Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2012 annual report.For more information about Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Swan Life Ltd (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Ltd) (ANGM.mu) 2012 annual report.Company ProfileSwan Life Limited (formerly The Anglo Mauritius Assurance Society Limited) offers services such as life assurance, pensions, actuarial, and investment businesses in Mauritius. The company also provides life, car, home, health, travel, and boat insurance products, education and retirement plans, investment plans, wealth management, and stockbroking services for individuals. Swan Life Limited is headquartered in Port Louis, Mauritius. Swan Life Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Hippo Valley Estates Limited (HIPO.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2013 interim results for the half year.For more information about Hippo Valley Estates Limited (HIPO.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Hippo Valley Estates Limited (HIPO.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Hippo Valley Estates Limited (HIPO.zw) 2013 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileHippo Valley Estates Limited is a subsidiary of Tongaat Hulett Limited and primarily involved in growing and milling sugar cane in Zimbabwe. This involves planting, maintaining and harvesting sugar cane crops and haulage to the sugar mill. The milling segment crushes and produces raw sugar. Hippo Valley Estates is an extensive enterprise and has other interests in sugar packaging, game hunting, fishing, and livestock and citrus farming. Chiredzi Township (Private) Limited provides services for water treatment. The Hippo Valley Estates and Triangle Sugar mills in Zimbabwe have combined milling capacity to crush more than 4,8 million tons of cane annually and produce over 640 000 tons of sugar. Refining capacity is 140 000 tons per annum. Hippo Valley Estates Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
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But after a lengthy legal battle, High Court Justice Keith Lindblom granted possession orders and injunctions against the protesters to the City of London Corporation, which owns the land, calling the action “entirely lawful and justified.”When the encampment, which eventually included some 200 tents, was set up, it forced the closure of the 17th-century St. Paul’s for the first time since World War II. At first, cathedral authorities told London police to stay back while allowing some protesters inside the premises. The protests triggered debate within the cathedral’s clergy, leading to the resignations of Dean Graeme Knowles and Canon Chancellor Giles Fraser when the corporation pushed initially to get the demonstrators moved.In the 18 January ruling, Lindblom said he recognized the “sincerity and passion” of the protesters, but he added that politics “is not for the court to judge.” The court granted the protesters a stay of three days, and perhaps longer, to prepare their appeal, which could delay any attempt by London police to enforce the eviction order.After the ruling, Richard Chartres, the Anglican Bishop of London, told journalists that while “bishops cannot have all the answers to what are complex economic problems … what we can do is broker communications and make sure that a proper connection between finance and its ethical and moral context is found.” Featured Events Rector Washington, DC Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector Collierville, TN Rector Knoxville, TN Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI
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Photo: Episcopal Church in Delaware[Episcopal News Service] In 2016, when Terry Carson, then principal of Seaford High School, asked St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Seaford, Delaware, for volunteers, no one could predict the profound results. From a lay-led parish with Sunday attendance averaging 35, six parishioners stepped up to help high school seniors with their scholarship applications and have been supporting students every year since.With 750 students, Seaford High School is a Title 1 school, with 60% minority enrollment and more than 45% of students coming from low-income families. That the school now has so many graduates going on to higher education because of scholarships is a kind of a miracle.School counselors provide incoming seniors with an extensive folder of material: an overview of possible career and educational paths, a timeline for navigating senior year, a checklist, templates of resumes and letters, and resources for SAT and ACT preparation. A vital component of the folder is a chronology of more than 250 scholarship opportunities open to Delaware students, ranging in value from $250 to $31,500.Under the guidance of the school counselors, the St. Luke’s volunteers mentor the students twice weekly from mid-February through early April to meet the scholarships’ spring deadlines. The volunteers review the students’ scholarship cover letters, personal resumes, supporting essays and applications.The diverse group of retiree volunteers includes a former engineer, English teacher, social worker with legal experience, two nurses and a lifelong hospital volunteer. In the first year of the program, the students called the St. Luke’s volunteers the Council of Elders. This name, a sign of respect, has stuck.The “elders” believe in the students, share their own life experiences with them and commit to helping them succeed. The students believe in the elders and return for additional help that they may not be getting elsewhere. In spring 2018, the church volunteers met with 59 students. Each student met with the volunteers up to six times, with an average of eight seniors per session.During one of the mentoring sessions this year, the volunteers prepared in a designated room for the influx of seniors. As they arrived, the students sat down and, each with a laptop, immediately began to work one on one with the volunteers. Conversations ranged from how best to answer a specific application question to the most effective way to phrase a resume statement, the requirements of a specific scholarship opportunity to the proper punctuation of an essay.Volunteer Bonnie Getz said punctuation is one of the major skills they work on with students. The school has many students originally from Haiti and Central America for whom English is not their first language, and the church volunteers’ support is especially helpful for them.Getz explained that the volunteers really enjoy the work. “When we found out just before Christmas that we were invited back again this year, it was like an early Christmas gift to me. We really look forward to it.” She went on to say, “We learn a lot from our students, just by listening to them. We don’t quiz them, but we learn from them because they share a lot with us.” Of her personal experience, she stated, “It’s witnessing to these students that we believe in them.”The students value and appreciate the elders. “I can’t thank them enough,” said student Trevor Holmes, who received assistance from Bill Hubbard. “Mr. Hubbard helped me out on the first day, and I got six or seven scholarship applications done with him.”Holmes said he was profoundly grateful for the assistance. “You guys are the reason all of us are going to college,” he said. “We’re the future, and you guys are helping prepare for the future.”That same day, volunteer Deb Spandikow worked with student Caden Dickerson, who said he’d received help ranging from developing essays to filling out applications. Parents and teachers may not have time to give extra assistance, he explained.“It’s like a third party to step in and help, especially at this time of year,” Dickerson said. “It always lifts some pressure off our shoulders when we have someone there who listens, talks with us and gives some advice.”“It’s good for us, too,” Spandikow responded, “to get excited for you and say, ‘Wow, you’re doing great!’ We get to see the wonderful things that students are doing.”Several of this year’s high school seniors have faced and overcome daunting challenges. One student is fighting cancer, while another is wheelchair-bound. Another, who arrived in this country from Haiti two years ago not fluent in English, is graduating as an honors student.Clarence Giles, associate principal, appreciates the volunteers’ support of the students.“This is an avenue for someone to come in that the students don’t see on a daily basis, to help them with their applications,” Giles said. “I think the elders get back more than they give. Obviously, our students are getting the assistance they need for college scholarships. It’s an unintended positive thing that they’re giving back to the Council of Elders.”That reciprocity is key, Giles said. “This is an opportunity for school and community to meet, and that’s what the ultimate goal is — for school and community to have that connection. This is an excellent vehicle to make that happen.”Each year since this effort started, there has been an increase in scholarship money awarded to graduating seniors. Giles said that in 2018, Seaford High School’s graduating class of 163 students received almost $4 million in scholarships. This has enabled more students to afford a post-secondary education. He thinks this can be attributed to the attention to detail encouraged by the volunteers from St. Luke’s.At the end of the academic year, the volunteers were invited to attend the honors and awards ceremony for graduating seniors, family and friends. They joined the students at their senior breakfast and were recognized with gratitude at commencement.Since its founding in 1835, St. Luke’s has had a rich history of vital parish ministry and mission. As this year draws to a close, with another group of students having successfully secured scholarships, St. Luke’s is grateful to the Seaford School District for the opportunity to be of service to its community and remains committed to this outreach.Having no children or grandchildren, Hubbard initially felt unsure about volunteering with teenagers. Now, he said, “I see this as an opportunity to recognize young people as young adults, having motivation and a desire, already knowing what they want to do with their lives, and making a plan to get it done,” Hubbard said. “Now, they are my grandchildren, and I am so very proud of them!”– Lola Michael Russell is a regular contributor to the Delaware Communion Magazine and the editorial assistant for the Episcopal Church in Delaware. Rector Hopkinsville, KY Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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15 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 1 September 2000 | News 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. In just over two years, UK charities have raised over £800,000 in online donations via Charities Aid Foundation’s CharityCard site. Most donors give during out-of-office hours – before 9am and after work, and many also give from work during lunchtime. The average online CharityCard donation is £350 compared to the average paper CharityCard donation of £250. The online donors don’t just give online: they explore other parts of the CharityCard site. CAF has found that during disaster emergency appeals the average of all CharityCard donations made online jumps from 10% to 38%. Find out how your charity could raise funds online in this way. CAF shares its tips with UK Fundraising. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Raising funds online with CAF CharityCard
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Howard Lake | 19 July 2018 | News Tagged with: Funding Ireland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Irish community foundation reaches €40 million milestone 108 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 107 total views, 3 views today The Community Foundation for Ireland has reached the milestone of €40 million in grants since its establishment in July 2000.In 2000 the Foundation made awards totalling €85,000 while last year over €6.5 million was distributed to community groups and charities.The €40 million in grants has gone towards a wide range of social issues both in Ireland and abroad, from setting up the first National LGBT Helpline in the early 2000’s to launching the year of Belonging in 2016, a special celebration of the 1916 uprising.The €40 million in grants comes from the Foundation’s own funds and from private donors. Funders include individuals, families, corporates and other trusts and foundations. The Foundation has over 70 Donor Advised Funds, including eight new funds which were added last year.This year the Community Foundation for Ireland launched its 2018-2020 three year strategy ‘Giving, Grantmaking and Growing for Social Change.” The strategy outlines the plan to grow the Foundation’s endowment fund, currently standing at €43 million to €55 million and to give out an additional €22 million in grants over the next three year period. 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.
WRAP launches campaign to encourage more people to donate unwanted clothing The campaign encourages people to make use of their local charity shops and use the Love Your Clothes Recycling Locator to find their nearest donation bank. It also gives details of the collection bag schemes organised by charities such as the British Heart Foundation and the growing number of drop-off points in high-street stores, such as the brand F&F, which is trialling collection points at eighty Tesco stores, as well as online postal schemes, such as the reGAIN app, which offer vouchers in return for donated clothing. Melanie May | 9 January 2020 | News WRAP is running an awareness raising campaign to inspire more people to donate their unwanted clothes to reduce the amount of clothing going to landfill or relegated to the back of the wardrobe.The campaign follows its recent Textiles Market Situation Report, which examined the flow of textiles around the economy. It found that 336,000 tonnes of clothing went to landfill or incineration between 2015-17 – an increase of 10%. About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Happy New Year from the Love Your Clothes team! ? Join #DonationGeneration this year and pledge to donate your unwanted garments. The UK already donates around a third of its unwanted clothing to charity and you can do your bit too. https://t.co/JvydKBDkIQ ? ? ? pic.twitter.com/HeplhtZm6z— Love Your Clothes ? #DonationGeneration (@loveyourclothes) January 1, 2020 Advertisement Population growth, rising consumption levels, lack of collection infrastructure and how long people tend keep clothes all have an impact, according to WRAP, which notes that clothing consumption increased in 2014, and estimates that people keep items on average for three years meaning spikes in disposal appear several years later. WRAP also found spending on clothing increased year on year, although the rate has slowed recently, with the UK spending around £60.5 billion on clothes per annum. Tagged with: charity shops Recycling Are you part of the Donation Generation yet? Pledge to say no to landfill and help out your local charities by donating all of your unwanted clothing. https://t.co/edB4kBAoNM #DonationGeneration pic.twitter.com/mv5n6Uw6LW— Love Your Clothes ? #DonationGeneration (@loveyourclothes) November 2, 2019 In total, an estimated 620,000 tonnes of textiles were collected for re-use and recycling in 2018; an increase on the 600,000 tonnes collected the year before. Most was destined for the re-use market with 32% re-used in the UK, mostly through charity shops, and around 60% exported.However, WRAP says, a significant proportion of clothes remain in limbo, unworn and unseen in wardrobes and it wants to encourage more people to donate their unworn items.Peter Maddox, Director at WRAP said:“We need to focus on ways to keep these valuable materials in the economy when we’ve finished with them. Clothing has the fourth largest environmental impact after housing, transport and food and yet every year nearly one million tonnes of textiles are burnt or buried in the UK. This is such a waste when virgin resources are under pressure, often in countries with severe water stress.”The Love Your Clothes Donation Generation campaign highlights the variety of ways clothes can easily be donated, and the range of items that can be passed on. It encourage people of all ages to pledge to donate, and showcase passing on their pre-loved items across social media via the hashtag #DonationGeneration. 32% of clothing in the UK is re-used, mostly through charity shops – let’s make it more! #donationgeneration #reuse #sustainablefashion https://t.co/NFupRRZimE pic.twitter.com/qPwBvX7VVA— WRAP (@WRAP_UK) January 2, 2020 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 603 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 602 total views, 2 views today
Julia and Hans Rausing are to donate £8 million to youth centres across England through a new fund: the Youth Centre Recovery Fund.The Youth Centre Recovery Fund has been created to provide financial support to youth centres so they can re-open and remain viable following the loss of income from Covid-19 restrictions. It is open to registered charities running youth centres in England, and applications open 15 March until 4pm on Wednesday 31 March, with funds available in May.To be eligible, charities must offer youth services within a locality and operate out of a fixed space or venue. They should also be at risk of being unable to re-open and resume services, of cutting provision, or of permanent closure for financial reasons by the end September 2021. Advertisement It follows the Rausings’ inaugural open application programme in 2020 – The Charity Survival Fund, which saw £18 million donated to over 300 charities across the UK.Julia and Hans Rausing commented:“We are pleased to launch this new funding programme which is available to registered charities running youth centres in England. We know youth centres perform a vital role in the community, providing the support and opportunities to transform people’s lives. Many are facing the prospect of further cuts and potential closure at a time when young people have been left vulnerable due to the pandemic.“We hope that the Youth Centre Recovery Fund will go some way towards supporting these important institutions to the benefit of the next generation.”The Rausings recently announced that they would focus their support on young people for the start of this year, due to the impact of Covid-19 on their lives and opportunities. The first donation under this new focus, £1.5m, went to Greenhouse Sports. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Julia & Hans Rausing launch £8m Youth Centre Recovery Fund Melanie May | 16 March 2021 | News Tagged with: Funding Youth 488 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com.
Receive email alerts India: RSF denounces “systemic repression” of Manipur’s media April 27, 2021 Find out more News News February 23, 2021 Find out more IndiaAsia – Pacific IndiaAsia – Pacific Follow the news on India Organisation to go further News March 3, 2021 Find out more RSF demands release of detained Indian journalist Siddique Kappan, hospitalised with Covid-19 Reporters Without Borders is worried about the threats to online free expression in a new set of regulations on Internet usage, called “IT Rules 2011,” which have been issued last month by the ministry of information technology and communications. Ever since the 2008 bombings in Mumbai, the Indian authorities have been tightening Internet surveillance and legislation, including the 2000 Information Technology Act. While protecting national security is essential, it should not be at the expense of online free speech and the protection of the personal data of Internet users.Reporters Without Borders calls on the government and parliament to reconsider the new regulations.Turning service providers into Internet policemenThe new rules require Internet companies to withdraw offensive content – including content that is “obscene,” “harassing,” “libellous,” “hateful,” “harms minors” or “infringes copyright” – within 36 hours of being notified by the authorities or risk prosecution. Social networks and Internet access providers must state that such content is banned in their terms of services.This has the effect of turning technical intermediaries such as telecom companies, access providers, social networks and search engines into police auxiliaries and Web censors. The definition of illegal content is very vague.There has been strong criticism of the rules from the companies affected. The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) says they will hamper the development of social network in India. “The rules seem to step on the statutory side, biased towards the complainant,” an IAMAI spokesman said.” Even before a case is filed in court, the website has to take down the content. It might harm freedom of speech on the Internet.”A Google spokesman told Reporters Without Borders: “We believe that a free and open Internet is essential for the growth of digital economy and safeguarding freedom of expression. If Internet platforms are held liable for third party content, it would lead to self-censorship and reduce the free flow of information. The regulatory framework should ideally help protect Internet platforms and people’s abilities to access information.”The government rejected the criticism on 11 May, insisting that it remained “fully committed to freedom of speech and expression and the citizen’s rights.”Draconian new rules for Internet cafésFrom now on, Internet café operators will have to keep a copy of each client’s identity document for a year. They will also have to photograph their clients and keep their web browsing history from each visit. This data will have to be sent to the government each month.The regulations go so far as to tell Internet cafés how they should be furnished, including the size and orientation of the stands on which computers are placed in order to ensure that the screens can be monitored.The police are no longer responsible for supervising Internet cafés. This duty has now been transferred to the representatives of the agency that registers them.Smartphone and VoIP under pressureThe authorities have meanwhile for months been harassing Research In Motion, the BlackBerry smartphone’s Canadian manufacturer, for access to the BlackBerry’s encrypted services. The interior ministry, which is responsible for national security, is trying to get real-time access to all BlackBerry communications, including its corporate email service, called BlackBerry Enterprise Server. RIM insists that it does not have access to the encryption keys used by BES clients.The government is reportedly also planning to ask Google and Skype to provide it with a way to monitor their Internet telephony (VoIP) services. Last September, the interior minister warned that it might force RIM, Google and Skype to set up servers in India in order to facilitate surveillance by the security agencies. May 19, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 New rules reinforce Internet control and surveillance Help by sharing this information News RSF_en Indian journalist wrongly accused of “wantonly” inaccurate reporting
Twitter TAGSCoeliac Society of Irelandlimerick Advertisement Linkedin NewsCoeliac Society of Ireland and SuperValu host free Limerick By Staff Reporter – September 23, 2016 906 WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads WhatsApp Facebook Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Previous articleHuman shin bone found on banks of River ShannonNext articleThree Limerick business women compete for National awards Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Print Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Coeliac Society of IrelandTHE Coeliac Society of Ireland in association with SuperValu, will host a series of in-store information and sampling events that will kick off in County Limerick, aimed at assisting and informing those with gluten intolerances.October’s event kicks off in county Limerick next week before heading to Tuam, Cork, Mullingar and Dublin.Participants can look forward to sampling of gluten-free products, advice from The Coeliac Society, tips on understanding food labels plus an opportunity to speak with a dietician.Coeliac disease is estimated to affect 46,000 people in Ireland. It is an auto-immune disease, which prevents those affected from digesting gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. The disease can manifest itself at any stage in a person’s lifetime, with symptoms including abdominal pain, recurring mouth-ulcers, weight-loss, vomiting and diarrhoea. The health implications of undiagnosed coeliac disease are far reaching can include; fertility issues, osteoporosis and anaemia. The only treatment is a gluten-free dietSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Commenting in advance of the in-store events, Communications Manager of the Coeliac Society of Ireland, Sonya Sheils said “We are delighted to partner with SuperValu on this series of events. One in 100 people in Ireland has coeliac disease and it can be challenging for them to figure out what they can eat, as gluten is a common ingredient in food. I would encourage anyone who wants to find out more about coeliac disease and gluten-free living to attend an event in their local SuperValu store. Our staff will be on hand to help.”She added: “The Coeliac Society of Ireland provides up-to-date support and information for those suffering from coeliac disease, as well as for their families. This includes an invaluable Food List, which references all of the gluten-free products available on the Irish market. Members also receive monthly updates on new products. The Food List makes it easier for sufferers to choose wisely when eating out.”SuperValu Marketing Manager Tara Clifford said: “We are delighted to host this event in our Newcastlewest store. SuperValu has invested heavily in developing a range of gluten free products that offer good value and great taste. Our Food Academy programme has also produced a large number of innovative products demonstrating the potential for small producers to develop some nice niche products. The in-store event is a great opportunity to showcase the range of gluten-free produce available and for us to engage with our shoppers to get their views.”These free in-store events are open to the general public, including those who are simply interested in maintaining a gluten-free diet. No pre-booking required.Events details;Newcastlewest SuperValu In-store EventMonday, October 3, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pmDooley’s SuperValu – Bishop St, Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival
Scottish Power HR director Paul Pagliari has attacked incomprehensible jargon as an unnecessary obstacle that prevents personnel professionals from achieving their objectives.Pagliari singled out the term human capital as an “insult to employees that sends out all the wrong messages”.He told Personnel Today, “I think inappropriate use of terminology that line managers do not understand should be avoided at all costs.“You cannot be on a crusade where no-one understands what the crusade is or what the result will be when you win.“This is the big problem with some of these buzzwords. Instead of re-inventing HR they are re-inventing the terminology of HR.“You can write a lot of things down but words are cheap and what counts is whether or not you deliver.”Earlier this year, a Plain English Audit survey found “human capital” is the third most hated piece of jargon among business writers (Personnel Today, 4 April).Worst examples of HR jargon• Corporate alliancing• Critical mass• Supplier deflation• Operationalisation• Drive cycletime• People pipeline HR jargon? It’s just an insult to our intelligenceOn 11 Jul 2000 in Personnel Today
Business leaders blind to benefits of human capitalOn 5 Feb 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Most directors and chief executives are not aware of evidence linking peoplemanagement strategies with improved bottom line, according to a CIPD study. The report also finds the majority of board-level managers do not know goodHR practice has a bigger impact on an organisation’s performance thaninvestment in research and development. Voices from the Boardroom is based on interviews with 48 board-levelmanagers, including CEOs and HR directors from 16 organisations in the publicand private sectors. Most managers said it is clear good people management boosts organisationalperformance, but there is a lack of understanding about what works in practice.Respondents are confident about the impact of careful selection andperformance management, but much more unsure about the benefits of training andsharing information. CIPD director general, Geoff Armstrong, said the study shows more needs tobe done to raise awareness of the importance of HR to an organisation’sperformance. “Senior managers are unaware of the compelling evidence that linkspeople management with the bottom line,” he said. “This lack of awareness means boards are not getting the maximumbenefit from linking business and people strategies. People managementprofessionals are ideally placed to guide board colleagues and line managers inthis critical area of business. “The CIPD is committed to both building the evidence and defining whatworks in creating world-class enterprise.” Most chief executives questioned are positive about the HR function and afew very positive. But many are unclear about what to do with the function. Only 13 of the 48 board members questioned are aware of research linkingpeople management to the bottom line. www.cipd.co.ukBy Ben Willmott
Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFILE photo. torwai/iStock(NEW YORK) — Fiona Kolbinger, a 24-year-old cancer researcher from Germany, became the first woman to win the Transcontinental Race across Europe on Tuesday.In total, she cycled over 2,485 miles (4,000 kilometers) from Burgas, Bulgaria, to Brest, in the northwest coastal region of Brittany, France. It took her 10 days, 2 hours and 48 minutes.“I am so, so, surprised to win. Even now,” she said at the finish line, according to a statement released by the race organization. “When I was coming into the race I thought that maybe I could go for the women’s podium, but I never thought I could win the whole race.”Her historic victory was won out over 265 competitors, including 40 women and 225 men. The second-place winner was Ben Davies of Bristol, England, who finished the race in 10 days, 13 hours and 10 minutes — over 10 hours after Kolbinger.According to Kolbinger’s Strava account — an app that monitors a person’s cycling and running routes — she raced about 330 miles (531 kilometers) in nearly 24 hours on her 10th day in the Transcontinental Race.She described her last night in competition as “too long, too dark and too grim,” according to the race’s Instagram account.The Transcontinental Race, founded in 2013, is a self-supported race, meaning that competitors do not have support vehicles or teams to help with supplies, including food and accommodations.Aside from a start time, there are no organized breaks, so riders can stop to sleep or rest wherever and whenever they want. Riders also pick out their own courses, from the start to the finish line, including four mandatory “control points” along the way.Impressively, this was Kolbinger’s first ultra-distance race, according to the organization, and her reaction at the finish line hints she may come back for more to improve on her already spectacular performance.“I think I could have gone harder,” she told the race. “I could have slept less.”ABC News could not immediately reach Kolbinger for comment, as the race organization said she was resting.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. August 7, 2019 /Sports News – National German cycler becomes 1st woman to win 2,485-mile Transcontinental Race across Europe Written by
Week three of the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival continued on Friday, January 29, and Christoph Koschel (GER) took the day’s lead in the FEI Grand Prix CDI4* for freestyle, presented by U.S. P.R.E. Association piloting Eaton Unitechno. AGDF 3 continues through Sunday, January 31, and the circuit hosts 10 weeks of international and national dressage competition until April 4. Free live streaming and on-demand of select classes are available to view at GlobalDressageFestival.com.Koschel and Eaton Unitechno, a 2009 KWPN gelding by Wynton owned by Unitechno, Inc., rode to a score of 70.065%, the only combination in the day’s class to earn above a 70%.“He felt a bit spicy today,” began Koschel. “The horse is really expressive, but he can do better in the canter tour, so this is definitely something we want to improve. He has competed well lately, but the atmosphere is a little chilly tonight, and he knows this arena, but he was still a little nervous. For a start to this season, I was pretty happy with it.”Koschel, who is the coach of the Japanese dressage team, took over the ride from one of his team riders and expressed his gratitude for the talented mount. He explained, “He’s been in my stable for a while because he belongs to one of my Japanese team riders. He gave me the ride on this horse, and the horse was a little hot, so he thought it would be good if I took over. It was really kind of him, and his sponsor was very kind to let me ride the horse, so I am thankful for that. I am lucky that I can keep competing him!”Koschel’s winter plan is to give the gelding more time in the competition arena before taking him back to Europe for the summer. “We want to get as much experience together as we can get,” he continued, “and I am looking forward to my first freestyle with him on Sunday. When he feels good, I want to keep competing and see where we end up. We can do better with more suppleness and less tension, but that will come.”Canada’s Lindsay Kellock captured second place in the Grand Prix CDI4* for Freestyle, presented by U.S. P.R.E. Association with a 68.739% riding Sebastien, Lindsay Kellock and Enterprise Farm Equestrian LLC’s 2006 Rhinelander gelding by Sandro Hit. Third place was awarded to Michael Klimke (GER) aboard Harmony’s Diablo, a 2010 Hanoverian gelding by Desparados owned by Harmony Sporthorses. They received a score of 65.435%.Earlier in the day, Jodie Kelly-Baxley (USA) and her own 2011 KWPN gelding Grayton Beach (by Negro) rose to the occasion in the FEI Prix St. Georges CDI1*, presented by Adequan®, earning a 73.676%. Second place went to Germany’s Frederic Wandres aboard Harrods 3, Hof Kasselmann’s 2013 Hanoverian gelding by Hochadel, with a score of 72.529%. Third place went to the USA’s Steffen Peters and Boreas FRF, a 2012 Oldenburg stallion by Bordeaux owned by Five Rings Farm, finishing on a 71.735%.In the FEI Intermediare-I CDI3* presented by Adequan®, Cesar Parra (USA) and Mr. Bumblebee, a 2008 Danish Warmblood gelding by Sting owned by Equiventure LLC., and John and Karen Blank, earned their second victory of the week with a 71.441%. The second-place score was a 67.677%, awarded to Australian Sally Lofting riding Quinlan CF, a 2009 Oldenburg stallion by Quarterback owned by Janet Rubio. Michael Klimke (GER) and Harmony’s Astro followed in third place with a 67.353%. Harmony’s Astro is a 2013 Hanoverian gelding by Astrix owned by Harmony Sporthorses.The FEI Grand Prix CDI3* for Freestyle, presented by Horseware Ireland welcomed the win for Frederic Wandres (GER) and Rebroff 6, Hof Kasselmann’s 2009 Rhinelander gelding by Robespierrot. The pair won the class with a 69.761%. Second place in the FEI Grand Prix CDI3* for Freestyle, presented by Horseware Ireland was awarded to the USA’s Jan Ebeling aboard Indeed, Vantage Equestrian Group LI, LLC’s 2008 Danish Warmblood mare by Gorklintgards Indeera, earning a 69.370%. Nora Batchelder (USA) closed out the top three with a 67.065%, riding Sally Seaver’s 2003 American Warmblood mare, W Gangster Girl, by Sieger.Individuals Contest CPEDI3* Competition During AGDF3CPEDI3* competition presented by Adequan® and Nutrena® continued at AGDF on Friday January 29, with steady wins for Beatrice De Lavalette (USA) and Clarc in the FEI Para Individual Championship Grade II CPEDI3*, and Rebecca Hart (USA) and Fortune 500 in the FEI Individual Championship Grade III CPEDI3*, both presented by Adequan® and Nutrena®.It was De Lavalette and the 2007 KWPN gelding by Dreamcatcher’s second day on top of the Grade II leaderboard, and the 23-year-old was pleased with her horse’s performance and score of 72.549%. She said, “He was more in front of the leg today, and I was trying to go in there and wake him up after the extended walk, because yesterday that wasn’t a strength. I was happy with it overall though!”The pair have only been together for two-and-a-half months, but De Lavalette and the gelding are already meshing well. “My goal for the rest of the season is to score over 70%. Tokyo is also a big goal, but at the end of the day, we will trust the selection committee with making the right decision for the Team.”Second place in the FEI Para Individual Championship Grade II CPEDI3*, presented by Adequan® and Nutrena® went to Alanna Flax-Clark (USA) and her own 2004 NRPS gelding El Paso by Elegant, with a score of 66.919%. Laurietta Oakleaf (USA) earned third with a 56.313% aboard Comte de Baccara C, a 2007 KWPN gelding by Johnson TN, owned by Oakleaf and Tammi Nowicki.Hart, who finished second in yesterday’s Team Test, came into the day’s ride with a new game plan that earned her a 72.941%. She said, “We read all of the judges’ comments from yesterday and really took those to heart. We worked on the connection, the outline, and the harmony in the test, so it was nice to get that feedback and deliver.”Hart and the 2010 Oldenburg gelding by Fidertanz 2, owned by Rowan O’Riley, have been working on perfecting the basics. She explained, “We’ve been working hard on the little things during COVID, getting his walk to be clearer and more through and focusing on those simple things that add up to bigger things.”The FEI Para Individual Championship Grade III CPEDI3*, presented by Adequan® and Nutrena® saw second place go to the USA’s Charlotte Merle-Smith and Guta, a 2011 KWPN mare by Vivaldi, with a 71.323%. The third-place position was rounded out by Lauren Barwick (CAN) and Lee Garrod’s Sandrino, a 2012 Westfalian gelding by Spirit of Westfalia, with a 69.265%.First place in the FEI Para Individual Championship Grade I CPEDI3*, presented by Adequan® and Nutrena® went to Roxanne Trunnell (USA) and Karen Flint’s Dolton, a 2012 Hanoverian gelding by Danone I, with a 79.345%. Second place honored Sydney Collier (USA) and All In One, a 2009 Hanoverian gelding by Abanos owned by Going for Gold LLC and Katie Robicheaux, who earned a 73.155%. Third place went to Deborah Stanitski (USA) and her own 2006 Danish Warmblood mare by de Noir, Skovlunds de Nice, with a 68.512%.Kate Shoemaker was once again the winner of Grade IV, this time in the FEI Para Individual Championship Grade IV CPEDI3*, presented by Adequan® and Nutrena®. Shoemaker piloted Solitaer 40, a 2007 Hanoverian stallion (Sandro Hit) owned by Kate, Craig, and Deena Shoemaker, to a score of 73.252%. Shoemaker also earned another win in the FEI Para Novice Test B Grade IV CPEDI1* with Barneby 29, a 2011 Hanoverian gelding by Benetton Dream FRH, owned by Kate, Craig, and Deena Shoemaker, earning a 72.857%.The FEI Para Individual Championship Grade V CPEDI3*, presented by Adequan® and Nutrena® welcomed Cayla Van Der Walt (RSA) as the winner, earning a blue riding Daturo II, a 2006 gelding by Mirlito XI owned by Van Der Walt and Christine Heathman, with a 68.611%. Second place went to Cynthia Screnci (USA) and Eragon VF, a 2009 KWPN gelding by Don Romantic owned by Cynthia Screnci and Volado Farms, with a 63.968%. Third place went to Katie Jackson (USA) and Scrabble, her own 2006 Hanoverian gelding by Sandro Hit, with a 62.183%.Competition at AGDF 3 will continue tomorrow with a full schedule of classes, including the FEI Intermediare A CDI3*, and the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI3* presented by ProElite, before the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI4*, presented by Havensafe Farm, beginning at 1:10 PM. For more information and to see a full list of results, visit www.globaldressagefestival.com.FEI Grand Prix CDI4* for Freestyle, presented by U.S. P.R.E. Association:1. Christoph Koschel (GER) on Eaton Unitechno, Unitechno, Inc.’s 2009 KWPN gelding by Wynton: 68.043, 71.630, 70.435, 71.739, 68.478; 70.065%2. Lindsay Kellock (CAN) on Sebastien, Lindsay Kellock and Enterprise Farm Equestrian LLC.’s 2006 Rhinelander gelding by Sandro Hit: 67.283, 69.457, 68.804, 70.109, 68.043; 68.7393. Michael Klimke (GER) on Harmony’s Diablo, Harmony Sporthorses’ 2010 Hannoverian gelding by Desparados: 64.891, 64.674, 66.196, 65.978, 65.435; 65.435%4. Güenter Seidel (USA) on Equirelle, Leatherdale Farms and Louise Leatherdale’s 2009 KWPN mare by Florett AS: 63.478, 62.717, 63.478, 63.478, 63.804; 63.391%5. Ivo Juhrend (NED) on Cover Girl, Jaron Verheij’s 2007 KWPN mare by Johnson TN: 62.174, 65.000, 62.935, 61.739, 61.739; 62.717%6. Jaron Verheij (NED) on Dutch D-Day, his own KWPN gelding by Johnson TN: 62.717, 64.239, 64.348, 63.261, 57.609; 62.435%7. Joanne Vaughn (GEO) on Al Martino 10, Joanne Vaughn’s 2004 Holsteiner gelding by Almoretto: 59.348, 64.783, 62.174, 59.130, 61.304; 61.348% Tags: Lindsay Kellock, AGDF, Sebastien, FEI Grand Prix CDI4* for Freestyle, Email* We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. 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