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Breaking Confidence for Self Harm

There were only six of us for this session which made for a surprisingly intimate group. We started off talking about the diploma, the heavier workload and the need for a work placement. 742 more words

Learning Journal

The Warrior Mentality Code: Part I

From my May 2018 column for The Kitsap Sun / Kitsap Business Journal…

Being an entrepreneur requires a “warrior mentality.” As CEO or President, being the “boss” means you fall under this definition of entrepreneur, so pay attention to my next statement. 954 more words

Business

Hire Security Services For Providing Security To The VIPs

Nowadays, security is the most important concern of life. Murder, robbery, kidnapping and other violence acts are getting common these days in Northern Ireland. Thus, many security companies are there which provide security services according to individual’s needs. 235 more words

Business

Advice to the Board - Knowing the Business is Critical to Effective Risk Oversight

For those of you that know me or have been a student of mine know that I constantly rant about knowing and understanding the client’s business, in order to intelligently comprehend and appreciate the risks the business faces.  1,142 more words

Board Of Directors

Camp Fire Hazards

It’s that time of year again! Living in Alberta, we all know how disastrous a forest fire can be. No one wants to see fires tear through their homes and communities, like what has happened previously to Fort McMurray or Slave Lake.  402 more words

Archaeology

Treat your capital like poker chips

I once walked into a casino and it was the most depressing scene of unhealthy, mindless, and hopeless behavior I had ever seen in my life.  428 more words

Trading

How well are you managing workers’ compensation claims?

The right analytics approach could yield substantial savings

Posted by Matt Carrier and Frank Zizzamia on May 17, 2018.

The “80/20” rule is commonly applied to workers’ compensation claims: namely, that 80 percent of the cost comes from 20 percent of the claims. 1,220 more words

Compensation And Rewards