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Wharton; A week in review

first_img 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Confession: if you haven’t realized it by now, I’m a bit of a nerd. I thoroughly enjoyed school, enough to be considering pursuing a Master’s Degree, just for funsies. So imagine my delight when, through my NTCUE experience and success, I was able to travel to Philadelphia for one very intense week of school. And not just any school – the Wharton School at UPenn is one of the most prestigious business schools in the nation.I’ll admit that I was nervous – which you already know if you read my pre-trip blog post. I was worried that I wouldn’t understand the material, that the curriculum would be over my head, and that I would grossly out of place as the only non-management attendee (I am, at present time, a Coordinator). After all, this is training for the next edition of CEOs – top executives in our industry. I’m not experienced reading call reports, dealing with personnel issues, or forming the strategic plan for an entire organization.I was delighted to discover, as DeeDee Myers had encouraged, that not only was I not out of my element, I was firmly within my element. I understood, connected with, and excelled at the content of the sessions, finding many things relevant to my current position and to my plans for future growth and advancement. I was even successful at the math – yes, math! – portions of the week (fear not; if you are considering attending the CEO Institute and are mathematically challenged, the week is not very math-intensive). continue reading »last_img read more

Mountain and electric bicycles are now offered by the Papuk Nature Park

first_imgThe Nature Park has long been known as a sponsor of numerous sports events that include cycling, and by purchasing mountain and electric bicycles and renting them, they try to bring this popular sport closer to more and more people, not just trained cyclists. The public institution Papuk Nature Park invests in the tourist infrastructure and increases the tourist potential not only of the Park, but also of the entire area around the Park by implementing the UNESCO Geopark Geoprices project. RELATED NEWS: Papuk Nature Park continues its record tourist season with new investments. You will be able to rent the mentioned two types of bicycles in two categories – up to 3 hours or from 3 to 10 hours. Tourists will pay 60 or 150 kuna for exploring the beauties of Papuk by mountain bike, and for renting an electric bicycle, they will have to pay 90 or 250 kuna, depending on the duration. PP PAPUK INTRODUCES HOT AIR BALLOON FLIGHT IN ITS TOURIST OFFERcenter_img In the last year, a lot of great tourist stories come to us from PP Papuk. More on that in the attachment. Therefore, if you want to enjoy the view of Papuk from this perspective, we suggest that this weekend take your company to the Forest Park Jankovac or Velika where you can rent a mountain or electric and thus contribute to our Geopriča continue its journey on two wheels. PS Papuk Nature Park is located in Slavonia and so on a new dimension of the entire tourist offer of Slavonia Also, PP Papuk announced that they will soon become the owners of buses that will connect all areas of the Park and allow visitors to visit as many of its locations as possible during one visit to the Park. A new tourist attraction will soon be seen over Papuk – a flying hot air balloon of the Papuk Nature Park, and we must certainly praise the cooperation with the local population and micro and small entrepreneurs. last_img read more

Delays on both Eastbound and Westbound lanes of I-74

first_imgDearborn County —The Indiana State Police say to watch for delays on I-74 this morning in Dearborn County as a disabled commercial motor vehicle on I-74 Eastbound at exit 164- St. Leon exit, where a tanker trailer hauling liquid sugar broke in the middle. Also, crews are also on the scene of a semi fire on I-74 Westbound at 167-mile marker near Harrison where the interstate is down to one lane.last_img

2 dead, 1 seriously injured in fatal Alabaster, Twp. car crash

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. – Two men were killed in Alabaster Township in Iosco County earlier this month.A 55–year–old man from Augres named James Engelmann, and a 54–year–old man from San Rafael, Calif. named Michael Dady were pronounced dead on scene October 5.According to Michigan State Police, Engelmann was the driver and Dady rode in the passenger seat beside him.Engelmann lost control of the car and veered off the road.By the time he reentered US–23, the car collided with an oncoming commercial truck.Paramedics had to transport Ricky Schmidt, a 60–year–old from Alpena, to the hospital for serious injuries. He was the driver in the white truck.Investigators ruled out alcohol and drugs. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Health officials examine possible PFAS contamination in wildlifeNext Wildcat homecoming parade and tailgate party, Fridaylast_img read more

Cisco International and Samsung UK to speak at Employee Benefits Connect

first_imgCisco International, Samsung UK and Standard Chartered Bank are among the organisations speaking at Employee Benefits Connect 2016, which will take place at the Lancaster Hotel London on 9 March 2016.Speakers include Joanna Bean, head of reward, UK and Ireland at Samsung, who will discuss how employers can use technology to capture their imagination of their talent pool. She will also examine why employee feedback is so imperative, how employers can embrace workplace culture, and provide a case study on the use of technology at Samsung.Meanwhile, Adam Brooke, international benefits manager at Standard Chartered Bank, will talk through the UK’s rising eldercare demands, and how organisations can offer support and advice to employees.In addition, Dame Carol Black, expert advisor on health and work for the Department of Health, will look at what employers can do to tackle the stigma of mental ill-health in the workplace.See more information and register to attendlast_img