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California Diversity Council Announces the Top 50 Northern & Southern California Diverse Leaders

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Calif., November 30, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The California Diversity Council announces the Top 50 Northern and Southern California Diverse Leaders, a distinctive list of individuals from diverse fields who exhibit exceptional leadership qualities. The focus of the award is to give prominence to the accomplishments of men and women who exceed the scope of what is expected in their organizations and communities. These individuals continue to excel in the workforce and are inspiring others to reach their highest potential.  

Matt Clark Named as Honorable Mention for Emerging Leader Award by InsideNGO

PYXERA Global speaks at InsideNGO’s 2017 Annual Conference
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WASHINGTON, D.C., July 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ - PYXERA Global proudly announces the recognition of Senior Global Engagement Manager, Matt Clark, by Inside NGO’s Excellence Awards. Clark, who co-designed PYXERA Global’s popular tri-sector partnership training and currently leads The Center for Citizen Diplomacy, received honorable mention at Inside NGO’s 2017 Annual Conference yesterday under the Emerging Leader category.

Management Lessons Inspire Social Impact

Authentic Leadership Fosters a Culture of Positive Change
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“It really wasn’t me- all credit goes to my great team.” How often have we heard that line from a leader, or used it ourselves? We admire that manager’s humility and assume anyone using that approach must be great to work for. Right?

Engineer Uses LEADER to do His Job Better

Third article of a three-part series featuring innovative train-handling technology
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Read the first article: LEADER Starts to Pay Off

Read the second article: Employee’s Ingenuity Speeds LEADER Rollout

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Read the first article: LEADER Starts to Pay Off

Read the second article: Employee’s Ingenuity Speeds LEADER Rollout

Employee’s Ingenuity Speeds LEADER Rollout

Second article of a three-part series featuring innovative train-handling technology
Summary: 

Read the first article: LEADER Starts to Pay Off

Article

Read the first article: LEADER Starts to Pay Off

LEADER Starts to Pay Off

First article of a three-part series featuring innovative train-handling technology
Article

Eleven years ago, Norfolk Southern began piloting a train-handling technology dubbed LEADER, installing it on locomotives pulling coal trains over a hilly, curvy stretch of track between Roanoke, Va., and a Winston-Salem, N.C., power plant.

From that small start, NS has transformed LEADER into the railroad’s flagship fuel-efficiency initiative.

TransCanada Recognized for Leadership in R&D

TransCanada named to Canada's Top 100 Corporate R&D Spenders list
Blog

Driving scientific breakthrough takes unwavering perseverance. It’s also something for which TransCanada has been recognized in 2014 after landing a spot on Canada’s Top 100 Corporate R&D Spenders list by Research Infosource Inc., Canada’s Source of R&D Intelligence.

Gartner Recognizes Enablon as a Leader in Environmental, Health & Safety Management Systems

Evaluation Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute
Press Release

Chicago, IL / Paris, France, May 12, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Enablon, the world's leading provider of Sustainability, EH&S and Operational Risk Management Software, announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders Quadrant of the “Magic Quadrant Environmental, Health and Safety Management Systems[1]” report.  Fourteen companies are assessed in the report based on their “Completeness of Vision” and “Ability to Execute” and Enablon is positioned among the leaders in the evaluation.

Team, Not the Leader, is Key in Service Industry, says Lufthansa CEO - CSR Minute for September 19, 2013

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In a service business, it’s the team, not the leader, that counts. So says Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr about his management strategy for the German airline. He also says that the American “hype” about individuals who lead companies from the top down is “over.” Spohr describes his work schedule as CEO as 30 percent meetings with front-line staff: pilots, flight attendants, and mechanics. This approach keeps him close to the details of airline service and to the employees who execute them.

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