golovkin in Big Bear, Calif., where he likes to train because of its isolation from distractions and the benefits of training at a higher elevation. Golovkin has a private gym at the top of an 8,200-foot summit; he needs to take a ski lift to access it. Golovkin says that he is focused only on Rolls and not on any fight that may follow. He believes the fight with Rolls will be a more “sincere” and “open” fight than his previous bout with Alvarez.The June 8 fight is the first of Golovkin’s six-fight contract that he signed with DAZN in March. Golovkin (38-1-1, 34 KOs) will be entering the ring for the first time since having his 39-fight unbeaten streak snapped by Alvarez in September.Rolls last fought in December, defeating KeAndrae Leatherwood by unanimous decision. DAZN, in collaboration with Unrealistic Ideas and executive producer Mark Wahlberg, has released the second part of its “40 Days: GGG-Rolls” docuseries chronicling the final eight weeks of preparation for Gennadiy Golovkin and Steve Rolls leading up to their June 8 fight at Madison Square Garden.This is the third edition of the “40 Days” series. The first edition — produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter of UNINTERRUPTED — focused on the bout between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Daniel Jacobs. The second edition — produced by Meek Mill and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation — focused on the Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz Jr. fight.