Leaders also do that, but they get people to do something because they want to do it — not because they must do it,” says executive coach and leadership expert Ian MacFarlane.,From leveraging empathy and storytelling to being aware of their body language while remaining genuine, the most inspiring leaders do the 10 following things when they speak.,They state their case concisely and effectively Inspiring leaders may be empathetic, but they also mean business.,Super inspiring leaders infuse their speeches with passion and emotion, painting a picture that extends far beyond the tangible and tugs on the heartstrings of their audience.,They hold eye contact MacFarlane says the most inspiring leaders not only hold eye contact, but they are also very deliberate about who they look at: “Whether it is a one-on-one conversation in person, in Zoom meetings, or a public forum in front of a large audience, making eye contact is essential.

Vaccine certifications might be a fair price to pay for our freedoms of movement and commerce, but this fair price would come with hidden social costs, write Brian R. Spisak and Eric J. McNulty

There are increasing calls for issuing Covid-19 testing and vaccination status certificates as a way out of broad stay-at-home orders.,At the governmental level, effective protocols for individuals testing positive for Covid-19 would supply subsidised quarantine, job security, and other features of a strong social safety net.,As society returns to work, school, and so on, the organisational level will need to create inclusive environments in which vigilant (re)testing and vaccination (not just certifications) are the measurable and formally supported outcomes.,Interpersonal relationships based on these intrinsic factors will encourage prosocial norms of (re)testing and vaccination, in contrast with what extrinsic certification anxiety offers - such as animosity and disgust.,On an intrapersonal level, avoiding maladaptive guilt and shame also requires an emphasis on supporting what an individual can actively control, such as (re)testing and vaccination, rather than punishing less controllable certification outcomes. read more

He is described as an immensely gifted, hard-working and compassionate Grade 12 student-athlete at Penticton Secondary School,

Panghli, who is 16 years old, is the younger of two children in a close-knit, community-minded family.,My job is to instill confidence, compassion, and knowledge and yet I feel – in teaching Manny – that I too have been enriched,” Pen High English teacher Wayne Kuechle said. read more

He is described as an immensely gifted, hard-working and compassionate Grade 12 student-athlete at Penticton Secondary School,

Panghli, who is 16 years old, is the younger of two children in a close-knit, community-minded family.,My job is to instill confidence, compassion, and knowledge and yet I feel – in teaching Manny – that I too have been enriched,” Pen High English teacher Wayne Kuechle said. read more