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2016 Ring of Excellence Award Winner Joe LaRocca
By Lee Pernice,
Since 2004, the National Retail Federation (NRF) has been recognizing and
honoring the men and women in Law Enforcement and Retail Loss Prevention with
annual awards. Over the years, these individuals have made significant
contributions in keeping our stores and consumers safe, protecting merchandising
and taking criminals off the streets.
This year's recipient of the Ring of Excellence award went to Joe LaRocca. This
award recognizes pioneers in the retail LP industry whose honor, integrity and
character serve as an example for the industry. Joe is currently the Founder and
Vice President, Loss Prevention for RetaiLPartners, a Los-Angeles-based LP
Joe's career in retail loss prevention began more than 20 years ago almost by
accident, an accident he says was one of the best things to happen to him. He
started in the industry as a part-time store guard for a Los Angeles-based
department store and moved into another part-time role as an LP agent when the
position became available. But Joe's real goal was to join a Federal Law
Enforcement agency, possibly the NSA. A friend suggested he first join a local
police department as a start in his chosen career when fate played its hand.
After going through the physical examinations that the job required, it was
discovered that Joe suffered from a previously unknown health issue that would
preclude him from a job on the police force and, ultimately as a Federal Law
After coming to terms with this news, Joe needed to find a new career to pursue
when his then boss, industry veteran Jim Thibodeaux took him aside and assured
him that he had a bright future in retail loss prevention and to give it a try.
Over the years, Joe held various LP management positions with major department
stores including Bullocks, Robinsons-May, Macy's, Rampage and finally the retail
side of the Walt Disney Company before moving on to becoming the Vice President
and Senior Advisor, Loss Prevention for the National Retail Federation. He has
had many milestones in the industry during his career including opening the very
first Macy's store in Southern California and building out its LP team, testifying
before Congress and state legislatures on identify theft and organized retail
crime, and serving as a nationally recognized LP spokesperson.
He has also been recognized three times by the Federal Bureau of Investigations
for outstanding assistance in connection with investigations and for exceptional
service in public safety. He is a volunteer reserve with the Los Angeles Police
Department, a founding member of the Los Angeles Area Organized Retail Crime
Association and an advisor to the Southern California chapter of the
International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators (IAFCI).
Joe attributes his success to his passion for technology, educating the public
and private sectors on the opportunities and challenges retailers face and the
role that his mentors played in helping him shape his career and his
contributions to the industry. In addition to working with Jim, Joe worked for
Mike Keenan back when Mike was the Vice President of Loss Prevention for Macy's
West and credits him for helping him grow in both experience and confidence.
Reflecting back, Mike remembers Joe when he was just beginning his career as an
LP Manager at Macy's.
"I immediately recognized that Joe had tremendous potential. He was very curious
and asked a lot of questions. He always wanted to understand the "why." He
learned quickly and volunteered for opportunities that would grow his knowledge
and experience and help him develop his effective leadership style. Joe has been
and continues to be a valuable asset to the LP profession and I am honored to
call him a friend," concluded Mike.
For as long as he can remember though, Joe has brought a sense of
entrepreneurship to every role he has held and technology was always a part
of that picture. Back before the Internet was a household word, he acquired a
number of domain names and built out one of the largest LP networking sites
(LPInformation.com) in existence. He later sold that site to the National Retail
Federation which served as what would become an entryway into the organization.
He also wrote one of the first electronic case statistical tracking programs on
the Bullock's main frame, which was eventually adopted as a standard in over 40
He now focuses on moving the industry forward through emerging technology such
as social media and cyber investigations, educating store operations and C-level
executives on profit protection and loss prevention and continuing to act as the
bridge between public and private sectors in making both sides aware of the
challenges the retail industry continues to face.
When asked about the individual he convinced so many years ago to give retail LP
a try, Jim Thibodeaux replied, "Joe's unique skills, character, integrity and
passion for Loss Prevention have served him well. Best described as innovative,
inquisitive, out-of-the-box thinker and a true visionary, his contributions and
leadership have had a significant role in the growth of our industry. This award
is a well-deserved honor."
More than 20 years ago, fate threw Joe LaRocca a curve ball that turned into a
home run for the retail industry.
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Istanbul, Turkey: 41 dead, 239 injured in Ataturk airport attack
A gun and bomb attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport has killed 41 people, at
least 13 of them foreigners, and injured more than 230, officials say. Three
attackers arrived in a taxi and began firing at the terminal entrance late on
Tuesday. They blew themselves up after police fired back. PM Binali Yildirim
said early signs pointed to so-called Islamic State but no-one has so far
admitted the attack. Recent bombings have been linked to either IS or Kurdish
Ataturk airport has long been seen as a vulnerable target.
There are X-ray scanners at the entrance to the terminal but security checks for
cars are limited.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the attack should serve as a turning
point in the global fight against militant groups. "The bombs that exploded in
Istanbul today could have gone off at any airport in any city around the world,"
Securing airports from attacks: Is it mission impossible?
"What has changed in recent years is the suicide element. That's difficult to
counter, if people are willing to blow themselves up". These are the words of
Norman Shanks, who used to run security at Britain's biggest airports.
Essentially, anywhere you get people gathering in large numbers is a target no
matter how many police you have around. So how to stop attacks on airports?
Mr Shanks says the best ways are intelligence, in other words, knowing about it
in advance, face recognition systems that can use CCTV to pick out suspects, and
teaching staff how to identify odd behaviour.
Europe's Economic Impact
Tourism in Turkey could drop 40% following increased terror attacks
A popular destination with a growing array of retail attractions, Turkey this
year might lose at least 40 percent of the 37 million visitors it attracted in
2014, news reports claim. Foreign arrivals to Turkey fell 7 percent in April,
according to the Turkish Tourism Ministry.
"Following previous attacks in Istanbul, we witnessed a decline in retail sales
in domestic purchase as well as purchases of visitors from the Middle Eastern
and western countries, but it quickly picked up," said Sami Kariyo, President of
the United Brands Association. Tourism investors, however, appeared less
optimistic about the near future. "We do not expect any foreign tourism this
year after resonant effects of the attacks abroad," said Burak Guzeloglu, a tour
operator based in Ankara.
Atlanta: Mall of Georgia
Threat From Teen Allegedly Described Murder-Suicide
The Mall of Georgia in metro Atlanta was allegedly threatened by a
16-year-old boy who said in an online gaming chat room that he would "shoot up"
the building. Another gamer reported the threat to police on Monday. The threat
indicated a shooting would happen at 3 p.m. Police contacted the teen, who never
attempted to carry out the threat, and soon declared the mall safe. "We don't
want citizens to panic and be fearful of shopping at the mall. We have the
situation under control," Gwinnett County Police Cpl. Deon Washington said.
Apple Misinterprets 'Work' In Screening Suit, Workers Say
Apple employees whose bid for overtime pay for time spent undergoing after-work
security checks was rebuffed by a California federal court told the Ninth
Circuit on Monday that the district court misinterpreted and misapplied both
prongs of the state's definition of work.
The workers say in their brief they were required to take action under the
direction of their employer. "[T]he court ignored the efforts that the employees
must engage in, i.e., searching for a manager to do the check when they want to
leave, opening up bags, displaying contents, moving contents around, unzipping
internal compartments, responding to security personnel directions, and other
exertion," the brief says. "At a minimum, whether the checks were 'passive' or 'active'
presented a material fact question for the jury."
Green Bay, WI: Schneider
says it Nearly Eliminated Cargo Theft in 2015
has announced that of the company's more than three million loads moved last
year, 99.999% were theft-free. In an age when cargo thieves have run rampant,
Schneider said it has incorporated multiple overlapping elements to prevent
theft, with carriers and shippers working together from the beginning of a
shipment to its final delivery. Schneider employs multiple technologies,
procedures and training to strengthen the supply chain and achieve best results.
Expanded Panama Canal could hurt Los Angeles, Long Beach ports
A $5.25 billion expansion of the Panama Canal opening this weekend will
reverberate 3,000 miles away at the massive Los Angeles and Long Beach ports
complex, which for decades has been the best, fastest and cheapest route between
Asia and the United States' voracious consumer market. Cargo containers from
Asia filled with everything from tennis shoes to computers now can take a
direct, all-water route to East Coast and southern ports, avoiding the trucks,
distribution centers and trains necessary to transfer goods from L.A./Long Beach
to far-flung U.S. markets.
Retailers, restaurants find ways to cope as minimum wages start to climb
It's about to get more costly for businesses to operate in the nation's second-
and third-largest American cities. The cities of Los Angeles and Chicago both
have local minimum wage ordinances going into effect July 1 that will increase
the mandated hourly wage 5 percent to $10.50 per hour from $10 previously. On
the same day, both San Francisco and Louisville, Kentucky, will also see new
higher minimum wages in their cities. San Francisco's hike will boost the hourly
rate 6 percent to $13 per hour from $12.25 previously, while Louisville's
minimum wage will rise 6 percent to $8.25 per hour from $7.75.
Some employers - particularly those in the retail industry - are increasingly
adopting technology to soften wage inflation pressure. McDonald's, Panera
Bread, Wal-Mart and other major retailers are leading the way and using kiosks
and other technology as they generally reduce the number of personnel dedicated
to cashier functions.
IKEA Recalls 29M Dressers After 6 Children Killed
IKEA revealed Tuesday it will recall roughly 29 million chests and dressers that
have the propensity to tip over and trap children underneath, following the
deaths of six children and nearly 30 injuries and prompting federal regulators
to call for immediate consumer action. The Swedish furniture retailer announced
the recall on its website, saying the recalled chests and dressers "are unstable
if they are not properly anchored to the wall, posing a tip-over and entrapment
hazard that can result in death or injuries to children."
Providence, RI: Ocean State Job Lot gets $7.8M in tax incentives for expansion
U.S. consumer spending rises in May, inflation still benign
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How To Avoid Cybersecurity Solutions Overload
Cybersecurity threats are never-ending, ever-evolving legal and reputational
menaces that have spawned an industry offering never-ending, ever-evolving
products, and finding the best in the crowd can mean sitting through hundreds of
pitches from vendors claiming to be the next big thing. Here's how companies can
cut through the hype and avoid information overload.
According to a new report from the Institute for Critical Infrastructure
Technology, these forces, coupled with weak organizational communication, are
burning out the chief information security officers that 54 percent of
organizations have hired to oversee cybersecurity.
"Lack of understanding of the role and unhappiness in the position contribute to
an average turnover rate of 17 months," the ICIT said in the report, "CISO
Solution Fatigue: Overcoming the Challenges of Cybersecurity Solution
Companies should prioritize long-term stability over short-term potential gains,
the ICIT concluded. ICIT senior fellow James Scott, a co-author of the report,
said that often the board and C-suite set aside a budget that is unrealistic
for what they're trying to accomplish, resulting in a focus on short-term fixes
instead of overall layered security
As Passwords Lose Credibility, 72% of Companies Plan to Ditch them by 2025
TeleSign, the leader in mobile identity solutions, today released a new report
Beyond the Password: The Future of Account Security. The study found that 69
percent of security professionals believe usernames and passwords alone no
longer provide sufficient security and a majority (72 percent) predict passwords will be phased out within nine years. The report also shows that security
professionals are increasingly
turning to effective, easy to implement
technologies such as behavioral biometrics and two-factor authentication (2FA)
to secure user accounts.
More key findings from TeleSign's The Future of Account Security Report include:
● Trust in passwords is waning, most companies plan to do away with them
● Poor security can lead to increases in fraud, having multiple impacts
● Behavioral biometrics and 2FA increase account security and are on the
Robots & Holograms
Inside Kohl's Plan to Win the Department Store Tech Wars
Kohl's is best known for being a middle-of-the-road, no-frills shopping place
favored by suburban moms. But the discount department store is looking to remake
its image as it seeks an edge in the fight for e-commerce dollars. In the
not-too-distant future, it hopes shoppers will think of it as a chain that
features some of the coolest customer-facing tech.
If the retailer's top executives have their way, pretty soon Kohl's stores will
boast state-of-the-art features like undocked, mobile cash registers, holograms
that show the latest runway collections, and robots that can take full inventory
overnight at a 35,000-square-foot store.
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Former SVP Asset Protection, Hudson's Bay Company, sits down with LPNN for a
discussion on career development. How should LP/AP executives at the store level
approach their position and what can they do to develop themselves and add value
at that level? After an LPM gets promoted to the multi-store level, what does
the first six months look like, where should they be focused, and how do they
position themselves for a corporate-level job? Also, learn why you should
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How Ad Fraud Ruins the
Billions will be lost to ad fraud
this year, and anywhere from three percent to 37 percent of ad impressions
will come from bots. In fact, ad fraud is on its way to possibly becoming
the second largest organized crime enterprise. With the prospects of a high
payout, low risk and relatively little effort needed, it's easy to see why
so many organized criminals are looking to profit from ad fraud.
part seems obvious. Of course you're at risk if you're a brand or website
advertising online. But do you know how you're at risk? Here's the different
types of ad fraud for online advertisers.
• Search ad fraud
Affiliate ad fraud
• Pixel stuffing and ad stacking
• Lead fraud
Some of these types of fraud can
be very difficult to monitor and catch. However, there are a few methods you
can apply to your advertising strategy to help you better detect and prevent
ad fraud from hurting you.
• Request transparency from your
• Time your ads.
• Use third-party monitoring.
• Assess your traffic constantly.
• Search for your site
• Think before you download.
loom for e-retailers using Canada Post
for Canada Post Corp., the operator of Canada's national postal service, and
the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), to come to agreement may leave
e-retailers in the lurch come Saturday. The two groups have been negotiating
a labor contract since January but as of July 2, all bets are off. Canada
Post can lock out the roughly 50,000 mail carriers, or the carriers can
strike. If either happens, all Canada Post deliveries-including any parcels
awaiting delivery-will stop.
E-retailers may suffer the consequences
if that happens. Canada Post says it delivers about two in every three
e-commerce parcels in Canada. For U.S. e-retailers that use Canada Post to
deliver to Canadian consumers, a Canada Post spokesman says all shipments
"coming into Canada would be held at the border until operations resume."
Wal-Mart takes aim at
Amazon as Prime Day approaches
TX: Cargo Theft Ring busted with help of Country Music Star; "Operation
Wheels & Deals" leads to 130 arrests in $2 Million theft|
When thieves pounced on country music star Zane Williams' van and trailer
outside a restaurant in north Houston in May 2015, they unwittingly tipped
off authorities to where they kept stolen equipment and pushed law
enforcement agencies to work on similar cases together. On Tuesday, the
Houston Police Department and the Department of Homeland Security announced
a network of 130 people had been arrested and charged with stealing upward
of $2 million of merchandise from trailers throughout the Houston area, all
within the past year. HPD made 80 of those arrests.
Orland Park, IL: Arrest
Warrants Issued for Shoplifting Crew; part of the same crew were seen
stealing merchandise from Lowe's
warrants were issued for two people believed to be part of a shoplifting
crew with a yen for hitting home improvement stores, said an Orland Park
police detective. Stephani Salzman, 33, with addresses in Calumet City, IL,
and Hammond, IN, was observed by store security walking out of the Lowe's
store on S. LaGrange with a tankless water heater. The water heater was
valued at $990. The detective told the judge that Salzman was picked out of
a photo array by store security who recognized her from past thefts.
Blanchard, LA: Wal-Mart
Employee Arrested in $9,000 gift card scheme
now former employee of retail giant, Wal-Mart, is facing theft charges after
an investigation linked her to thousands of dollars of stolen gift cards.
36-year-old Shtonya Webb is accused of stealing more than $9,000 worth of
loaded gift cards from the Wal-Mart in Blanchard. Sheriff's Detective Casey
Jones investigated the case and made the arrest after being notified that
Webb, a cashier at the store, was accused of loading Wal-Mart gift cards
without payment on twelve separate occasions.
Santa Clarita, CA: Two
Arrested Following Burglary
Of Canyon Country Home Depot
Two suspects were arrested in Canyon Country Sunday night after
allegedly leaving Home Depot with a shopping cart full of stolen
merchandise, reportedly engaging in a physical altercation with store
security before fleeing in a stolen vehicle. There was a struggle over the
merchandise and the suspects fled (in a stolen vehicle)," said Cambra,
noting no one was injured in the altercation.
Chesterfield, MO: Two
"Big Shark" Bike Shop employees busted in $40,00 theft
Two former Big Shark employees are accused of working
together to steal from the bike shop. Gina Perschbacher and Christopher
Ploch, who were dating, worked together to steal tens of thousands of
dollars worth of bicycle parts over the course of a year and a half. During
an investigation, it was determined that Perschbacher had linked a company
credit card to her PayPal account in April 2015. The couple is accused of
purchasing more than $40,000 worth of merchandise then not entering the
parts into the store's inventory. Perschbacher has been charged with felony
identity theft for using credit card information was not lawfully permitted
Vienna, VA: Victoria's
Secret thieves hit a parked car at Tysons Corner
suspects led police on a chase and hit a parked car Monday afternoon, after
allegedly making off with items from the Victoria's Secret store at Tysons
Corner shopping center.
Erie, PA: Woman charged
with thousands in Check Fraud/ gift card purchases theft cases waives
A Cleveland woman accused by state
and Millcreek Township police of passing stolen checks to buy thousands of
dollars' worth of gift cards from local stores in the Erie region in March
2015 is facing trial after waiving her preliminary hearing Tuesday under an
agreement with prosecutors in which many of the criminal charges against her
Newark, DE: On June 23 a man was
observed by Acme's Loss Prevention Team stealing two First Response
ovulation tests and two boxes of Crest 3D White Whitestrips worth a total of
York, ON, CN: 2 suspects sought in
theft of clothing from Below the Belt in Vaughan Mills Mall
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Jackson, TN: Shots
Fired, No Injuries; Man Charged in Armed Robbery
of Dollar General
Matthew Hope has been charged with aggravated robbery and two counts of
felon in possession of a firearm in connection to an armed robbery at Dollar
General. On Sunday evening, Jackson police responded to an armed robbery at
the Dollar General. A masked man entered the store with an AR-15 rifle and
demanded money from the clerk. The gunman fired multiple rounds inside the
store before leaving with cash. No one was injured.
Augusta, ME: Police ID
one suspect in Wal-Mart shooting incident
Authorities have identified one of those arrested following an altercation
where shots were fired in the Wal-Mart parking lot Sunday as a person with
"a lengthy criminal history" with aliases in three states, according to an
affidavit filed Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center. McBride was one of
four people arrested Sunday night following an altercation in the parking
lot at the store in the Marketplace at Augusta. The national identification
center indicated that McBride used aliases and Social Security numbers from
Virginia, New York and Maryland.
Robberies & Thefts
MI: Video released of $100,000 Smash-and-Grab robbery at high-end jeweler
inside Somerset Mall
Troy police have
released video surveillance of a recent smash-and-grab robbery in which
$100,000 worth of high-end watches were stolen from a jeweler at the
Somerset Collection. Investigators are now looking for help identifying two
suspects in the robbery, and ask those with information to call detectives.
The incident was called in at 6:31 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21. Employees at
the Omega jewelry and watch boutique told them as many as five watches had
been stolen from the store. Surveillance video shows two unknown men walking
into the outlet and looking around.
West Chester, PA: One
sentenced to 5 to 10 years for Vitamin Shoppe Armed Robbery; he'll be out in
Shaquille K. Jackson pleaded guilty on
Monday to charges of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery stemming from
a hold-up at the Vitamin Shoppe store on North Pottstown Pike in July 2014
in which he and two others took about $1,000 in cash from the register,
telling clerks on duty that they would be shot if they moved. He is now
serving an 18-year sentence in Delaware for three of the felonies. The terms
of his plea in the West Whiteland case call for him to commence serving a
five- to 10-year sentence only after he is paroled on the Delaware cases,
which would be 2033 at the earliest.
Omaha, NE: Police release Family Dollar Armed
Omaha police are
searching for two armed men who robbed a Family Dollar store on June 9. The
incident was reported at 10 p.m. Officers at the store, near 24th and Lake,
said witnesses and victims told them the two men ran into the store, and one
acted as a lookout. The other man went to the counter and grabbed the entire
Vista, CA: 50 iPhones Stolen from Verizon Wireless Store; valued at $33,000
According to the Chula Vista Police at 8:45 p.m., While an employee was
placing smart phones inside a safe, one suspect went inside the store and
forced that employee into the bathroom, the employee was not injured. This
robbery comes just a day after a similar armed robbery at a Verizon store on
Clairemont Mesa Boulevard. In that case, which happened around the same time
of the night, two armed men wearing hoodies and masks entered the store and
stole an unknown amount of merchandise.
Barrie, ON, CN:
Shopper's Drug Mart Loss Prevention agent dragged by fleeing shoplifting;
sustains head injury
The suspect then ran out
of the store without paying for the several bottles of fragrances. The
suspect refused to stop and entered into the passenger seat of a truck. The
Loss Prevention Officer approached the vehicle and reached inside in an
attempt to recover some of the stolen property. The suspect vehicle then
started to drive away and the L. P. Officer was struck and dragged by the
vehicle for approximately 10 feet. The L.P. Officer then dropped to the
ground where he sustained a non-life-threatening head injury.
Erie County, NY: Nearly
100 shops registered as Erie County enforces
Pawn Shop Law
The Erie County Sheriff's Office has been busy issuing licenses and
registering pawn shops and secondhand stores, which since January have been
subject to a new law that is designed to find and recover stolen goods. That
law requires shops which buy back goods document and hold the items for two
weeks before reselling them.
Ireland: Retailers who
share Shoplifting Footage are breaking law
Retailers' group RGDATA has called for an urgent review of the application
of data protection law as it applies to the use of CCTV for crime prevention
purposes. RGDATA director general Tara Buckley said many retailers were
effectively under siege as a consequence of repeated thefts from their shops
and need to be able to employ technology effectively to help prevent crime.
"It is also important that retailers should be able to work together to
prevent crime and sharing CCTV images and information with each other about
alleged perpetrators is a critical element to stopping retail crime."
College Station, TX: 2nd arrest made in
connection to J. C. Penney thefts
Guilford, CT: Police investigate smash
and grab robberies in Guilford, Old Saybrook
CA: US Homeland Security seize fake clothing and drugs in California
Officials from US Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) have seized
"hundreds" of boxes of counterfeit drugs and clothing after a raid in
California. The counterfeits were recovered on Tuesday, June 21, after seven
search warrants were carried out in the Sacramento area. Investigators from
HSI and various Californian law enforcement agencies discovered the
counterfeits along with more than $10,000 in cash. The enforcement follows a
month long investigation into the suspected sale of illegal foreign
prescription medications, over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, and counterfeit
clothing by a Sacramento couple and their son. The goods were found at the
family's home and at three businesses, Fashion Moda, Victoria's Health
Products and Elena's Health Products.
FBI Investigation: 3 found guilty in sale of
More than 1,000 units of the software were sold both nationally and
internationally for between $6,000 and $12,000.
Kenya: Anti-Counterfeit Agency (ACA)
Raises the Alarm Over Fake Electronics Hitting 80%
Millburn, NJ: Police investigating
Credit Card Fraud at Walgreen's in Short Hills
Davenport, FL: Skimming device found at Sun Trust ATM; suspect in clear view
Manatee County, FL: Sun Trust Bank ATM
Skimmers found in Manatee and Polk Counties
Ulster, NY: Device found on ATM at
Rondout Savings Bank; 50 transactions
C-Store - Lake Worth, FL - Robbery
Chicken Express - Nacogdoches, TX - Armed Robbery
Discount Tobacco - Newington, CT - Robbery
Goldsboro Furniture - Goldsboro, NC - Armed Robbery
Greg Lynn Jewelers - Palm Coast, FL - Burglary
House of Jerky - Charleston, SC - Armed Robbery
K&K Discount Liquors and Variety - Pittsfield, MA -
Mobile - Keene, NH - Robbery
Ormond Brewing - Ormond Beach, FL - Burglary
Pit Stop - Stephens, AR - Shooting/ 1 injured
Stop-n-Go - Monroe, OH - Armed Robbery
Subway - Nashville, TN - Burglary
Sunoco - Rome, NY - Armed Robbery
Verizon - Chula Vista, CA - Armed Robbery
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Always Use to Inspire Teamwork Smart leaders
know that accomplishing the goals they've set for their organization can't
happen with just one person. It takes a team of motivated people working as one
unit to reach success and do great things. Here are some phrases you can use to
motivating your team to do their best.
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7 Ways Strong Leaders Build
Trust in a Team The key ingredient to building
a team that can work well together, accomplish goals, and maintain a positive
energy, is trust. By trusting your team, you don't need to worry about things
getting done, or if they've understood the plan. Here's how the strongest
leaders build trust.
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Going beyond your job description and taking responsibility for things
outside your scope broadens your "runway" and quite frankly we hear that
term all the time when it comes to defining an executive's future. It's not
the job that's defining you, it's your own perceptions of what you can do
that determines how far you go. Opening your mind and embracing what you
don't know will allow you to change your own perceptions and thus lengthen
your runway. And in today's environment where we've all been stretched,
you've got to be focused on the value you're adding to the company you're
working for. If you can focus there and be able to specifically list the
value you're adding, odds are, regardless of what happens to the company
your working for, you'll do great!
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