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Newly released body camera transcripts show last moments of George Floyd’s life

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Chairman’s HR training provides juggling skills

first_imgLeeds United’s chairman believes that his background in HR has given him theskills to deal with the football club’s recent troubles, including the highprofile trial of two of its footballers on assault charges. Peter Ridsdale, who enjoyed a 17-year career in HR including seniorpositions at ICL, the Burton Group and Del Monte, told the Recruitment Societylast week that his time in HR has helped him lead the club through turbulenttimes since he joined as chairman in 1997. This year the club has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasonsfollowing the conviction for affray of England international Jonathan Woodgateafter an attack on an Asian student and the acquittal of team-mate Lee Bowyer. Ridsdale said: “No football club in this country has had to go throughwhat Leeds has. My time in HR taught me that if you are in line management youmust get out there and show leadership when times are tough.” He believes the skills he learnt in HR have also helped him balance theneeds of both supporters and shareholders throughout the problems. Ridsdale said: “You try selling a player when you have 40,000 peopletelling you what they will do to you if you do. And try sacking him when he isworth £15 million and shareholders want to cash in on the value of the squad. “Like HR, I have to advise others on the best course of action. My timein HR taught me that you must persuade people and not tell them what to do,especially when they are 20 years old and earn £2 million a year.” Comments are closed. Chairman’s HR training provides juggling skillsOn 14 May 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img

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It maintains that there are no other explanations that account for disparities between blacks and whites. Specifically, it points to alleged racism in our law enforcement and criminal justice systems, but it fans out to indict the whole of American society.In almost every encounter, Obama and many other prominent Democrats and the media, have engaged in race baiting, stoking the flames of racial hatred in ways that have been destructive of the civil society and deadly to our police and communities. While decrying violence on the one hand Obama has given a wink and nod to its most violent proponents, chief of which is Black Lives Matter, the racist, black supremacist group that promotes cop-killing and, for good measure, anti-Semitism, an organization he refuses to condemn. 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It is the fifty-year inculcation since “Great Society” of a permanent underclass with underclass values, and the fragmented, crime ridden, impoverished communities it has spawned.Race defines liberalism today and all that flows from it, an ideology of victimhood and grievance – and how to exploit it for money, votes, and political power.  The race baiting left has plundered this narrative, farmed white guilt, harvested the social pathologies of the black community, most of which have nothing to do with racism, and grown and prospered.  It has twisted the race legend into new shapes and forms to include other victim groups.  It has invested its energies in the victim fable, the slave and the oppressor myth, in all its varied manifestations, and won.  The victim-race narrative equals liberalism today.  The black community has largely followed its message; it has been led into a house of poverty and despair.It is critical to challenge the Democrat Party and its miserable record of collapse and disintegration in our cities, which they have controlled for decades. 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