NHL awards race: Early leaders for Hart, Vezina, Norris and more

One month into the 2018-19 season, Ducks goalie John Gibson is giving the Edmonton Oilers star a run for his money for MVP. Here’s an early look at players in the mix for all the major awards.
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Los Angeles Leaders Seek Civic Commitment From Tech Industry

The tech sector in Los Angeles has taken off in the shadow of Silicon Valley, but now it is looking to its more famous and successful sibling in the north for lessons on how not to grow.
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‘Yellow Submarine’: A Dazzling Revival Everyone Should See (Especially the New Leaders of Pixar)

Just about every animated classic, from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” to “Spirited Away,” from “Toy Story” to “Persepolis,” from “Fritz the Cat” to “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” hits a ruling visual style and sticks to it. But there was a moment 50 years ago when one movie cartoon got high, floating above the rules […]

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Meghan joins the Queen to honour young leaders

The Queen was all smiles as she met David Beckham at a star-studded event at Buckingham Palace to celebrate inspirational young people.
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Delivering Good to Honor Three Industry Leaders at Annual Luncheon

HONOREES NAMED: Delivering Good will honor three industry leaders at its annual Women of Inspiration Luncheon fund-raiser on June 6 at The Pierre hotel in New York.
They are Pam Kaufman, president of consumer products and chief marketing officer, Nickelodeon; Carole Hochman, chief executive officer, chief creative officer, director, chairwoman, Naked Brands, and Dr. Taryn Rose, founder and strategic adviser, Taryn Rose.
The featured speaker will be Jodi Kantor, prize-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times and best-selling author. Last October, she and Megan Twohey broke the Times’ story of Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged abuse toward women.
Stan Herman is host of the luncheon and the event co-chairs are Karen Bromley of The Bromley Group and Carole Postal of Spotlight Licensing.
Luncheon tickets are $ 350 each and tables start at $ 7,500. For inquiries, contact Lauren Barnett at  Lauren@Delivering-Good.org.
Delivering Good is the charity for new product donations from companies in the fashion, home and children’s industries. The merchandise helps millions of kids, adults and families facing poverty and disaster each year. Since 1985, the charity has distributed more than $ 1.6 billion of donated product through their network of community partners.
 

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Facebook bans Britain First group and leaders

Facebook has banned Britain First and its leaders following what it says are repeated violations of its community standards.
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NHL Award Watch: New leaders in Hart, Selke, Norris and more

Since our last edition, the PHWA released its midseason awards winners. Basically, it reaffirmed the chalk favorites for the awards, including some picks we frankly disagree with. Here’s the latest insight on all the major races.
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LeBron, Curry new leaders in All-Star voting

LeBron James and Stephen Curry lead the Eastern and Western conferences in All-Star fan balloting with less than a week remaining.
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NHL awards race: Leaders for Hart, Vezina, Norris and more

At the midpoint of the 2017-18 season, there has been little separation in any of the awards races — well, aside from the Jack Adams Award for coach of the year. Here’s the latest look at the players in the mix for all the major awards.
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Which of the NHL’s division leaders are most vulnerable?

Heading into the annual NHL holiday roster freeze, the Lightning, Capitals, Predators and Golden Knights lead their respective divisions. History suggests that only two of these teams will remain in first place when the season ends, but which ones?
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Twitter suspends Britain First leaders

The leader and deputy of a far-right British political group’s Twitter accounts are frozen.
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YouTube star Casey Neistat criticises video site’s leaders

Award-winning vlogger Casey Neistat claims video creators could leave the service en masse.
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‘I loathe them’: Geldof tears into world leaders

Sir Bob Geldof has torn into world leaders including Aung San Suu Kyi and presidents Trump and Putin – saying he “loathes” them.
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Leaders from the start: Deshaun Watson, Marcus Mariota are ‘guys you want to follow’

Leaders from the start: Deshaun Watson, Marcus Mariota are ‘guys you want to follow’
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Tech leaders defy Trump on climate deal

President Trump says the US will withdraw from the Paris climate accord – but US tech firms are backing it.
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Rouhani’s Win Cheers Iran Business Leaders

Iranian business leaders were relieved Saturday after moderate President Hassan Rouhani, a proponent of foreign investment and engagement with the world, had secured another four years in office.
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JBS Executive Says He Illegally Paid Millions to Brazil Leaders

The chairman of meatpacking giant JBS has told prosecutors he made millions of dollars of illegal payments to Brazilian President Michel Temer and his predecessors, Dilma Rousseff and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
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Fashion Business Leaders Convene at Tokyo Summit

The Global Summit of Women began its final day Saturday with a breakfast discussion titled, “The Business of Fashion and Design.”
MCM chair and chief visionary officer Sung Joo Kim, designer Hiroko Koshino, Natori founder and chief executive officer Josie Natori, and Eve Enterprises founder and ceo Xia Hua participated in a panel, moderated by summit president Irene Natividad.
The conversation addressed fashion as a topic of industry — giving the more politically and business-inclined attendees a look into fashion’s serious underbelly.
Said Hua of her philosophy, which has helped her gain more than 1.8 million menswear customers: “China used to be a culture of saving, now [it’s one of] spending — you have to be unique now. We have spent lots of money on marketing campaigns to build brand awareness — educating men on how to style themselves and how to dress themselves.”
Touching on a subject matter close to the conference’s heart, Kim pondered: “Especially in the luxury space, it’s mostly men-owned, men-run. Normally women ceos are kicked out in one to two years. Why is that?”
Natori shared insight into her methods for innovation: “When I started 40 years ago, I was dealing with hundreds and hundreds of stores. I had never heard the

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Retrial of Former Dewey Leaders to Start

A new trial is slated to begin Monday in a financial fraud case brought against defunct New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf’s executives, a year and a half after an earlier attempt to place criminal blame on the one-time leaders ended in a mistrial.
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What This CEO Did Proves That Introverts Make Great Leaders

 

In this video, Susan describes one quiet leader you may not have heard of — a former CEO whose shyness and introversion guided, rather than inhibited, his leadership style.

The results were nothing short of remarkable: during his tenure, his company’s employee engagement, which had been among the lowest in the Fortune 500, rose to among the highest-ranked.

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Italian Leaders Chasing American Consumers With Yearlong $21.6 Million Initiative

NEW YORK — In a major vote of confidence in American consumers, Italy’s Vice Minister of Economic Development Carlo Calenda on Monday launched a yearlong, $ 21.6 million initiative tailor-made to bolster Italian fashion exports to the U.S. market.
Before detailing the multitiered program with other leading Italian trade officials at the Jacob K. Javits Center here Monday, Calenda discussed how the dollar’s strength against the euro, the industrialization of China and the shifting global marketplace were among the factors that spurred the effort. Last year, Italian exports to the U.S. totaled 5.2 billion euros, or $ 5.6 billion, an 11 percent increase compared to 2013. Italy has seen 4.5 percent market share growth in the U.S. since 2013. Because of increased spending due to the dollar gaining strength against the euro, Italy’s growth was 23.3 percent in the first quarter compared to the same period lat year.
“In the first phase of globalization, the mantra was, ‘You have to be present everywhere.’ Now you have to be much more selective. There are places where conditions for business will worsen, and places where they are opening up their borders for our goods,” he said. “We are really trying to guide our companies to avoid

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7 Things Great Leaders Do Differently

There have been thousands of books and articles written about leadership. There’s also a plethora of companies today that teach leadership skills. In my experience, however, these resources are mostly someone’s ideas or theories about the specific behaviors that define great leaders. Yet, if you look closely, you’ll find that the behavior of inspiring leaders does not fit a specific mold. The wildly different Gandhi and Vince Lombardi were both great leaders, for instance.

So, regardless of behavior, what truly defines leadership? To me, it’s the following seven inside-out traits:

1. Great leaders know (beyond a shadow of a doubt) that their feelings come from their thinking, not their circumstances.
What’s the main reason that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the finest leaders of all time? He knew that his feelings came from inside of him. In spite of the dysfunctional actions of many, King realized that his perceptions of other people were based on the normal ebbs and flows of his own thinking (and subsequent moods). In short, great leaders look inside of themselves for explanations. This allows them to live in clarity more often — a necessity if you want to motivate others.

2. Great leaders know that judgment is not helpful.
Here’s a simple rule: Judging another person says more about your state of mind than the other person’s. When your head is cluttered, you’ll be prone to judge. When your head is clear, you won’t be. Great leaders know that when their feelings are cluttered, disquiet, or insecure — they’re not capable of making sound assessments. They wait for clarity, peace of mind, or understanding to set in — and evaluate the actions of others from this perspective.

3. Great leaders act from a feeling of inspiration, not desperation.
This trait might seem obvious. Yet, no matter how hard a person tries, if he or she doesn’t understand the purpose of feelings, acting from desperation will occur too often. Great leaders understand that an “off” gut feeling is an intuitive sign that they’re not seeing things quite right. So, making decisions from this psychological disposition won’t pay dividends. Leadership is about acting only from inspiration — when a person feels unencumbered, compassionate, and free.

4. Great leaders are genuine.
Following another person’s approach to leadership will not work for you. Great leaders do not act like someone else. They’re real, spontaneous, and natural — never scripted. Remember: Genuineness is an offshoot of clarity, which originates from not blaming the outside world for one’s feelings. Those who look inside for explanations are wonderfully unique. All leaders are.

5. Great leaders know that their words are less important than the state of mind from which they speak.
Words do not convey truth; feelings do. That’s why people can say the same words with opposite connotations. Great leaders know that their words are merely an echo of a feeling — and positive feelings only originate from positive states of mind.

6. Great leaders keep goal setting in perspective.
Those who appreciate the inside — out nature of life know that the more people focus on an outside “prize,” the more they obstruct their awareness, shrink their perceptual field, and limit possibilities. Great leaders understand that achieving goals does not elevate self-worth or happiness. Instead, they relish the journey — the relationships and experiences — as the path toward creating what they want turns clear.

7. When in doubt — great leaders look to love.
Great leaders set guidelines based on one overriding principle: Love for others. They grasp, above all else, that love is the epitome of a clear mind. So, when they’re jammed up and not reaching their audience, great leaders look to love. How to help others then becomes obvious.

Thanks for reading. If you have questions, comments, or additions to this list — please let me know.

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