Management of lines – Sail Theory http://sailtheory.com/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 15:18:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://sailtheory.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-25T011712.182-150x150.png Management of lines – Sail Theory http://sailtheory.com/ 32 32 Ford India management and employee union sign severance package https://sailtheory.com/ford-india-management-and-employee-union-sign-severance-package/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 14:49:04 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/ford-india-management-and-employee-union-sign-severance-package/ U.S. automaker Ford said company management and its union at the Chennai auto plant – Chennai Ford Employees Union (CFEU), representing 2,592 permanent employees, signed a settlement agreement on Friday, concluding negotiations on severance pay. The company has been working to finalize the settlement package for workers after its announcement in September 2021 to close […]]]>

U.S. automaker Ford said company management and its union at the Chennai auto plant – Chennai Ford Employees Union (CFEU), representing 2,592 permanent employees, signed a settlement agreement on Friday, concluding negotiations on severance pay.

The company has been working to finalize the settlement package for workers after its announcement in September 2021 to close its nearly three-decade-old car production operations in India. Last week, Ford India said it had reached an agreement with the CFEU on final severance pay.

“The severance settlement agreement signed today between Ford and the Chennai union is a significant milestone and a win-win situation for all involved,” said Balasundaram Radhakrishnan, Chief Transformation Officer at Ford India.

The final settlement package (an average equivalent of 140 days gross salary per completed year of service and an additional lump sum of ₹1.5 lakh per employee) signed on Friday translates to an average of around 5.2/62 months of salary for each employee (from a minimum of 4.1 years or 49 months to a maximum of 9.0 years or 108 months).

The last date of hire for all employees will be September 30, 2022 and the company is advising employees of next steps and will seek to complete exit formalities,

“Keeping in mind the upcoming festival month, the company, as a measure of goodwill, has also decided to pay an additional amount equivalent to 1 month’s gross salary as a hiring benefit for the employees. who complete the exit process by October 14, 2022 We thank our employees in advance for their patience and support in the process and remain grateful to the Tamil Nadu government and labor officials for their guidance,” a- he added.

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Why Chemours shares fell this week https://sailtheory.com/why-chemours-shares-fell-this-week/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 19:30:26 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/why-chemours-shares-fell-this-week/ What happened While the general gloom in the market is driving the S&P500 headed for a drop of more than 5% this week, investors are mostly pessimistic about Chemours (CC -5.33%). As of 2:05 p.m. ET, shares of Chemours are down 20.7% since the market closed last Friday, according to data from S&P Global Market […]]]>

What happened

While the general gloom in the market is driving the S&P500 headed for a drop of more than 5% this week, investors are mostly pessimistic about Chemours (CC -5.33%). As of 2:05 p.m. ET, shares of Chemours are down 20.7% since the market closed last Friday, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence.

In addition to overall concerns about the economy, investors overwhelmingly clicked the sell button on Chemours shares after the company lowered its adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) forecast on Wednesday. for 2022. Some bearish attention from Wall Street, meanwhile, has been a further catalyst for the titanium stock’s decline.

So what

In a press release discussing its outlook for 2022, Chemours said it expects a less profitable year than it had originally expected. In its second quarter 2022 results presentation, management had forecast adjusted EBITDA of $1.475 billion to $1.575 billion for 2022. Now, however, the company expects to generate adjusted EBITDA of $1.4 billion. dollars to $1.45 billion, down 7% in the middle of the ranges. While the bottom line may not be as strong as management initially expected, the midpoint of the new guidance is a 9% increase over what the company reported in 2021.

In response to the company’s business update, several analysts have revised their price targets on Chemours shares.

  • RBC Capital analyst Arun Viswanathan lowered the price target to $35 from $48.
  • Matthew DeYoe at Bank of America reduced the price target to $36 from $44.
  • BMO cut its price target to $46 from $55.

Now what

It’s no surprise that analysts have turned bearish on Chemours shares, with management forecasting a less profitable 2022. It’s unclear what time frame analysts are basing their price targets on. Often, Wall Street has shorter investment horizons than the three to five year minimum holding periods favored by long-term investors. As a result, investors interested in a top titanium stock like Chemours can pick it up at a discount with shares now valued at just 4.7 times forward earnings.

Scott Levin has no position in the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has no position in the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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Program Manager (Nationals Only) – Syrian Arab Republic https://sailtheory.com/program-manager-nationals-only-syrian-arab-republic/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 10:53:11 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/program-manager-nationals-only-syrian-arab-republic/ job description: The Program Manager will assist and work under the day-to-day supervision of the Country Representative, with technical support and strategic oversight from Wash and Shelter, and Child Protection and Education Advisors, and other technical advisors of Tdh (if applicable). He/She is responsible for the direct definition, implementation and supervision of Tdh’s programming in […]]]>

job description:

The Program Manager will assist and work under the day-to-day supervision of the Country Representative, with technical support and strategic oversight from Wash and Shelter, and Child Protection and Education Advisors, and other technical advisors of Tdh (if applicable). He/She is responsible for the direct definition, implementation and supervision of Tdh’s programming in Syria and the development of the programmatic aspects of the mission.

He/she is responsible for ensuring that projects are implemented in accordance with contractually agreed objectives, scope, durations, budgets and donor compliance obligations. When there are significant challenges to the implementation or if there is a need for modifications, he/she is required to report the issue to his/her line manager for handling. He/she works in perfect harmony with the multi-sectoral strategy of the project and the programmatic strategy of Tdh Syria as defined for the areas of intervention. It works in close coordination with governmental and non-governmental agencies, with the cluster system, to develop, monitor and guide multi-sectoral response projects. The Program Manager will also be responsible for managing capacity building activities.

He/she also acts as the technical lead for all basic needs response activities in his/her accountability projects, with the support of relevant technical coordinators and/or advisors.

In addition to project management and technical oversight, he/she should lead relevant needs assessments and provide insights for project design and implementation at the proposal and strategy level, as well as support for fundraising, recruitment and supply, liaison and liaison with other sectors in general and child protection/education, WASH/shelter and health. In addition, he/she oversees the monitoring and evaluation of emergency response activities and supports coordination with relevant clusters and working groups, and more specifically with our local partners.

Main responsibilities:

1. Program management:

  • Develops, implements and monitors basic needs and response projects, in line with multiple objectives, activities and targets outlined in current donor proposals and in line with project budgets.
  • Develops, implements and monitors basic needs and response projects, in line with multiple objectives, activities and targets outlined in current donor proposals and in line with project budgets.
  • Ensures that activities are properly monitored and evaluated and modified according to the needs and context of the population.
  • Conducts initial and regular impact assessments of projects and activities.
  • Forecast and track project expenses.
  • Participate in budget review exercises.
  • Prepares purchase requisitions in a timely manner based on project needs.
  • Supports actions required by the administration related to the management and supervision of the team.
  • Identifies logistical and administrative support needs related to the project and communicates them to the Country Representative and the relevant logistical/administrative support person.
  • Ensure that appropriate channels and processes are implemented to comply with the principles of accountability to affected populations

2. Hierarchical management and human resources management:

  • Daily supervision of field teams,
  • Participates in recruiting the team and reviewing job descriptions
  • Ensures that the whole team has a clear understanding of Tdh CP’s mandate and the scope of the project in the areas of intervention
  • Leads and manages staff, encourages effective teamwork, and provides supervision and guidance, including regular and constructive feedback.
  • Reports incidents and difficulties encountered with any staff member to the Country Representative.
  • Organizes and leads weekly team meetings and provides weekly program update to relevant people

3. Technical skills

  • Implement projects focused on humanitarian response and early recovery
  • Coordination of multi-sectoral response (child protection, WASH and health sector)
  • Design of capacity building tools and methodologies for local partners
  • Project cycle management

4. Project strategy and planning

  • In collaboration with Tdh’s CP/Education and WASH/Health Advisors, participates in the design of strategies and objectives for better support for beneficiaries and actively contributes to its monitoring, evaluation and revision
  • Participates in multi-sector needs assessments.
  • Proposes new activities and assesses response methods, based on assessed needs.
  • Organize team meetings, start workshops and project reviews with the participation of team members and partners

5. Reports

  • Provides compiled meeting minutes to country representative
  • Ensures monthly PFUs are updated
  • Contribute to project progress reporting
  • Develop project reports based on donor requirements

6. Security

  • Complies with Tdh safety rules.
  • Reports any safety/security incidents and/or risks to the country representative
  • Informs the supervised teams of the security rules defined by the Country Program**.**
  • Prepare travel plans for program team members

seven. Child protection policy

  • Commits to abide by the Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct.
  • Report any cases of child abuse identified by the child protection team to the country representative. Strict confidentiality must be respected.

8. Others

  • Assumes any other duties that may be determined by the Country Representative and that are compatible with the position.

Skills:

Knowledge:

  • Professional university degree in social sciences, social work or relevant field Mandatory. Favorite master.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the progressive management of international projects and teams with NGOs or international organizations is mandatory.
  • Project management experience is mandatory; a relevant degree in PM is preferred.
  • Experience in multi-sectoral programming of basic needs, including in Tdh’s intervention sectors is an advantage, child protection, WASH/Shelter, Health.
  • Experience working in accordance with contractual requirements of institutional funders is mandatory

Skills:

  • Required qualities: organized, sense of human relations, diplomacy, sense of communication, ability to work under pressure, autonomy, reliability, team spirit.
  • Desirable: proactive, rigorous, analytical, willingness and motivation to work in an international and intercultural context.

Languages ​​:

  • Excellent written and spoken Arabic and English.

How to register

Are you interested? Do you want to take up this challenge? Please send your application in English – CV and cover letter – by email to che.mena@tdh.ch mentioning the reference: Tdh Program Manager/Syria. The deadline for applications is Thursday, September 29.

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NUTRITION PROJECT COORDINATOR – Somalia https://sailtheory.com/nutrition-project-coordinator-somalia/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 09:55:03 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/nutrition-project-coordinator-somalia/ ANPPCAN Somaliland is a child rights organization. It was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Hargeisa, Somaliland. ANPPCAN Somaliland is a humanitarian and development organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls and boys. We aspire to a just country, working with children, young people, our supporters and our partners. ANPPCAN Somaliland strives […]]]>

ANPPCAN Somaliland is a child rights organization. It was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Hargeisa, Somaliland. ANPPCAN Somaliland is a humanitarian and development organization that advances children’s rights and equality for girls and boys. We aspire to a just country, working with children, young people, our supporters and our partners.

ANPPCAN Somaliland strives to protect and promote all inherent and indivisible rights of children, whoever they are and wherever they are in Somaliland. We work every day to give children a good start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We enable children, their families and communities to meet their basic needs and increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Nutrition Program Coordinator

Location: Burao, Togdheer region

Position Summary

The Nutrition Program Coordinator shall provide overall leadership and management of ANPPCAN Somaliland nutrition activities in the Togdheer region under the direction of the Nutrition Program Manager. She/He participates in key decision making for nutrition program in Burao, Oodwayne, Buuhoodle and Ainabo as a member of ANPPCAN nutrition team. In collaboration with the nutrition program manager and program staff, the post holder participates in the definition of intervention priorities and the development of the necessary contacts and relations with the government, non-governmental organizations, donors and agencies. United Nations on the ground. The Nutrition Program Coordinator will be expected to ensure timely, quality, accountable and protection-sensitive delivery of nutrition intervention in Togdheer region in line with national and international guidelines.

main responsibilities

  • Overall management of day-to-day activities of nutrition and integrated nutrition program in Burao, Ainabo, Odweine and Buuhoodle districts of Somaliland;
  • Coordinate the different components of the program by ensuring a strong link between community activities, MIYCN, OTP, SC, MNP and ECD services to be implemented in 25 health centers, 2 hospitals and 75 community nutrition sites;
  • Supervise and support community nutrition workers to implement quality community mobilization for the success of MIYCN, MNP, ECD and Mother-Led-MUAC interventions.
  • Update the Nutrition Program Manager on the implementation of the MIYCN, OTP, SC, MNP, ECD and Mother MUAC approach on a weekly basis;
  • Conduct joint supportive supervision and capacity assessment of MIYCN, OTP, SC, MNP and ECD departments with MoHD and incorporate findings into monthly progress report;
  • Monitor the management of nutritional stocks; monitor consumption rates and ensure supplies are ordered in a timely manner;
  • Ensure that all criteria are met and understood by nutrition workers, including admission, discharge and transfer to and from different program components in accordance with IYCF, IMAM and MNP protocols;
  • Lead regular nutrition staff meetings
  • Prepare progress reports and statistical reports on a weekly and monthly basis and submit them to the Nutrition Program Manager.
  • Ensure that all health facilities supported by ANPPCAN in Somaliland are equipped with all necessary tools, supplies, medicines and visibility materials (e.g. monitoring charts, recording and reporting tools, ECD kits, MUAC strips, scales, medications, RUTF, advice cards, companion reference, etc.);
  • Ensure that the catchment areas of each health facility and community nutrition site are properly demarcated and their population is listed and properly documented, maintained and archived for reference;
  • Participate in the drafting of donor proposals for nutrition interventions if necessary;
  • When delegated, act in the role of nutrition program manager in his/her absence; and
  • Participate in any other task as needed.

Coordination:

  • Proactively communicate and coordinate with other ANPPCAN teams in Somaliland (program and support functions) to ensure safe, timely, efficient and accountable achievement of goals and targets;
  • Represent ANPPCAN Somaliland at meetings relevant to ANPPCAN Somaliland’s nutrition work in the Togdheer region, including meetings with partners, donors, government officials and cluster/sector coordination meetings;
  • Ensure that ANPPCAN Somaliland’s programming approach is known and properly understood by all stakeholders in the field; and
  • Liaise proactively and build good relationships with INGOs, UN, local authority officials, community representatives and any other relevant stakeholders on the ground helping to shape the overall nutritional status of the Togdheer population .

Administration, Human Resources, Logistics and Supply:

  • Plan program supply needs and regularly distribute them to all target health facilities on time;
  • Regularly monitor staff performance against their job description and set goals;
  • Create the conditions to ensure effective teamwork and strict adherence to morale;
  • Ensure that all service providers clearly understand and carry out their tasks in accordance with personal work plans, humanitarian principles, core values, code of conduct and SPHERE standards;
  • Contribute to communications, program visibility and promotional work, as required;
  • Provide appropriate and timely feedback to nutrition program staff regarding their performance; and
  • Manage nutritional stocks; monitor consumption rates and ensure supplies are ordered in a timely manner;

Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning and Reporting:

  • Integrate MEAL approaches and activities into program plans and operations, outlining how MEAL will be implemented at each stage of the program cycle;
  • Support the MEAL Focal Point in setting up the MEAL system, data collection tools and a formal mechanism to capture, monitor, respond to and act on community feedback and complaints.
  • Based on the results, lessons, feedback and evaluation data generated by the MEAL system, identify and use the best approaches to provide communities with relevant and actionable activities and information to save and improve lives.
  • Ensure that successes are regularly documented to showcase program improvement over time and demonstrate the value of program activities.

Compliance, Ethics and PSEA and GEI:

  • Actively promote PSEA (Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse) standards within ANPPCAN Somaliland and among beneficiaries served by ANPPCAN Somaliland;
  • Ensure that all staff and volunteers receive basic training on PSEA and complaints handling;
  • Complies with ANPPCAN Somaliland policies and practices with respect to child and adult protection, code of conduct, health and safety, equal opportunity and other relevant policies and procedures;
  • Promotes and encourages a culture of compliance and ethics throughout ANPPCAN Somaliland;
  • As applicable, maintain a clear understanding of, and abide by, ANPPCAN Somaliland and donor compliance and ethics standards;
  • Promotes a productive work environment abiding by the Code of Conduct with zero tolerance for verbal and physical abuse or discrimination against others on the basis of race, color, gender or creed; and
  • Understands and practices responsibilities under Safeguarding and GEI policies and the ANPCAN Somaliland Code of Conduct (CoC), ensuring that concerns are reported and managed in accordance with appropriate procedures.
  • Ensures that all unit personnel are properly inducted and understand their role in adhering to ANPPCAN Somaliland safeguard policies and code of conduct;
  • Ensure that the ANPPCAN Somaliland Adult and Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct are fully integrated into day-to-day work; and
  • Performs work with the highest level of integrity.

Qualifications and experience

  • Master’s degree with a minimum of 4 years of experience in public health, nutrition, nursing or any related field;
  • MBBS/Bachelor’s degree with 4 years of direct work experience in nutrition program and implementation of nutrition intervention programs;
  • Understanding of nutrition surveillance and information systems;
  • Proven ability and experience in planning and conducting a formal nutrition training session, including IMAM and IYCF;
  • Proven ability to supervise, train and mentor local staff and community nutrition workers;
  • Excellent communication skills and a willingness to be respectful, kind, sensitive and empathetic with children and their caregivers;
  • Willingness and ability to be flexible and accommodating in the face of difficult and frustrating working conditions;
  • Strong report writing and computer skills
  • Fluency in written and spoken English and Somali
  • Commitment and understanding of the objectives, values ​​and principles of ANPPCAN in Somaliland
  • Computer proficiency in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

How to register

How to register

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and cover letter with your application, and include details of your salary expectations to: hr@anppcansom.org, and copy to khadar.ahmed@anppcansom.org using the position as subject from email.

Application information:

We are proud to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, age or disability. Due to the urgent need for the position, applications received will be reviewed on a rolling basis. ANPPCAN Somaliland never asks job applicants for a fee, payment or other monetary transaction. If you are asked for money in connection with this recruitment, please report integrity@anppcansom.org.

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Prospecting lines and defensive pairings – September 16 https://sailtheory.com/prospecting-lines-and-defensive-pairings-september-16/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 02:20:19 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/prospecting-lines-and-defensive-pairings-september-16/ BUFFALO — The Canadiens skated at LECOM Harborcenter Friday morning ahead of their 2022 Prospects Challenge game against the Devils. SHOP: Canadiens Gray Backpack Here are the lines and defensive pairings presented by Laval Rocket head coach Jean-François Houle: friday september 16morning skating L.W. VS RW 43 – Xavier Simoneau 48 – Philippe Mesar 82 […]]]>

BUFFALO — The Canadiens skated at LECOM Harborcenter Friday morning ahead of their 2022 Prospects Challenge game against the Devils.

SHOP: Canadiens Gray Backpack

Here are the lines and defensive pairings presented by Laval Rocket head coach Jean-François Houle:

friday september 16
morning skating
L.W. VS RW
43 – Xavier Simoneau 48 – Philippe Mesar 82 – Lucas Condotta
51 – Emile Heineman 62-Owen Beck 86 – Riley’s Kidney

89 – Cedrick Guindon

15-Brett Stapley 45 – Pierrick Dube
93-Ryan Francis

76- Jared Davidson

85 – John Parker Jones
LD DR g
59 – Mattias Norlinder 54 – Jordan Harris 37-Riley Mercer
36 – Gianni Beaufrere 78 – Santino Centorame 39 – Joe Vrbetic
84 – Guillaume Trudeau 57 – Michel Tourigny 70 – Antoine Coulombe


SUPPLEMENTS: Juraj SlafkovskyJan Mysak, Justin BarrenArber Xhekaj, Kaiden Guhle


The Canadiens are coming off a 4-3 loss to the Sabers rookies on Thursday night.

Heineman, Mesar and Beck scored for Montreal.

Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: A precision jobStick prep#GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/GbT6BIpbr8

All games at Buffalo will be streamed live on the team’s official website, canadians.com.

Sébastien Goulet provides the French play-by-play of the action. The puck drop is at 7 p.m. ET.

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Chief Executive Leadership Institute honors Honeywell’s Darius Adamczyk with Legend in Leadership Award https://sailtheory.com/chief-executive-leadership-institute-honors-honeywells-darius-adamczyk-with-legend-in-leadership-award/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 18:23:07 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/chief-executive-leadership-institute-honors-honeywells-darius-adamczyk-with-legend-in-leadership-award/ Darius Adamczyk, President and CEO of Honeywell, will receive the Yale Legend in Leadership Award from the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute during the Yale CEO Caucus in Washington, DC on September 14. The award will be presented by Lynn Good, President, President and CEO of Duke Energy Corporation; and Doug Parker, President of American […]]]>

Darius Adamczyk, President and CEO of Honeywell, will receive the Yale Legend in Leadership Award from the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute during the Yale CEO Caucus in Washington, DC on September 14. The award will be presented by Lynn Good, President, President and CEO of Duke Energy Corporation; and Doug Parker, President of American Airlines Group.

Caucus organizer Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, senior associate dean for leadership studies at the Yale School of Management, said:

“Although Darius Adamczyk rarely seeks the limelight, his bold leadership in areas such as environment, social and governance (ESG) provides a remarkable model for how CEOs in manufacturing, aviation and technology can truly transform their organizations’ approach and impact on sustainability.

“Leveraging Honeywell’s 115-year roots in innovation, Adamczyk leads his organization in delivering an impressive array of transformative sustainability solutions across multiple industries.

For instance:

  • Solstice, a new generation of low hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants, which reduces CO2 emissions by more than 99% compared to previous models;
  • Green jet fuel from renewable oils (from Honeywell’s exclusive Ecofining process), which reduces aircraft greenhouse gas emissions by 65%;
  • Green diesel, which allows an 85% reduction in road and rail transport;
  • Flow batteries, which allow excess wind and solar energy to be stored, transported and used when needed in collaboration with Duke Energy;
  • Hydrogen delivery systems, which offer an emerging and sustainable alternative to natural gas;
  • technology for LNG pretreatment and processing solutions; and proprietary cloud-based sustainability-focused analysis software with multiple applications, ranging from reducing unnecessary energy costs in standard commercial building management systems to optimizing aircraft routes around take-offs and landings in through the optimization of warehouse and logistics operations.

“These impactful solutions, made possible under Adamczyk’s leadership, set the benchmark for meaningful legacy business contributions to the sustainability of key industries in aviation, transportation, heating, logistics, materials, home and building technologies, personal devices, etc. only in the United States, but in international markets such as China, where Honeywell is a key supplier of renewable energy technologies.

“Honeywell has also been doing its part to fight COVID. In addition to the company’s vaunted mask manufacturing operations, which produced hundreds of millions of face masks during the depths of the crisis, Honeywell has also helped countries in need. hardest hit. In India alone, they have established Covid intensive care centers in five cities, equipped with beds, oxygen, personal protective equipment kits and basic medical infrastructure.

“Honeywell was added to the NASDAQ 100 technology index this year, in addition to joining the 30-stock Dow Jones Industrial Average last year, and not a single analyst has a negative rating on Honeywell stock in all major investment banks. Clearly, this is just the beginning. Honeywell’s long-term transformation around sustainability and technology in key markets of energy, life sciences and of digitization, combined with the company’s impressive financial performance with an order backlog approaching $30 billion, will continue to fuel continued sustainable growth for years to come.

The theme for this year’s caucus is “CEOs, Governance, and Strategic Direction: Business Priorities for Global Stability and National Harmony.” The event promises to be a lively and candid discussion with prominent global business leaders from all sectors.

Conference partners include Alix Partners, Cowen, Edelman, EY, Heidrick & Struggles, NewsGuard, Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg, Stagwell and UPS.

About the Legend of Leadership Award

The Legend in Leadership Award was established 25 years ago to honor current and former CEOs who serve as living legends to inspire CEOs across industries, sectors and nations. Past recipients include: Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine; Doug Parker, president of American Airlines; Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer; Alex Gorsky, CEO of Johnson & Johnson; Lynn Good, CEO, Duke Energy; Lisa Su, CEO of AMD; Anthony Fauci, MD, director of NIAID; Doug McMillon, CEO, Walmart; Arne Sorenson, CEO, Marriott International; Andrew J. Young, Mayor (1982-1990), Atlanta, Georgia, and United States Ambassador to the United Nations (1977-1979); Brian C. Cornell, President and CEO, Target Corporation; Doug McMillan, President and CEO, Walmart; Ivan G. Seidenberg, President and CEO, Verizon Communications; Ken Frazier, Chairman and CEO, Merck & Co.; Randall L. Stephenson, Chairman and CEO, AT&T; Colin Powell, retired U.S. Army four-star general, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989–93) and 65th U.S. Secretary of State (2001–05); Virginia M. (Ginni) Rometty, President, President and CEO, IBM Corporation; Janet Yellen, United States Treasury Secretary; Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever PLC; Mary T. Barra, president and CEO of General Motors Company; Brian Moynihan, Chairman and CEO, Bank of America; David M. Rubenstein, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman, The Carlyle Group; Leonard S. Schleifer, President and CEO, and George D. Yancopoulos, President and Chief Scientific Officer, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals; Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast; Marillyn Hewson, CEO, Lockheed Martin; Jamie Dimon, CEO, JPMorgan Chase; and Ken Chenault, President and CEO, American Express. The full list of recipients is available online.

About Honeywell, Chairman and CEO, Darius Adamczyk

Darius Adamczyk is Chairman and CEO of Honeywell. He was elected president of Honeywell in April 2018. Previously, he was named president and chief executive officer in March 2017 after serving for a year as president and chief operating officer. In these roles, Darius focused on accelerating Honeywell’s organic growth, expanding margins, transforming the company into a leading software industry, effectively deploying capital, and building a culture of high performance.

Darius joined the company in 2008 when Metrologic, where he served as Managing Director, was acquired by Honeywell. He served as president of Honeywell Scanning and Mobility for four years, doubling the size of the company, before leading a two-year turnaround as president of Honeywell Process Solutions. In 2014, Darius was promoted to President and CEO of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies.

Prior to joining Honeywell, Darius held several management positions at Ingersoll Rand and Booz Allen Hamilton. He started his career as an electrical engineer at General Electric in 1988.

Born in Poland on February 8, 1966, Darius emigrated to the United States when he was 11 years old. He earned his MBA from Harvard University, a master’s degree in computer engineering from Syracuse University, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Michigan State University. . Darius has also completed the GE Edison engineering program, as well as numerous executive development courses at Wharton and Duke, among other institutions.

He received the Corporate Social Responsibility Award from the Foreign Policy Association as well as the John D. Ryder Electrical and Computer Engineering Alumni Award from Michigan State University. He was also named “Best CEO” by Institutional Investor in its 2019 All-America Leadership Team, and “Most Admired CEO” by Charlotte Business Journal in 2020.

Darius is vice president of the US-China Business Council, a board member of the Business Roundtable, and a member of the Business Council and the Aspen Economic Strategy Group. Additionally, he was elected to the Johnson & Johnson Board of Directors in 2022.

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| The deadline for online private land removal repair request is 12 NM September. https://sailtheory.com/the-deadline-for-online-private-land-removal-repair-request-is-12-nm-september/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 16:18:13 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/the-deadline-for-online-private-land-removal-repair-request-is-12-nm-september/ September 7, 2022 – Calf Canyon Fire Update Acres: 341,735| Containment: 100% | Total workforce : 508| Start date: Hermit Peak: April 6, 2022; Calf Canyon: April 19, 2022 | Cause: Hermits Peak: spotting prescribed burning fires; Calf Canyon: Residual fire from a prescribed pile burn | Location: 12 miles northwest of Las Vegas, New […]]]>

September 7, 2022 – Calf Canyon Fire Update

Acres: 341,735| Containment: 100% | Total workforce : 508| Start date: Hermit Peak: April 6, 2022; Calf Canyon: April 19, 2022 | Cause: Hermits Peak: spotting prescribed burning fires; Calf Canyon: Residual fire from a prescribed pile burn | Location: 12 miles northwest of Las Vegas, New Mexico | Fuels: Heavy mixed conifer, ponderosa pine, brush and grass

Strong points: The Southwest Incident Management Team 5 returned to take command of the Calf Canyon Incident on Monday, August 5. Team 5 is happy to be back and serving local communities again.

Private landowners whose property has been damaged due to fire suppression operations will have until September 12 to use the online Private Land Fire Suppression Repair Survey. Only the online option will be removed. The Private Land Removal Repair Hotline will remain open for new and existing removal repair requests. Individuals with questions or concerns regarding any new or existing applications should call 720-417-8048.

The Santa Fe National Forest and Carson National Forest districts most affected by the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire are issuing free personal-use firewood permits for up to five cords of deadwood and of down. Permits and additional information are available at the following offices: Las Vegas Ranger Station – 1926 N. 7th Street, Las Vegas, NM – 505-425-3534; Pecos Ranger Station – 32 S. Main Street, Pecos, NM – 505-757-6121; or Supervisor’s Office – 11 Forest Lane, Santa Fe, NM – 505-438-5300

Operations: Crews continue to make progress with suppression repair activities in the Calf Canyon fire area, including the removal and transportation of wood products that were generated when the lines of control were established during efforts fire suppression. These efforts will continue as time and conditions permit.

Closures and restrictions: Current information on closure and restrictions can be found on the Santa Fe – Alerts and Notices Page (https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/santafe/alerts-notices) and Carson National Forest – Alerts and Notices Page (https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/carson/alerts-notices). Both forests are actively assessing conditions looking for opportunities to reduce closed areas as soon as possible keeping public and firefighter safety a top priority. As hunting season begins, details and maps of newly reopened areas will continue to be updated on the Santa Fe and Carson Forestry Alerts and Advisories webpages and on forestry social media.

Time: The region will continue to experience a warming and drying trend this week, with temperatures in the 80s.

Fire Flood and recovery resources: 2022 Wildfire Hotline: https://www.nmdhsem.org/2022-wildfires/ | Following the Wildfire guide to New Mexico: https://www.afterwildfirenm.org/ | Emergency response to areas burned by the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/8104/

For any questions or concerns regarding flooding, please call New Mexico State Emergency Operations Center at 1-800-432-2080. For a federal disaster with fire or flood damage to your primary residence, please call FEMA Hotline at 1-800-621-3362.

Private Land Abolition Reparation Inquiry (English and Spanish): https://www.tinyurl.com/suppressionrepair Call 720-417-8048 help.

Information about the fire: Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. | Phone: 505-356-2636| Email: 2022.hermitspeak@firenet.gov

Online fire information resources: inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/8069/ | https://www.facebook.com/santafeNF/| nmfireinfo.com |Santa Fe National Forest Twitter (https://t.co/JiGpZ1sovK) | tinyurl.com/HermitsYouTube | Santa Fe National Fforest (https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/santafe/home) | Carson National Fforest (https://www.fs.usda.gov/carson)

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Commanders Name Ryan Kerrigan Assistant Defensive Line Coach https://sailtheory.com/commanders-name-ryan-kerrigan-assistant-defensive-line-coach/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 22:14:00 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/commanders-name-ryan-kerrigan-assistant-defensive-line-coach/ Comment this story Comment Ryan Kerrigan never really left the game after announcing his retirement from football at the end of July. On Monday, the Washington Commanders’ all-time bag leader was named assistant defensive line coach, giving the top five a familiar and respected face alongside Jeff Zgonina, who was recently promoted to defensive line […]]]>

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Ryan Kerrigan never really left the game after announcing his retirement from football at the end of July.

On Monday, the Washington Commanders’ all-time bag leader was named assistant defensive line coach, giving the top five a familiar and respected face alongside Jeff Zgonina, who was recently promoted to defensive line coach.

The role is a perfect fit, despite Kerrigan’s lack of coaching experience. About 48 hours after signing a one-day contract to end his 10-year playing career with Washington, Kerrigan was back on the field in Ashburn Sporting Commanders apparel and willingly helping out with the line. It quickly became apparent where his career was headed.

“I didn’t expect an opportunity to come so quickly because of the timing, considering it was late July,” said Kerrigan, who admitted during his retirement press conference that he hoped to turn his playing days into coaching. “But I’m really grateful to the coach [Ron] Rivera gave me that opportunity, and I just hope to prove him right.

Football is not Jeff Zgonina’s only passion. He also loves dog shows.

In early August, Washington fired its former defensive line coach, Sam Mills III, and elevated Zgonina. Nickel’s assistant defensive backs/coach Brent Vieselmeyer was brought in to help with the line, but his title never changed, and Kerrigan soon assumed the unofficial role of Zgonina’s assistant.

“As he was following the coaches, and I was watching him with that, you could see how much fun he was having and how much respect he had earned from the defensive sides,” Rivera said. “These guys seem to gravitate towards him. But he also did it very well, very quickly. So having this opportunity to do that was, really, honestly, a no-brainer.

Washington drafted Kerrigan with the 16th pick in 2011, beginning his decade-long career with the team before capping his career with a season in Philadelphia. Revered for his work ethic and attention to detail, Kerrigan became a natural mentor to many of his younger teammates, even those who would eventually take over as his career ended.

A polished passing thrower whose production often belied his size (6-4, 265), Kerrigan notched 95.5 career sacks and last weekend was added to the list of Washington’s greatest players.

“He’s a guy who’s been there and done that at a really high level. He’s also very detailed,” defensive end James Smith-Williams said. “We played my rookie year together, and RK was the exact same guy. He hasn’t changed one bit. Even then, I was going to RK my rookie year asking, ‘What do you see? What do you think?’ He told me this thing [a couple] years ago, so the fact that he is a coach will not change anything.

Jamin Davis is progressing. Commanders need it to keep going.

Still, Kerrigan’s transition from the field to the sideline required some tweaking. On the one hand, his days are longer, with meetings that have no definite end. And his coaching instincts can go even further when he digs deeper into his assessments of the players he was working with on the line.

“From my perspective, having played with these guys a few years ago to work with them as a coach, I think it’s a great situation for me personally because I really want these guys to succeed.” , did he declare.

Curl talks about his thumb injury

Washington safety Kam Curl said Monday he underwent surgery to repair his right thumb and is hopeful, though not certain, that he will play in the league’s season opener. team on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

“It’s just a small, light thumb injury,” he added. “I want to play every game, you know? My job is to play football, and that’s what I want to do.

Wearing a small black cast on his wrist and thumb, Curl described the injury – sustained in Washington’s second preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs – as a “freak accident”.

Curl said he could mess with the cast if that happened, but, under NFL rules, the cast should be completely covered in foam rubber or similar soft material. The extra padding and immobility in his wrist may make it too difficult for Curl, a versatile defensive back who is often asked to blitz, drop into the box and drop into deep coverage.

“I’m just trying to be careful with it,” Curl said. “Any injury is frustrating. I try to play football, so it’s a bit frustrating. Just be patient with it.

If Curl can’t go against the Jaguars on Sunday, the Commanders could turn to a player rotation to fill the void, with Darrick Forrest and rookie Percy Butler likely to be in the mix.

Tight end Logan Thomas continues to recover from a serious knee injury he suffered late last season. He was activated from the physically unable to play roster on August 22, but he still doesn’t know if he will play in Week 1.

Thomas indicated on Monday that he would return in either Week 1 or Week 2, but the decision is up to the coaches and medical staff. Among the things they could look for are if Thomas can make cuts, if his knee can withstand the pressure of the block and how he continues to react after practices.

He made it clear, however, that there was no doubt or lack of confidence in his repaired knee. If there had been, he wouldn’t have been training for the past two weeks.

“Everything has gone well so far,” Thomas said, “but obviously there’s no simulation for a match.”

Tight end Cole Turner said he expects to be available for Week 1 after recovering from a hamstring injury sustained in training camp. The Nevada rookie could play an important role in the offense, given his wide catching radius and size and the system’s emphasis on position.

Turner said on Monday that he took part in no-limits team drills for the first time in weeks and now feels confident he will face the Jaguars.

“I’m ready to go,” he said.

Rookie running back Brian Robinson Jr. continues to recover from the gunshot wounds he suffered Aug. 28, but his regimen will become more structured as he improves, Rivera said.

Robinson was shot twice, in the hip and knee, in an attempted armed robbery along H Street in northeast Washington. He underwent surgery at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and commanders placed him on the non-football injury list, guaranteeing he will miss at least the first four games of the season.

His recovery included both home rehabilitation and treatment at team facilities, Rivera said. And the latter could soon gain momentum.

“Now we’re going to start making him do specific things,” Rivera said. “Those first few days of recovery were tough for him because I think it was the second day he was really in pain, and it was one of those things that, you know, I said to him, ‘Hey , stay at home, relax a little bit, and we will pick you up very soon. As this process progresses, the schedule of his daily training schedule and recovery schedule will change.

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Crews work to put out a wildfire in Jasper National Park https://sailtheory.com/crews-work-to-put-out-a-wildfire-in-jasper-national-park/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 22:10:31 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/crews-work-to-put-out-a-wildfire-in-jasper-national-park/ Fire crews are still trying to put out a large wildfire in Jasper National Park that has been burning for two days. Lightning sparked a fire on Chetamon Mountain around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, and it had grown to more than 400 hectares by Saturday morning, the national park said in a social media post. The […]]]>

Fire crews are still trying to put out a large wildfire in Jasper National Park that has been burning for two days.

Lightning sparked a fire on Chetamon Mountain around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, and it had grown to more than 400 hectares by Saturday morning, the national park said in a social media post.

The fire is well north of the town of Jasper – about 315 kilometers southwest of Edmonton – and is spreading mainly northeast, away from the community. No nearby communities are at risk, the post said.

However, the municipality posted a statement on Facebook encouraging residents to prepare for a power outage. The message also said the municipality was working with ATCO to prepare for the switch to a generator, if necessary.

On Saturday morning, Environment and Climate Change Canada released a special air quality reading for the Jasper area, as well as the Hinton-Grande Cache area, which are however still in effect.

A thick plume of smoke, moving through the Hinton area, is causing poor air quality and reduced visibility, the statement said.

People in the affected area may experience an increased cough, throat irritation, headache or shortness of breath, the weather agency said, adding that children, the elderly and people with heart or lung conditions are particularly at risk.

Friday, Parks Canada closure of Snaring and Celestine Lake roads and the surrounding area, including nearby campgrounds. They too restricted take-off and landing of an aircraft at the Jasper airstrip, according to two separate bulletins issued by the agency.

Parks Canada cited public safety during firefighting as the reason for the actions, according to each statement.

Anyone violating the restrictions could be fined up to $25,000 under the Canada National Parks Act, according to the releases.

The fire is burning on the upper slopes of the mountain, making it inaccessible to firefighters on the ground, according to Jasper National Park.

Helicopters and air tankers worked to put out the fire from above. On Saturday morning, “specialty fire crews” began fabricating fire lines to protect the Jasper Municipality power line.

Parks Canada will have a National Incident Management Team in place Sunday to assist with emergency response.

The fire is located outside the Alberta Wildfire Forest Protection Area, but the agency is assisting Parks Canada, according to the provincial forest fire dashboard.

There are about 50 other active wildfires across the province, according to the dashboard.

Alberta Wildfire has placed most of Alberta, including Jasper National Park, under notice of fire bans, restrictions or prohibitions.

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Stigma among doctors is the main culprit of the addiction crisis https://sailtheory.com/stigma-among-doctors-is-the-main-culprit-of-the-addiction-crisis/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 08:38:00 +0000 https://sailtheory.com/stigma-among-doctors-is-the-main-culprit-of-the-addiction-crisis/ OASHINGTON — Rahul Gupta is no stranger to the national addiction crisis. Drug use and overdoses have defined his tenure as the top health official in West Virginia, arguably the state hardest hit by the outbreak, and before that as the health official in the most large county in the state. But even Gupta, now […]]]>

OASHINGTON — Rahul Gupta is no stranger to the national addiction crisis.

Drug use and overdoses have defined his tenure as the top health official in West Virginia, arguably the state hardest hit by the outbreak, and before that as the health official in the most large county in the state.

But even Gupta, now the nation’s top drug policy official, admits the current US drug crisis is unlike anything he’s ever seen. More than 108,000 Americans die from drug overdoses each year. The country’s drug supply is deadlier than ever. And despite the focus on opioids, cocaine and methamphetamine addiction rates are also skyrocketing.

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Gupta’s selection as director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, however, ushered in a new era of federal drug policy. As the first doctor to hold the position, he says he will adopt new strategies, including harm reduction tactics, which aim to reduce the risk of drug abusers overdose, death and illness instead of a tough attitude and abstinence only.

Yet drug treatment is hampered by stigma, underuse of existing medications, and ongoing debate over certain harm reduction techniques. The debate came to a head last week in California, where Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill allowing supervised injection sites – essentially clinics where people can use illicit drugs under medical supervision in order to prevent overdoses.

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Gupta sat down with STAT this week to discuss the ongoing crisis and the Biden administration’s efforts to address it. Though wary of Newsom’s decision, Gupta took several far more aggressive stances than any of his predecessors: calling out doctors for their role in poor treatment outcomes; arguing that buprenorphine, an addiction drug, is widely misunderstood; and advocating for contingency management, a new addiction intervention that offers rewards – often cash – in exchange for stopping drug use.

The following conversation has been edited for length and clarity.

Which public health crisis do you think will lead to more deaths over the next five to 10 years – Covid-19, or substance abuse and overdose?

We have a dying American [of a drug overdose] every five minutes 24 hours a day, more than 300 a day. Obviously drug overdoses were here before, and they will be here after, Covid-19. And they are expected to continue to rise unless we implement the president’s strategy.

Given this, why isn’t the public treating a crisis that kills 100,000 Americans every year with more urgency?

Well, it’s been an urgent priority for the president, so much so that he talked about it in the State of the Union. He said we have to beat the opioid crisis, and the first two points on his unity agenda were this and the mental health crisis. He sees the connection between the two. This administration understands.

One of the reasons for this apathy is stigma. Right now we use all kinds of derogatory terms for people. We have, of course, the stigma that keeps so many people from seeking help and others from providing help. It’s both — in communities, but also in health care. The stigma in my own profession is no less than what we see in communities and individuals.

Methadone, a drug used to treat opioid addiction, is only available through opioid treatment programs, or OTPs, and often requires patients to come in person each day to receive a single dose. Should it be more widely accessible?

I’m actually interested in setting up an interagency working group on methadone.

Here’s the bottom line: Fewer than 1 in 10 people who need treatment can get it, and the president’s strategy calls for universal access to treatment by 2025.

The way we’re going to get there is to reduce stigma, expand access to treatment and break down the barriers that currently exist – make sure the regulatory framework matches the need of the hour.

People are also expressing concerns about the misuse or abuse of another addiction drug, buprenorphine, even though it is used to prevent cravings and treat withdrawal symptoms. Do you think there is a misunderstanding of what the use of buprenorphine actually means?

So the answer is yes — I’ll give you a straight answer. But let me put it in context: I’ve actually spoken to people who have used buprenorphine that people would say was “diverted”. And they often told me that they wanted to be treated. Either they can’t find someone to care for them, or they were in a queue where they would get an appointment in 30 days, minimum.

When you suffer from substance abuse and addiction, you don’t have 30 days to wait and get sober yourself. People seek treatment and act on their own. This is symbolic of the need to expand access to buprenorphine and ensure that more providers prescribe it; more pharmacies are stocking it; and more and more manufacturers are ensuring this happens and the supply chain continues; and it is accessible and affordable.

The federal government has spent billions of dollars over the past year on vaccines and treatments for Covid-19. Why isn’t there a similar national effort to buy naloxone, the drug used to reverse opioid overdoses?

We have 108,000 people who die of overdoses every year, and three-quarters of them are opioids – that means, by definition, those overdoses can be reversed with naloxone. We know that every dollar invested in naloxone has almost a $2,800 return.

We’re doing everything we can from a federal government perspective, and I’ve had great conversations with [health secretary] Xavier Becerra on this. We ensure that when states receive SAMHSA funding, they have plans for distribution and acquisition of naloxone, including plans for how to distribute to high-risk populations. This includes harm reduction programs and urgent care clinics.

We are also considering an over-the-counter approach.

We’ve talked a lot about how the drugs used to treat opioid addiction are vastly underused. But what does a good drug policy look like for substances that have no approved pharmacological treatment, namely methamphetamine?

While we work with NIDA To review pharmaceutical treatments, we recognize that there are many good treatments available for stimulant-related disorders, such as contingency management and motivational interviewing.

For example, California just had its 1115 waiver approved that allows $599 per year to be used for contingency management. [the practice of offering rewards, including money, in exchange for refraining from drug use]. It is a proven, evidence-based, evidence-based treatment in the absence of any other pharmaceutical option. We certainly encourage more states to consider these approaches.

You have repeatedly said that this administration is historically open to harm reduction. Were you disappointed that California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a law that would have allowed a few supervised injection sites to open there on a trial basis?

First of all, it is the prerogative of the governor. We basically said that we are always looking to understand the clinical effectiveness and research of new harm reduction practices. Of course, having said that, we know that there is already the crack house litigation before the courts [concerning Safehouse, a proposed supervised injection site in Philadelphia] — so as far as the court is concerned, we try not to comment on policies yet.

This article was supported by a grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies.

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