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Bringing top business schools to your credit union team

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Look around the average college classroom and you’ll see varying levels of commitment from students. Some aren’t there; some are sleeping; some are watching YouTube videos; and some are fully engaged.Look around the classroom during a CUES institute at a top business school and you’ll see cream-of-the-crop current and emerging leaders listening, taking notes, sharing ideas, debating issues, and even laughing in the process. Notably, this kind of collaborative learning is not possible in other industries.Being able to describe such a classroom situation, plus CUES’ own track record of working with top tier business schools, is key to CUES’ ability to build new institute relationships with highly regarded universities, according to Christopher Stevenson, CIE, CUES’ SVP/chief learning officer.“We start with an idea for a program based on a need in the industry,” he explains. “Based on the concept, I check the readily available business school ratings for the topic under consideration. For example, when I was developing CUES’ new Strategic Innovation Institute, both MIT and Stanford—where the institute’s segments are now offered—stood out.” continue reading »last_img read more

CariMAN tackles scourge of violence in Dominica

first_img 14 Views   no discussions Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img LocalNews CariMAN tackles scourge of violence in Dominica by: – April 23, 2012 Share A local chapter of the Caribbean Male Action Network Organization (CariMAN) has taken up the responsibility of addressing the scourge of violence in Dominica.CariMAN Dominica Chapter Inc held a one-day Symposium on Violence at the Public Service Union on Friday in response to the escalation of violence in our homes, schools and communities. Several individuals, groups, institutions and organizations were invited to attend the Symposium including magistrate Gloria Augustus, Opposition leader Hector John, Member of Parliament for the Roseau Central Constituency Norris Prevost, Health Minister Julius Timothy, Community Development Minister Gloria Shillingford to discuss and develop a National Plan of Action to reduce violence and its impact on the society. CariMAN’s president Thomas Holmes explained that the idea for the Symposium was born out of a brain storming session among group members to determine ways in which they could pull their resources together in an effort to help the country. He noted that among the ideas were tackling the negative impact of drugs on the island, finding ways to raise men’s awareness to their health and violence.Holmes reported that CariMAN embarked upon violence as “because it is destroying our people, destroying our land. We see this pain inflicting activity as one that is having a very negative impact on the very fabric of our society; everyone is affected by violence many of our boys, young men and men are involved in it”.CariMAN’s goal he continued; “Is to see Dominicans living in love, in harmony, respecting each other, appreciating and celebrating our success and achievement. Violence is a hindrance to all of these”.According to Holmes, “people are angry, they go to bed angry and wake up with a “double dose of anger, violence and disrespect when we hear what certain people have to say about us and others”. At work, at home and within society Holmes believes there is intense anger and frustration exhibited which can also lead to violent behaviors.“At the work place, we behave like crabs in the barrel. Friendship and gossip lavish and professionalism is not yet born for many of us. Our behavior and attitude sometimes lead to violence and violation of the human rights of others. We are like strangers in our homes, our homes are becoming like hotels; we check in, we check out. No time to sit down and enjoy each other’s company, we do not talk with each other”.Holmes believes that violence is “flourishing” because there is a lack of “positive role models, respected and trustworthy men and boys”.“Violence is flourishing because we curse more and we love less, we forget the children and youth who are neglected, abandoned, rejected, and afflicted; they become violent when we do not help them. Sometime, the only way out for them, the only way of survival is the path of violence and destruction”.He proposed that society need to “guide, protect and teach” the youth in an effort to reduce the rate of crime and violent behavior among them.“It is time that we take back our country from the brink of disaster and give it back to God, let him bless it; let him work in our land together with us. Let us come together and work for a Dominica free from fear and violence. Boys and men of Dominica; let us come together and reject violence, let us join with the girls and women and reject all types of violence”. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more