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North Ferriby 1-4 Tranmere: Special praise for hat-trick hero Harris

Tranmere boss Micky Mellon reserved some special praise for hat-trick hero Jay Harris after Tuesday’s win over North Ferriby.

The season has not been too kind to the midfielder, who less than a month ago was not even able to force his way into the match-day squad, such was the strength of the Rovers midfield. 466 more words

Football

North Ferriby 1-4 Tranmere: Report

Andy Cook became the first Tranmere player to reach 20 league goals in a single season for over a decade as he helped fire Rovers back to winning ways.

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Football

Engaged Employees = Empathetic Experiences

This article was originally published by Management Today in March 2017.

Ask anyone about a recent great customer experience they’ve had, and they’ll probably mention the person who made it happen. 572 more words

Customer Experience

What Life Has Taught Me About Friendship

When you consider that you can survive for a while without a lover or spouse, but it’s practically impossible to survive without a friend, it becomes easier to see how friendship is a bigger deal than romance. 93 more words

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Commentary

Most of us are familiar with Aesop’s fable, The Tortoise and the Hare, which, according to at least one interpretation, teaches us that the fastest runner does not always win the race. 1,295 more words

Education

The Power of Pluralism

One of our school’s several Torah scroll’s needs to be repaired. This Torah is most often used by the school’s traditional egalitarian minyan (one of several different minyanim including Reform, alternative and mechitza). 2,846 more words

Education

THINKING DIFFERENTLY ABOUT DAY SCHOOL FUNDING AND PRIORITIES

THE CHALLENGE

In healthy, stable organizations with strong leadership and governance, a short-term resource challenge and even a crisis can generate innovative, adaptive thinking and great leadership. 2,041 more words

Education