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5 signs of a leader

first_imgPart of being a leader is helping the next generation prepare to transition into management roles. Within your organization, that starts with hiring the right people and then providing them with opportunities to grow both personally and professionally.As your company faces changes and challenges, who are the employees that will step up and support your leadership to get through them? Marcel Schwantes, principal and founder of Leadership From the Core, shares five signs you can look for when identifying leadership potential.Self-control: Leaders must make tough decisions and handle uncomfortable situations all the time. In these moments, it’s critical to be measured, reasonable and patient, not only for the success of your company but also to maintain the trust of other employees. Look for those who can respond well to conflict. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more


Four leaf dropoff sites set to open next month in Clark County

first_imgResidents can bring leaves for free disposal at any one of four drop-off sites this year.The fall leaf coupon program, managed by the city of Vancouver and Clark County Public Works, aims to reduce leaves that clog stormwater drains and cause flooding.Coupons are good between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31. Up to 5 cubic yards can be disposed for free. Disposal of branches and other yard debris, however, is not free. Usual rates apply.Coupons are available in the Waste Connections recycling newsletter, which is sent to all Clark County households, or online at cityofvancouver.us/solidwaste or clark.wa.gov/public-works/leaf-disposal.Coupons are also available at Vancouver City Hall, city of Vancouver Utility Services and other city offices.Vancouver homeowners are responsible for managing leaves from their trees. The city does not pick up leaves or offer a fee service to remove fallen leaves. It is unlawful to blow or rake leaves into the street.Leaves are accepted at H&H Wood Recyclers, McFarlane’s Bark, Triangle Resources and West Van Materials Recovery Center. Each location sets its own hours.last_img read more