The county of 10 million people was one of several that moved into the state’s orange tier, which is the second-least restrictive of California’s four-tier system.,The International Olympic Committee and International Paralympic Committee said they fully respect and accept the move

Placer County is one of 13 California counties that have moved Sunday to the red tier of California’s COVID-19 reopening framework, loosening some restrictions.,The counties became eligible to move from the purple tier (“widespread”) to the red tier (“substantial” spread) after the state hit its goal Friday of delivering 2 million COVID-19 doses to communities hit hardest by the pandemic, triggering new thresholds.,Butte County has qualified to move from the most stringent purple tier to the less-restrictive red tier of the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan.,For a county to move down to the red tier, there should be a case rate of 4-7 per 100,000 residents with a 5-8% test positivity rate. read more

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.

Normally after graduating from the course, you could take up to 30 days’ leave to spend time with your family, but Marcus had already sacrificed his leave time to get himself placed immediately into the sniper course for his second go at it.,Now the only way he could see his family before deploying would be if we let him out of the FTX, or final training exercise, which would normally add about one more week’s time on the course.,The FTX was a graded mission, so theoretically it was mandatory, but hell, Marcus had clearly made it through at that point, so I worked it out for him to skip it and have that week with his family.,Marcus and three teammates — Matt Axelson (Morgan Luttrell’s best friend), Danny Dietz, and Michael Murphy — went out on a reconnaissance mission in northern Afghanistan, not far from the area where we had run so many missions with ECHO platoon.,The next time I saw Marcus was more than a year later, in the late summer of 2006, on the deck of the USS Midway off San Diego where the Navy was holding a big fundraiser.

The seven finalists to be the next police director for the City of Memphis include two who were fired from previous jobs and one who quit by text.,Meaningful news delivered to you each week Coverage of the key happenings in our city including city hall, education, and more.

Bauer, Demetria Tennison, 20, of Palmyra, and Jordan Artley, 20, of 2405 W. Fourth St., were taken into custody at 2307 1/2 Lycoming Creek Road after several pounds of marijuana were found inside the Lycoming Creek Road property when police went there with a warrant for Artley’s arrest out of Lackawana County.,Driving a Chevrolet Malibu, Danille Trimble, 31, 312 Broad St., apartment 1, was stopped by a state trooper at Riverside Drive and Linden Street in South Williamsport about 3:10 a.m. on Aug. 15 because the license plate on her car had been suspended due to the insurance on the vehicle was canceled.,Travis Mosteller, 23, of 2330 W. Fourth St., has been charged by state police with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in the 300 block of Broad Street in Montoursville on Nov. 28.,Joseph Clements, 39, of 421 Wylie St., Jersey Shore, has been charged by state police with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia at Market Street and Southern Avenue in South Williamsport on Sept. 29.,A bench warrant was expected to be filed for Aaron Brew, 22, of Philadelphia, after he failed to appear for his preliminary hearing last week on a state police charge of possession of marijuana stemming from an incident on Sheridan Street in Loyalsock Township last March 26.

On the second team is Meskwaki senior Taurice Grant, who is on an all-state team for a second-consecutive year after receiving third-team honors in 2019-20.,Grant is the first Meskwaki player to make an all-state basketball team in school history, and he became the fifth-leading scorer in Meskwaki history by reaching 1,000 points in his senior season.,Grant was named to the All-Substate first team in Class 1A Substate 5 by the other coaches in the group.,On a Waukee team that won its first state title this year and featured three other Division I recruits, DeVries led in scoring with 18.5 points per game while also averaging 6.6 rebounds and 5.6 assists.,Blaise Porter, so., New London; Maddox Griffin, jr., Wapello; Carson Michels, sr., Marquette Catholic; Cole Watts, sr., Montezuma; Keaten Bonderson, so., Le Mars Gehlen; Manny Hammonds, jr., Grand View Christian; Tate Haughenbury, so., North Linn; Taurice Grant, sr., Meskwaki.

LIBERTY — Construction is scheduled to begin this month to restore Little Squaw Creek in Churchill Park, with trees, shrubs and other plants to be installed in the spring.,Churchill Park occupies 14 acres at 1315 Churchill Hubbard Road in Liberty Township.,But Little Squaw Creek has a small perennial pond threatening the adjacent park road and infrastructure.,To address this, the township applied for and received a grant through the Clean Ohio Fund to do restoration work on the creek.,The township is working with Davey Resource Group, CT Consultants, and Moderalli Excavating to design, permit and construct the project.

However, he had never returned to work in any of the other cities where he had been before until the opportunity to report for the Daily Memphian presented itself.,He covers business for the Daily Memphian.

Bill Michael quit as KPMG chair last week after telling staff to stop moaning.,The classic four conditions for this are:

Supportive relationships, with bosses and peers: If you are a command and control boss who shouts at staff you will gain compliance, not commitment.,If staff are complaining and the boss wants to know who to blame, they should look in the mirror.,Stop blaming staff and instead fix the conditions which lead to the moaning.,It is also a good way for team members to build relationships and trust in the face of adversity which might be the pandemic, or might be the boss. read more

A growing body of research suggests that employees who devote additional effort beyond their required job duties might also be engaging in toxic or destructive work behavior, such as coming to work late, withholding needed information from others, and even engaging in theft.,Reconsider a carrot-and-stick approach to rewarding good behavior Sometimes, employees go above and beyond the call of duty out of an intrinsic desire to help the organization succeed.,Make employees’ social image a salient aspect of the environment Research suggests that when employees care about their reputation, they may be less likely to engage in behaviors that can hurt their social image, even if they feel licensed to do so after engaging in a praiseworthy act.,One study, for example, suggests that while creative employees are likely to feel emboldened to break workplace norms which can make them more inclined to cyberloaf, show up to work late, or engage in other harmful behaviors, their desires to preserve how they are viewed by those around them may help reduce their willingness to engage in such deviant acts.,Help employees feel connected to the organization One final way you can mitigate some of the destructive behaviors described above is by nurturing employees’ sense of belonging to their organization and its members.