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NASA's Mars helicopter takes flight, 1st for another planet

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

NASA's Mars helicopter takes flight, 1st for another planet

"NASA's Mars helicopter rose from the dusty red surface into the thin air Monday achieving the first powered controlled flight on another planet that included a performance mission control celebrates as the NASA ingenuity helicopters first mission passes with out a hitch the four pound eighty five million dollars solar powered copter climbed to ten feet and hovered for thirty seconds before descending speaking earlier this month project manager Mimi Aung said each world gets only one first flight this was the unwavering dream of our team ingenuity carried a piece of wing fabric from the Wright brothers plane and NASA is naming the area on Mars where it now is Wright brothers field I'm Julie Walker

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In Minneapolis, Armed Patrol Group Tries to Keep the Peace

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

In Minneapolis, Armed Patrol Group Tries to Keep the Peace

"I'm Julie Walker another night of protests in Brooklyn center Minnesota over the police shooting of Dante right following a traffic stop of the black teen tensions have been high since last Sunday shooting of right and with closing arguments in George Floyd's case beginning California representative Maxine waters came to show support for the family we're not going to be satisfied this is Tyrone heart well a member of the group freedom fighters helping to keep the peace at these protests says one of his sons is right sage you don't have the shingles is also watching the trial and hoping for justice in case I was manager one I'm Julie Walker

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Public Memorial for DMX Planned at Barclays Center

Masters in Business

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Public Memorial for DMX Planned at Barclays Center

"Public memorial for DMX will take place on April 24th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, just outside of New York City. The wrappers former manager confirmed the news to TMZ Friday. A private funeral is scheduled for the following day at a local church. Mexes. Real name was Earl Simmons. He died in the hospital on April 9th following a heart attack.

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NSA Says It Found New Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange

Cyber Security Today

01:46 min | 3 d ago

NSA Says It Found New Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange

"Four more serious vulnerabilities have been found in on premise versions of microsoft exchange. That means a gain. It departments have to make sure the latest patches are installed as soon as possible. This comes after microsoft released. Emergency patches last month to close holes on a number of exchange server vulnerabilities. Now it's bad enough that criminal hackers a nation states are getting into unpacked exchange implementations to read email now a new report sets crooks are also trying to take over exchange servers to install currency minors. It's vital your firm's exchange server is patched vulnerabilities in a basic piece of communication software used millions of computing devices could lead to denial of service or hacking attacks. According to a new report. The problem is in some versions of the tcp. Ip stack used an internet connected products from routers to medical equipment. It managers need to check with vendors of their products to see if they need patching or mitigation. This report is the latest in a series that have exposed problems in the software stack. The effectiveness of corporate cybersecurity. Training is again in question. It comes after the release of a survey of twelve hundred americans sixty nine percent of whom have received awareness training of that group sixty one percent failed to get the majority of seven questions right in a multiple choice security test.

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Let Loose After Lockdown: London's Best Gallery Shows

The Art Newspaper Weekly

02:02 min | 4 d ago

Let Loose After Lockdown: London's Best Gallery Shows

"Louisa. This is the second time we've had a sort of major release from lockdown. How do you feel this time. Majorly released it has to be said. I think this time because the last lockdown was so grim so dark so awful with knows that of timeframe attached. I think this time. It's it's a great feeling of release. The great feeling excitement to be seeing onto gang. We've been gazing at those wretched screens for too long. It's so lovesick up close and physical with artworks again. I don't know about you. But the last time in last june when the galleries opened only remember being sort of accelerated to see the art but also incredibly fearful. We didn't know so much. Perhaps about the virus at that stage the vaccine programs hadn't started. I was almost overcome with fear before. And i don't feel that next time. Feel like i really am genuinely relishing. Opportunity finally to get back in and looking at what you think that loads expression new normal but i think we have learned to clinic. Manage it manager anxiety. Each of us are different. Sponsors different thresholds. But somehow everybody seems less paranoid in in the galleries. There a little bit more relaxed about you. Coming observing all the social distancing. But there's not that sort of tight lipped white knuckle field. People really excited to be showing that arte gain for you to be coming in and appreciating. It's i think there is a general kind of exhale dying on and a love of looking here. That's a really good way of putting. It isn't ex. Haley says of sense of every body just coming together for a for a positive moment and you've had conversations with dealers to that effect. I mean i was in say because who sneakily opened in other western gallery in bury. St by the way with this opening mba galleries. She has houses. Rodney nonni. Beautiful to glass horses annexed. Great big exuberant boulder shaped canvases on the walls. And she's so excited to be showing people work. I mean let's not forget auditors. Get demonized but yeah the really good ones want people to see that. They don't want to sell it. They want to show it. They want to support their

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Why Corporate Diversity Programs Fail

TED Talks Daily

02:27 min | 4 d ago

Why Corporate Diversity Programs Fail

"Two black men went to a starbucks to wait for a business associate but when they asked to use the bathroom. The manager ordered them to leave they refuse. He called the police and the video went viral amidst an avalanche shows. Bad publicity starbucks closed all stores across the country for four hours of diversity training and so far east does were handed workbooks with prompts. Like what makes me me and you you and understanding our bias from colorblind to color brave dismayed newspapers across the country and arguably that was the goal. Look everyone we're solving our diversity problem. The assumption though was that you could address structural racism with a an earnest. Conversation about our feelings might take. Give me a break to address structural racism. You need to change structures so in the aftermath of floyd's death my sense is that many companies are feeling pressure to actually deliver on their diversity goals. But they haven't a clue what to do and that's because we spent probably close to a billion dollars on diversity but the basic tools of the diversity industrial complex they just don't work a one-shot bias training. It doesn't work for a really simple reason. Doing anything once won't changer. Company's culture and the other basic tools things like an employee resource group or women's initiative. They're fine if the problem is with the women and the people of color. But it's it's not if a company faces challenges surrounding diversity typically it's because subtle not so subtle forms of bias are constantly being transmitted through their basic business systems through hiring through performance evaluations through access to opportunities

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Empowered Women Empower Women With Special Guest Hollie Race

The Fashademix Podcast

02:02 min | 5 d ago

Empowered Women Empower Women With Special Guest Hollie Race

"Guys we would love to introduce you to our very special guest please. Welcome holly race. He is a brand and content manager for a very well known fashion brand high. Holy thank you so much for coming on with so excited to talk to you are indeed. I'm really excited to be here. Very honored sir very much. You want to tell us a little bit about you your career where you're at. Obviously you've got your instagram. While which is pretty successful yet. So am i guess if we work in the fashion industry while the creative fashion industry full i guess since i was around twenty five did take me a long time to kind of find fee and get to our want it to be really and there was a lot of kind of channels inside hostile in and i guess blocking my way today but i've always been super creative and and you know i'm a big believer of like manifestation and i know it saw we love like i just always knew that i wanted to kind of ruined for shoes and beat up pissed. And that's kinda making it all happen and that was made while i just didn't know how it was going to get that but it's like i wouldn't settle for anything else. Everything's falling you know my mom would send your holy like it's just not going to happen and you can have to find like a proper job and i'm like no i just kind of like yeah knocked on doors and just continue to push through with. It really haven't had the traditional route. I think it's made me really grateful for the experiences that odds. And and kinda giving me the determination to push forward with guess future goals to kind of know that i have put my mind to something i can do it absolutely. I love that. I think a lot of people think about the fashion industry that it's it's like it's competitive but it's hard to get into the end of the day the so many fashion browns catering to everyone. It's a huge industry has always

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What Should the Atlanta Falcons Do With the 4th Pick?

Get Up!

01:56 min | 5 d ago

What Should the Atlanta Falcons Do With the 4th Pick?

"Talk about another quarterback order player Who people these days. Certainly no. and that's matt ryan about that for a transition Terrific quarterback for very long time. 2016 was his best year was the mvp of the league with the falcons and took that team all the way to the super bowl and then from that point forward it has been sued of a steady decline for the team despite making the postseason in two thousand seventeen. They've won just eighteen games over the last three years and with that regression the falcons might hit the reset button in this draft with ryan being almost thirty six. They have a new head coach. And arthur smith they have the fourth pick. Overall general manager is teri faulk no and he said quote. We wanna stack good quarterbacks. Its prime time to do it. When you have a player like matt ryan because when you can get in the white quarterback you don't have that pressure play them right away so it opens up so many possibilities and we have to make sure we're evaluating those positions and we feel good about what we where we are there a lot of different ways to take that it certainly what i would say if among other things i wanted someone to come and try and trade for my fourth pick in this draft so teddy. I'm giving it to you directly here if you were the falcons right now. Are you looking to bring in players to help matt ryan try and win a championship again or are you looking to draft his eventual replacement. Said like i said about the smokescreen season. There you go right there you make everyone think that you're okay with draft a quarterback in developing under matt ryan. But you gotta take advantage of the quarterback desperation which is in this draft and everyone one maybe sneak up if they're guy falls to four and go ahead and get him because i think they should build and they need to usually head coaches come in. And they'll want to stack pile not quarterbacks but draft picks in terms of building a foundation model for their team so i would say definitely take advantage of the fourth overall pick trade down. Try to see if you can get some building.

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Nonprofit newsrooms turn rivalry into revenue stream

It's All Journalism

02:08 min | Last week

Nonprofit newsrooms turn rivalry into revenue stream

"Chrissy back is the managing editor of the chronicle at duke university and erica. Peril is the general manager at the daily tar heel at the university of north carolina. They're newsrooms teamed up to create the rivalry challenge around the annual duke. Unc basketball game. They were able to turn it into a revenue maker for both nonprofit newsrooms. They wrote about it for api's better news initiative and they're here today to talk about it krissy and erica. Welcome to better. News aims for happiness. We're excited to be here. Thank you so first of all. Tell me a little bit about yourselves. How did you get interested in journalism. And and how you ended up at your current roles into respective colleges chrissy. Why don't you go first. Well i actually started the daily turkey alami. Unc grad and. I worked on the job as the student. And actually erica was the student editor when i came back to be the director so i've always been on the business side and i love my experience in college so much that i took my j. school degree and i stayed in college media so eleven years at the daily tar heel a few other things in between. But i've been here duke at the chronicle for twelve years. Now how about you orca. Well as chrissy said. I was a student editor at the daily tar heel. During my undergraduate days it was a transformative experience for me in terms of journalism. In that kind of being my calling. I spent about ten years as a reporter mostly at the charlotte observer covering local news and then came back about ten years later to the daily tar heel as the newsroom adviser much like christie was saying i really wanted to give more students kind of the experience and the opportunities that i had a student. And that's what appealed to me about becoming a professional staff member in college media. I spent nine years as the newsroom adviser. Mostly focusing on newsroom. The last three and a half years. I've been the general manager which is a a more comprehensive role that oversees the nonprofit that publishes the daily tar heel.

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How Breaking Baseballs Unwritten Rules Is Changing The Game

ESPN Daily

01:58 min | Last week

How Breaking Baseballs Unwritten Rules Is Changing The Game

"So we're going to rewind back last august when the padres and the rangers were playing each other home and home series between the san diego padres abbott taxes ranger and see eighth-inning. Thanks very much guys as we move along here to the eighth inning one. The cossio takes over for texas. The padres are up by seven runs and bases are loaded. that is all four and another walk. This sitting nicasio second. This will load the bases for the padre fernando tatis junior who's one of baseball's brightest young stars. He comes up to the plate and he works a three count now traditionally in baseball. You're supposed to not swing in the situation because it could be interpreted as trying to run up the score especially with the padres by seven runs and taty manager jayce tingler basically send them assigned to lay off the next pitch but tattoo doesn't see the sign and he crushes the ball out of the ballpark. This is to right. Field back at goes mando has done it again. Touchy junior grand slam. Hits a grand slam and so what happens after that is basically pretty familiar to a lot of baseball fans which is tattoos being the center of criticism for violating the unwritten rules of trying to run up the score. I didn't like it personally. we're up by seven and eighth innings typically not a good time to swing through and then something weird started happening which. I hadn't seen a lot in baseball. Culture in general was that people really came out in full force and start defending him. This is professional baseball. You've played at the end of this whole thing. I think you gotta keep in mind. Is the players. Game is a junior is not a child so stop demanding to be treated with kid gloves. It's time to get out of your feelings. Baseball boomers and it wasn't just media members. It

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How to get Media Savvy with Nancy Juetten

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

01:52 min | Last week

How to get Media Savvy with Nancy Juetten

"I want to introduce my guest today. Nancy johnson and she's going to help us out with this topic. Getting you to understand what it is to be a guest. Whether it's virtual summits or podcasts or all of this good stuff all of that that relates to it. Nancy welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about you. And how did you get into this crazy topic. Thanks nicole for having me. I have been a publicist for almost my entire professional life and that means standing behind powerful people and helping them be ready to step up the stage the microphone or the media so that they look great and they can actually ping pong the right people back into their world so they can do more business and one of the things i learned over the decades is that the greater degree to which you are ready for those opportunities the faster you can soar as a business person and one of the other things i've also discovered is that there are a lot of people that say i wish i could get on this show. I wish i could be seen heard and celebrated in this way but then when you ask them. Are you ready to step up. They'll say i've been meaning to get around to it. But no i'm not and so i would like to invite as many messengers as possible to decide the today's the day that they want to be seen her celebrated as an expert in that they also want to be ready to go to the show today. Because if you believe in behave as if the most important person is going to call you tomorrow. It often happens that they do. And when you're ready to step up you can be seen heard celebrated and ultimately compensated by hundreds or thousands of people who hear your message and that's a brilliant outcome especially these days in a covid nineteen scenario where a lot of us are doing business from home and never getting to link arms or touch knees with real people day

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Interview With Danica of WatchDanicaWork

Black Women Travel Podcast

02:07 min | Last week

Interview With Danica of WatchDanicaWork

"Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business absolutely so. My name is denise nelson. I m from toronto ontario canada currently here as well my social at is at the nika s nelson on all the things and i am currently employed as a senior product marketing manager in the tech slash e commerce space and. I'm also part time educator at college here so you're staying true to your jamaican rates because that's not even all that you do. That was just a nice neat. Put a on it intro. Right wise Course dabble in a little speaking here in their. And yes but my background is jamaican. And i'm going to try to keep it humble for today. I don't know where that does a stereotype. But like is that a real thing. Because i from the time that i spent their people have one job. They wouldn't question. I don't know i resent is that a jamaican outside of jamaica stereotype. It's a good question. I don't know i like to keep it humble but i know that jamaicans are typically like very proud and proud people so you actually grew up going back to the island from time to time. Didn't you talk to us about when you were young and what your travel. Experience was like please. Yeah for sure. I actually didn't go back and forth too often. I've actually only went once as a child for a wedding. And that was kind of my introduction to leave in canada and seeing the world. And i think that's what started or what that's what ignited by interest in trouble so i i didn't get to travel as much as i think. A lot of my peers have like we didn't really take family vacations We didn't really. I didn't really have a lot of money growing up so It was it was take that one play in grade three to live my best life for three weeks in comeback. Continue dreaming about. What if they do this for longer term. So what did your

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Freeman homers, drives in 3 as Braves edge Phillies 5-4

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Freeman homers, drives in 3 as Braves edge Phillies 5-4

"All right Adriana is a scored on a bloop infield hit by pretty premium in the seventh inning as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Philadelphia Phillies five to poor Freeman hit a dribbler to Phillies pitcher Jose Alvarado but instead of going home right away all right turned a second by the time he threw home Adriana's scored the winning run but Braves manager Brian Snitker said to him it was a typical Braves win it seems like it's always there a tight game which is a good thing because then you know I mean it it becomes the normal and and guys you know it didn't phase him at all but we have a Tennessee it seems like the the play that game every night Freeman had a home run and three RBIs Andrew McCutchen and Bryce Harper had solo shots for the bills Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Restaurant owners across Chicago struggling to hire back employees

John Landecker

01:16 min | Last week

Restaurant owners across Chicago struggling to hire back employees

"Enough applicants to fill new job openings. Your drug. Nestor is general manager at Corcoran's Grilling pub in the city's Old Town neighborhood. I have so many different ads out and if I get if I put up 20 different things Have one person that will respond to me one person, maybe two. And maybe one of those people will show up Fernando View and you don't have kitchen staff have to have my food runners. My Buster's bartenders, servers hospitality employment website, culinary agents dot com reports a 100% jump in restaurant job postings with a 50% drop. And applicants from pre pandemic levels. The restaurants had their bills that they needed to pay on DNO. Now we have to try and make it as enticing for people as possible for them to come and work for us. With very limited resource is. Restaurant owners say some former employees are still waiting to get a covert 19 vaccine. Other owners say they wonder if people are choosing to stay on unemployment. One off Hospitality is an industry recruiter, Its CEO Karen Brown, particularly we're finding back of house positions. Very challenging, defined line cooks, prep cooks sews and chefs overall are incredibly scarce right now. Northbrook based Lou Malnati is

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Covid vaccine comes just in time for wedding and prom season

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | Last week

Covid vaccine comes just in time for wedding and prom season

"Are blue out there. We've got a nice spring breeze. The flowers are blooming the Paul in his back yet for sure. That's how you know it's wedding in prom season. Well, there's just one problem. We're in a pandemic that Kristina's and handover manager Debra Baldwin says. This is the second season. The stories had to work through fitting people for a celebration when we're not supposed to touch each other, But with more people getting vaccinated for the first time in a year, there's hope where Close contact business and, you know, we get up close and personal. You know with these ladies, you know, so everybody has to be careful and we just have to continue, you know, doing what we need to do until Till everybody's healthy and safe again. I asked her if she was prepared for the platoon of brides preparing to land upon her shore. She says that her store alone 500 brides have postponed and the last year She says yes.

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Land of the Giants: The Google Empire

The Vergecast

01:46 min | Last week

Land of the Giants: The Google Empire

"In nineteen nine hundred. Nine marissa mayer was sitting in the most important interview of her life. It was at a startup called google. That needing was at their conference table in the main conference room at one six five university which also happened to be a ping pong table. Meyer would go on to become one of the most prominent executives and silicon valley from two thousand twelve to two thousand seventeen. she was. ceo of yahoo. The back in the late nineties. She was still a student at stanford about to graduate with a master's in computer science and google's cofounders. Sergei brin was not going easy on her sergei did all the talking and quiz mutants. We allow different computer. Science topics had me draw out. Like the graphing of k means clustering and and centuries and how to find the differences in the centers. And things like that. Meyer was a star student so she answered those questions problem. But there was another interviewer in the room and she noticed something was a little off with him. Larry seemed quiet and truthfully obviously somewhat distracted. Larry page the other founder of google. The pair wrapped the interview utterly. They had something else on their minds and the the door opens like you kind of hear. What's going on her side. Then i heard the call and say okay like who's going with us for the kleiner. Pitch kleiner is kleiner perkins the legendary venture capital firm. And i heard a lot of foot traffic heading out the door and then heather horns. The office manager reappeared and said i'm sorry. Larry and sergei had an important venture capitalist pitch this afternoon and they have taken the the majority of the company with thumb. So i think you're going to have to come back tomorrow.

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Home cooking: Mets win Citi opener vs Marlins on bizarre HBP

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Home cooking: Mets win Citi opener vs Marlins on bizarre HBP

"The Mets open their home season by scoring twice in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Marlins three to two Jeff McNeil homered to tie the game at two against Anthony bass a couple of hits and an intentional walk loaded the bases when bass on a one to count hit Michael Conforto on the elbow to force in the winning run Miami manager don Mattingly argued that Conforto made no attempt to avoid getting hit and that the pitch was a strike it's just frustrating I think more than anything that the ball strike anyway to call a strike it seems like it was in the strike zone and you get hit it should be a strike it was reviewed and the call stood Brandon Nimmo had three hits for the Mets Corey Dickerson two hits and an RBI for the Marlins who fell to one six might make use of New York

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How Custom IT Training Helps Diversify Businesses

Technologist Talk

02:03 min | Last week

How Custom IT Training Helps Diversify Businesses

"Technology is now come to the forefront. It's not just that. It department in the back corner of the office. Technology is driving the company. Technology needs to work with. The ceo of the company needs to work with the chief. Marketing officer needs to work with. Hr needs to work with the sales managers. Definitely the business acumen and the networking and the connections and being strategic and being a good team builder and a good team leader and you have to keep learning. This is another that. I love about the industries that every year new technologies are being introduced. I heard a stat very recently. That ninety percent of the jobs that we need in tech in five years have not even been invented yet. That's how fast this market is going. So nancy what is more important than your tech careers at the tech business akunin or the hard tech skills versus a soft business skills. And what do you think is the most important for technologists. Overall as technology starts coming out of their cubicles in the back office and engaging more with the business managers the soft skills are becoming more and more important. You have to be approachable. You have to focus on building relationships and building a network and making sure you're connecting with people. You need to be reliable. You really need to build your personal brand reputation and if you want to be successful and grow your career. You have to be very intentional about it every day. You have to be so careful that you're not just phoning it in and doing the job you have to think every day is an opportunity to learn something and to show people what you know what you've learned and at county attack were really gonna focus on helping the communication skills presentation skills and learning to be a little bit more strategic and how to build relationships and connect with people. You're definitely going to need those soft skills to be successful

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"is manager" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"is manager" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And if it even feels like you might I'm very puzzled, so I'm in my Gmail. Do this from Gmail. Right. So you go to Gmail and then the right hand corner. You'll see Diane's picture and then you click that you'll see other accounts. You click that other account my cases my work account. Now I'm logged into my work accountant, So the pictures changed. It's changed from my head to my company's logo right now, if I click on that it, says Leo, a twit dot TV. That's my company account. And then under that there's a button. This is manager Google account. Not managing that account. Now not My personal account the main account that you want to keep And it says, Welcome. And I'm well, actually. Now let's see if I go home Security issues, accounts storage. I see what you're saying. Personal info. What we want is a log out. You want us to get get rid of this account? I saw it, delete their earlier data and personalization. Security. Now I see what you're saying, Diane, because I don't see a way to get out of this account. Right? Yeah, right now I see I, uh oh, I see. Well, maybe that's because at the top, it says this account is managed by my company, so I bet I can't delete that account. Um, you can't. Okay, There's a the bottom. There's a sign out of all accounts when you click your head. And you see the different accounts at the very bottom sign out of all accounts. You could do that. Once you've signed out of that account, it shouldn't show up in that list anymore. But that isn't deleting the account. No, it isn't. And then to find out of all accounts that I have to re enter all these paintings. You would you would. You don't want to do that, Huh? No, No, I don't blame you. Um Yeah. Uh, s so you have log in permissions for this account you want to delete you have log in permissions for it, right? Yeah. But you and now you want to get rid of this. You don't like having this extra account. Right? So if.

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"is manager" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"is manager" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"And staying firm on what I believe that God had chosen me to start doing the assignment that he given to me. And if I accept that that assignment I cannot crawl under that rock and stay there because I had people that I needed to help to make sure that they don't crawl under a rock and staying there. Exactly. Exactly that just speaks of your resilience that just speaks of just how strong you are because I know a lot of people would have done this that climbed under that rock and stay there, and then miss out on a blessing other people I heard speaker site just yesterday she was like we're having behind things that fear that were fearful up and. Not Letting people get the blessing that we have for their. That's right. That's so true. Oh my gosh suddenly you know condolences to you on that I know that could be tough but I mean you come back with a vengeance You have really really does something. What has been one of those pro- pilots in your. Life. Well you know one of the profile and the team is in my life took place while I was a man is manager at a nother telecommunications company in another state. And this is something that you cannot. Put on a resume no matter how you try to frame it, and that's one thing about what I do I help individuals to try to make sure they bring out their achievements but are some achievements that you've done that does not belong on a resume. And this particular achievement that I did was to help a young lady regain her voice. She lost her voice in the business to even speak because of a devastation had happened to her in her family. But Lo and behold God had chose me as her manager and because of the report I've always had with my employees because they work with me not for me. And therefore, she trusted me even the doctor ahead to consult with me and ask me if our be the one that would be a part of her healing process and I will go there once or twice a week to her home and sit and talk and read and just let her whatever she wanted to say say. Because she was not really talking but over the months she began to open up like almost like a you know as I say a rose bud. Tightly. Closed and eventually. So Bloomington it become that big beautiful rose and that's what happened and I was able to even help her get back to work start work start talking because everything she did was talk and it was a call center. But she became an outstanding employee and she's living her life to the fullest. Now, that's something that you cannot put on a resume. Exactly. That is awesome. Alma like that is truly a black thing like it's amazing and think of like you just say it was something that God has already ordained for you to be able to do in the coming to someone's life and just really helped them blossoming grow like that. Yes. That it, you know it's funny how life will just knocked the wind out of us yes you seriously cannot breathe, but God always sends it to like you to help us get past those things can be able to move forward. So I really commend you on that. That's awesome. With thank you. Thank you. Thank you. But there's so many of us have done that that you know we all have a story. Yes ma'am, and we don't know each other story until we have an opportunity to share it, and that's used to hearing about the profound things that people have done that it take a degree to do it and take a certification to get in order to make it happen all it took what your were your innate abilities and that's why I love doing what I do with my company..

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"is manager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"is manager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Khanna is manager of the makerspace we delivered a thousand years Davis to Boston EMS and an additional five hundred patients for a total of just over fifteen hundred units delivered to local and regional organization comma says they're also in talks with north eastern to produce PP for all faculty and staff on campus once in person classes resume Patrick says it's been a rewarding experience I think it's really important that if you have the means is this in any capacity that you act on it and we're glad that we can do it in time to close WBZ Boston news radio going back to work may entail a lot of work to be CDC compliant in the age of coronavirus desk six feet apart avoiding elevators opening more windows and wait for it no more snack bins on the coworker's desk the new guidelines on the CDC website mean that even if and when workers come back to the office it won't be business as usual plastic shields between workspaces are suggested and of course masks and constant cleaning will be the new normal those guidelines may force some companies to question whether to bring workers back at all bill ray Cobb CBS news two more meat plants in the United States have become covert nineteen hot spots where workers who packed the meat are packed in themselves three hundred twenty six workers at a Tyson foods plant in Sherman Texas about an hour north of the Dallas fort worth metroplex have tested positive for culvert nineteen that's more than twenty percent of the facilities seventeen hundred workers more than five hundred fifty employees at the Tyson port process Singh plant in storm lake Iowa have tested positive for coronavirus twenty five hundred people work at the plant Jim chrysalis CBS news are you back to the White House president trump following through with his threat to use his executive pen to crack down on social media companies like Twitter but given the many constitutional and legislative barriers in the end he chose the route of stripping Twitter of its liability protections mean getting sued Steven Portnoy from CBS news with a follow up the president says he's fed up with social media companies who insists are biased against conservatives I think that's fair Twitter classifies the term illegal aliens as a speech the executive order he signed targets the liability protection that prevents social media sites from being sued for what their users post they have a shield that I could have that shield legal experts say it's not clear how the president on his own can wrote a law that's been on the books for twenty four years Mr trump says he expects the affected firms to find his moves in court Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington well they're already finding again today on Twitter just re iterating the president tweeting about the demonstrations in Minneapolis quote these thugs are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd and we will not let that happen and then he went on to say quote when the looting starts the shooting starts that spurred Twitter to flag that tweet by the president saying it violates its rules against glorifying violence Twitter determine though that they will keep it on line in the public interest all right how about a self driving car dropping off your meds right at home in the future partnering with Silicon Valley robotics company neuro CVS health will try delivering prescriptions medicines and other products to customers near Houston area store with self driving vehicles Miro has previously started partnerships to test the delivery of pizzas or groceries in the Houston area but this is the company's first venture into healthcare a CVS spokesman said the prescriptions will be delivered within an hour of being ordered testing begins next month Todd at ABC news from the roadways to the Airways now the bad news just gets worse for the airline industry American Airlines says it will cut its management and administrative staff by thirty percent it comes as the airline prepares to shrink with demand decimated by the corona virus pandemic Americans among the airlines that have said they're starting to see signs that demand is picking up after government travel bans even so carriers to get could take years for travel to return to the same level as before the virus back Piper CBS news in New Hampshire this morning Manchester police are looking for any help in finding a hit and run driver who struck a guy walking this morning around five AM on brook near oak street again this is Manchester New Hampshire police say the car may be a black Honda or possibly a dark colored accord with a male driver the car seen speeding away from the scene with loud music blaring the victim is okay in fact well enough he said to try to chase down the car that struck him down a Massachusetts state trooper is taken to the hospital after a crash this morning right near frontage road in Boston we're told the troopers suffered minor injuries after crashing with another vehicle while he was responding to a call the other driver was not hurt the state.

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"is manager" Discussed on Manager Tools

Manager Tools

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Manager Tools

"Reasonable. I mean all make sense in theory. Right. The ideas a direct is more likely to disagree with a manager. If the manager only has one instance, or maybe two instances particular mistakes or the idea being what, you know, gosh, you know, everybody's human kind of thing. There's no grace period. Here. You can't you can't expect me to self correct. You know, we're all human. So if you've had that happen to you, and you're not really a little bit wanting to avoid conflict, you're afraid of losing people. You know, this podcast is coming out in late twenty eighteen or early. Twenty nineteen retention is an issue. We just talked to an HR person recently who said he I'm desperately trying to recruit it's one of the best job markets ever. There's a lot of competition for people, and I'm trying to retain people. So I don't get further behind on on recruiting. So the manager basically waits until there's a patter. Again, this way, the direct doesn't feel picked on right in the managers mind. If there are several instances of particular theme attic babysitter. It'll be clear to even the most jaded of people or the most sensitive of directs that this isn't a random issue. It's not a nonrecurring problem. We simply have to address this before there was a pattern of success or accomplishment or achieving objectives or getting your task done. And now, suddenly there's a different pattern in one of the many strains or threads of one's performance right now, we wouldn't want to get on our direct before it's an actual problem. They just made a mistake. We don't wanna tell we don't want to get on them about every mistake. They ever make come on. Yeah. Exactly. And fact, I would say the normal behavior, and I don't mean normal for everyone. But I'm thinking pluralistic ly- the single most common behavior for managers today around feedback is to wait until there's a pattern of behaviors before they provide negative feedback. So directs have come to expect that the only time their boss is going to talk to them. But ineffective performance is win pattern is developed, and there's a risk of the pattern continue. Doing. So that's in the mind of the direct. Okay. Unfortunately, that's the norm. But this avoidance slash waiting slash pattern mentality. Leads to conversations that win. They occur have this overtone of seriousness, and potentially larger implication ally, the directs career aspirations relationship with their managers and luck managers off we often make it worse. We add to that direct feeling of risk and seriousness by having a longer conversation. I'm doing Joey air quotes here in private to get on the same page when directs learn that virtually every time they get negative feedback. It's a serious conversation. This is the waiting the avoidance, right? It's a serious conversation any feedback. They're going to get become serious enough to cause them concern. For those of you have been to the effective bandaged or conference. You've heard us talk about it. Art of the underlying principle behind the manager tools. Feedback model is a focus on the future. Because if the direct believes that you are addressing past behavior. That's the point of the conversation to talk about past behavior. They can't do anything about the past. And they will defend it. And what happens is manager. Learn when they think they've done the right thing directs our defensive, but this is actually just a series of small skirmishes in the relationship the manager delayed the manager had information that may be they could have talked to the direct about earlier now in the managers finally talking to the direct direct fields challenged and threatened and response defensively. Now what some directs as is. I I wasn't defensive. But demanded her characterizes that way because if you defend yourself the person to whom you're defending yourself. We'll think about as defensiveness, and then of course, if you say to the. Iraq in the conversation. We'll don't be defensive now you've attack their character is being weak or not not strong, not competent not willing to benefit from the from the guidance of you know, negative feedback..

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"is manager" Discussed on Manager Tools

Manager Tools

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Manager Tools

"We get there's no amount of speed in the entire process overall or lack thereof that will make a difference in the quality of our we might as well just slip a coin and take the next person who walks to the door slower fast. We're going to end up with week talent. If we can't. Any of those things. So there's no legitimate correlation between hiring slowly and hiring. Well, but if you're trying to convince people don't make a snap decision. Don't hire somebody without an interview don't hire somebody with a reference check. Okay, fine. Yes. Higher slow. But it doesn't take that long. It just doesn't. Yeah. It doesn't make sense to focus on the slow part when you could focus on the thoroughness or the quality of interviews right decision. That's the key. Not not that. It's slow. Yeah. Okay. Now, let's look at firing fast. Yes, we agree in theory. Once we finally determine that someone doesn't meet reasonable standards, and we'll come back that it makes no sense to not act on that. The problem with that definition of moving quickly is the whole idea of reasonable standards in my experience. If you ask me the single biggest gaping hole in the practice of management in the world today systemic management now, I'm talking about organizational management. I'm not talking about managers and their individual directs. I'm talking about a systemic indictment, and I apologized for doing it. But it's true is the growth lack of clarity in the communication of goals and objectives to organizations if you don't have clear goals and objectives and known goals and objectives and posted goals and objectives and available up and down the chain. So everybody can see how they exist in how they linked together. And so on if you don't have that systemically, and that's an organizational decision, you can certainly implement yourself as an individual manager. That is the single greatest thing. Your organization can do. Manager ily to make a difference in the near term effects of the productivity and therefore profitability of your firm single biggest no question now, if you're an individual manager and remember this is not organizational tools. This is manager tools. We're not trying to change your organization. We're trying to help you change yourself. And we.

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"is manager" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Up on country music yeah i know that they're they're probably bringing out the they're bringing out the kid again the bringing oh matiur ramsey for sure will his manager of his manager hit me up no way is manager hit me up being like hey man we got which is managers like somebody that i think you know also i think so actually but it was like i think like he probably just like what with like the first persons like pursue him super heavily and seems like he has a good team behind him yeah i mean as good as a as good as anybody that's got famous from savannah walmart yeah on anybody that's like on the team of like a child anymore like like there you know there's no open secret stuff happen as far as low that's the bar and they're get him in the in the right room yeah and i think keeping him from out of the wrong room keeping him outta wrong room the town yeah i don't know who like the modern lieu pearlman is but he's out there we're very excited about mason ramsey's career we have a great meeting coming up with bryan singer and seems promising only good things to come transitioning into film yeah the movie isn't dan it's a very limited release very limited release and schneider's working on a show called boots off i don't know what that means oh wow soft day at the beach.

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"is manager" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"You know he was on that bus he's got that that idiot put random he's got to go through four or five different opponents could be to it's old team is manager his family just a good do it was an honor to be in there to be involved in a fight with them i again he's a fall the spiritual these legitimate tough guy by think we need more you know more of that type of stuff in u of c so i wish him the best of luck in the future look like al had his share of bumps and bruises but was he able to avoid any injuries and with that being said could we possibly see that felled their fight still that was a fight that a lot of people liked and wanted to see you know i guess look down the road i mean listen my heart goes out to pool fell all the guys that didn't fight michael key s pedestal a shitty thing and they put a lot of time and wide i know what these guys go through so a i think fold is gonna have to get back in there quick just you know i'm i'm assuming mentally just wants to do something because that's a pretty that's pretty traumatic what happened to the guy you know you're thinking you're fighting unite then if the what happened ally would have i don't even know i would've been blown i would've been fucked up about it but i think he's going to have to get back in there quick around gonna see out for you know i don't think the time to wind up it certainly in the future i think look everybody knew that was going to be a fun fight so i think that's a fight everybody would see and if it's in the cards they sure he's not gonna you know turn it down i think this fight maybe put him in a different limelight as far as the highest profile of.

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"is manager" Discussed on Cortex

Cortex

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Cortex

"But it does really well and it works really well and then kind of on the other end of that you have something like procreate which has every single tool available to you right which is just wonderful application that i can't use because just like like just shocked into horror every time i open it because i don't know how to use it because it's so powerful and so far away from my skill set but it is fantastic app do you have a hard time with it because it's such a complicated app and you can't express your mazing artistic skills through this complicated half that is visit the problem or the problem total lack of artistic talent i just struggled to be able to you know get the tools to make true representation of the images in my mind that's no of course give me a paintbrush and i can do what i need i on the other hand of definitely bought many an art app on the ipod and within seconds remembered i have no teller at all why did i buy this i can do nothing with this app i have no talent and there are some vector apps as well right for the ipad i never found anything that was suitable to i guess i would fall in the category of professional vector use i found a lot of stuff that was fine to play around with and maybe produce one or two things but i i never found a tool that could do what i needed to do which is manager library of hundreds of vector assets and and be able to make changes across that kind of thing so.

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"is manager" Discussed on Manager Tools

Manager Tools

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Manager Tools

"You did yeah so smart they're all about the same level of intelligence well as far as i can distinguish i'm not smart enough to make a distinction exiting their levels of intelligence but we live in darkness and they live there you go yeah i mean we hear this all the time i'm smarter than my boss i i should be in charge she should listen to me if that do it my way things would be great and i'm not gonna play politics here i'm just going to do smart work and i'll get ahead hey how come on in promoted i'm the smartest guy here 'cause nobody likes you what that's important i mean this is an organization we're trying to please our customers i figured it out i know the answers in nobody likes you will but that's politics yeah well you know it should just be much more yeah there's that would should again i mean my dad said the definition conflicts to human beings in the same county and we've added to that the definition of politics is three human beings in the same county so you put ten thousand people in the same building you're an ad some politics which means relationship our manners and if you're lucky and you're not naturally good at this you'll have a manager who sometime young in your career pulls you aside wax you on the side with a wooden board to knock some sense into you not that i know anybody like that just saying look unfortunately guys if you have a desire for expertise power and by the way we're not saying for teeth power is unimportant we want you to have expertise bar we want you to have all three powers we want you to get work done in any way possibly we want you to have a full toolbox this is manager tools after all and you can in your field become an expert it'll just probably take you longer.

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"is manager" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on WJR 760

"Sell a lotta people that's how they judges he said that's how they destroy term and if it was successful or not if they get money back in great they know i did a great job preparing their taxes and if they all i made some kind of mistake you know oh how could that be but in reality then what we need to focus on his what was the total amount of tax that was do not whether you have a refund or you pay oh at that time because what you're trained to do is manager overall tax liability so you wanna look and save what could i have done to may be my taxes and really we don't want to look just for what they have done to reduce make 2017 taxes but what do i need to be doing longterm to make it so i paid the least amount of tax overall so you have these crazy commercials the route they're the grandfather clark comes to life is coming out to get you orders the you know the ghost under the she'd in its oh my gosh the tax man and for some reason now we're led to believe that some silly online supposedly free tax return preparation deal is going to save you from the boogeyman and i want to i want to throw up because nothing could be further from the truth i mean syria the asli look that's all you're doing is reporting on what happened last year and that's not the important part about taxes is no end to me that's the real scary thing is if that's what people are focusing on then we're missing what's truly important and that's having a plan and trained figure out what you need to be doing with your taxes moving forward you know it's interesting that when you did that intro that was great and i remember years where i was scared to death to go in and talk to the mice epa about what my taxes were going to look like because at that time i was ill prepared to understand the implications of where i was sourcing out money in a given year in literally because they didn't understand back then you know the tax goes it everything i'd be go it literally shaky what is.

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"is manager" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"And these financial advisers are managing huge amounts of money all well into the billions on a lot of them with account minimums in i don't even know how many figures eight figures one of the reasons i think why that is it's kind of a selffulfilling prophecy a lot of these big huge warehouse places they tell you the reason that you invest with them is 'cause they have access to the best managers and so that's why they think that they can do it and of course research affiliates their data shows at doesn't really add up yes and we know how hard is to pick financial managers that will outperform consistently or over one per tonne because the water to outperform of alarm puts time don't necessarily have consistent our performance so in the article they said quote cornell shoe and any getting them sorry i don't know it has put into them have documented mean reversion of mutual fund performance find you that when measured by trailing three your performance from 1984 of two thousand fifteen topped asylum managers onto from the bottom desai amount used by two point three percent a year i quote so there are some serious mean regression go on in mutual fund world and one of the things that research affiliate said was quote we found that the most commonly market services is manager selection which was lost by thirty nine firms but i think that this is sort of the old not sort of this is the old way of doing it used right like it used to be a work of picked stocks then it was we're going to pick you the best mutual fund managers and now it's working to pick you the best etf s but that is a game that is really what an adviser should prevent clients from doing a game that they should not participate in themselves when i think in the hierarchy of like investment difficulty obviously everyone kanombe knows at this point out at picking stocks is a really hard to do but picking someone to pick stocks in your behalf is probably even harder i think in my mind because the money managers.

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"is manager" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"We know he has from may we balls he's all about baseball okay well who who you like this year claes right now i loved the yankees america's deep so we're a band who are multi media we sing songs and we show slides of cave paintings and the idea is we talk about how the lives of the caveman would be today in modern times i see in these are old cave paintings now the brand so new cavepaintings about all the caveman about new cave a new i didn't realize they're caveman do we we're not talking about the guy yogi take years of the gods are the table okay police put them all down don't keep them close to the chest you guys live in a cave in central park so in central asia okay please will tell you buddy i look i mean i'm not get a miracle we ever been discovered there so i didn't realize there were camps in central bark yeah there's one how cuba so here's the ban it's my whole family first we have this is the entirety of your family there are no other members there is one of the rebel who's not in the band more on that later i thought your calling me a more on saarc continue the united still young right here we got this is grandma graham ah is manager and grandma of the band this is my motherinlaw this is your motherinlaw yes everyone calls a mama.

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"is manager" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Um the best way to make savings simple is grow your top line the best way you grow your top line is manager career like an asset invest in education and entrepreneurship and skill sets over cash compensation regards great grade extremely valuable information in such quick order and you do make it makes so much sense to even a guy that you know i've never really been a i've never been a guy i mean i have a financial planner and i just kinda put my trust in him did to make the right decisions based upon the analysis that we do on a yearly basis and i i don't like to have to think about it you know i i because it it does you can get so wrapped up as a concern as a as a guy that is running of business and also one half the focus on some of that shit that i don't know i don't know about it so it's like maybe it's a maybe it's ignorant to be that way or i don't know i don't know yet listen i i think a lot of his feel that way and i think one of the challenges about money is a managing money is it won't it's never a priority but it's always super important and priorities tend to be what you focus on today and so it's one of those things it's always easy to say i'm gonna do it next month i'm going to do next year i'm gonna do it next decade and so you know i think if you can invest the time in reading the family in bulk and understand the framework then you can kind of say i'm on the right i've made the right big choices and now i'm gonna let my adviser make the tactical choices and you can kind of forget about it and sleep well at night i agree with that so doug if somebody wanted to get a hold of your book for more information about what you do and how you do it what's the best to do um family dot com it's a website that highlights the book and it also has i think some very interesting tools you know we mentioned on on the conversation about how to calculate the value of your lifetime labor and calculate a balance sheet in an income statement like a.

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"is manager" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Knowles actually break polymorphism right okay i like to point this out when i talk about solid principles because uh the the liska of substitution principle the l uh basically says the subtype should be substituted will for their base types and when they're not the the code way it looks is you'll you'll be inside some block of code that should be polymorphic meaning it's working with some type and it doesn't care if it has an instance of that specific type or some subtype father the the obvious example is your a four each loop until your looping through some things let's say employees and if inside of that for each leave there's some check of this specific instance of that that employee and it says of his i will if employee is manager type the do do something else uh right that that's showing you that you're violating lescot because it should be totally substitute able for its base type you shouldn't care whether it's actually a manager instance or the under lyon plead base type and so when you look at that code newton didn't say okay well this is a code smell it's violating the scottish try and fix this is much reasons why you you want to avoid that but that's that's a separate topic and he compare that to the code that you right when you foraging through a collection and now you have to be careful the check to see if that item is null right the the structure is identical great you're still doing a check to see if employee is not in fact substitute will for the abass instance of employee and that's the issue at that the root of it is that gnaws are not substitute able for instances in in most strongly type languages especially our in particular see shirt correct while that's good strategy the so the there's a few things coming in the language actually the uh hopefully will make novels you're less of a problem in and of course they've been adding a bunch of things like nal coalescing operators and things like that to make it so the dreaded null reference exception is is less of a a pain and and rears its head less frequently but an object pattern isn't it.

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"is manager" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Knowles actually break polymorphism right okay i like to point this out when i talk about solid principles because uh the the liska of substitution principle the l uh basically says the subtype should be substituted will for their base types and when they're not the the code way it looks is you'll you'll be inside some block of code that should be polymorphic meaning it's working with some type and it doesn't care if it has an instance of that specific type or some subtype father the the obvious example is your a four each loop until your looping through some things let's say employees and if inside of that for each leave there's some check of this specific instance of that that employee and it says of his i will if employee is manager type the do do something else uh right that that's showing you that you're violating lescot because it should be totally substitute able for its base type you shouldn't care whether it's actually a manager instance or the under lyon plead base type and so when you look at that code newton didn't say okay well this is a code smell it's violating the scottish try and fix this is much reasons why you you want to avoid that but that's that's a separate topic and he compare that to the code that you right when you foraging through a collection and now you have to be careful the check to see if that item is null right the the structure is identical great you're still doing a check to see if employee is not in fact substitute will for the abass instance of employee and that's the issue at that the root of it is that gnaws are not substitute able for instances in in most strongly type languages especially our in particular see shirt correct while that's good strategy the so the there's a few things coming in the language actually the uh hopefully will make novels you're less of a problem in and of course they've been adding a bunch of things like nal coalescing operators and things like that to make it so the dreaded null reference exception is is less of a a pain and and rears its head less frequently but an object pattern isn't it.

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"is manager" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"And instead of setting his manager for he undertaker pulls the lever two bury is manager in a concrete credit and nobody gets and minces ear inn says this is a bad idea we all did in the more that we told them it was a bad idea the more we were told that we did not understand the psychology behind how strong this was going to make undertaker if i would get it esta hamma match it when off duty she stood make any sense then it doesn't make any sense now when i say it and you talk about a flat dead finish uh on paper view live in the arena all the above it was horrible it was horrible and everything that we had it been trying to do with with the dudley's than in all that just just went right down the concrete cement a drain speaking of going down the drain the stock about heidenreich what first them ask about taker uh take your worked with the heyman and wc w hammond was actually as manager when he was rain mark callous how did undertaker feel about working with heyman here we'll see all cool the dead undertaker enjoy working with heyman or was that not necessarily while he was into absolutely i undertake it in every problem working with with heyman professionally in you know they were they were friendly ayman was actually in undertakers first wedding how 'bout that little little tidbit of information so they they were friendly and undertake never had a problem working with haven ever that i knew of hypothetically speaking of hayman was that um the wedding reception and he was giving a test of the undertaker and mrs undertaker what might that sound like.

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"is manager" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"is manager" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Yeah especially if it's bad news or if it's something stressful if i you know critical information uh it's going to carry require somebody to um and see upset or you know may be defensive things like that i really think twice about instances where people may be defenses i i'm guessing that this is a ton of the problem here if it from the perspective of a lot of this can be employees to employee but also part of it is manager to employees as well absolutely so we find that that's actually much more common have over twothirds of the time it flows from the top down we're joined by christine poor at who is the author of the book mastering civility a manifesto for the workplace your comments are welcome at eight four four wharton eight four four nine four twos seven eight six six or if you can't get your phone you're more than welcome to send isakov at via twitter no bring it up on the show either my twitter account which is at dan the loney l o n e y 21 or the show's twitter account which is at biz radio one eleven you ask an interesting question in the book can you really cure in civility uh i i assets you can you really garrett i think all eventually solvit completely but i absolutely think we can get a lot better you know we can move everyone can take responsibility for that and we can really shifting organizations then i've definitely see leaders and organisations i go from being fairly uncivil to winning awards for best wishes to work you know so i think that uh the first step is you know make a commitment.

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