East CoastAnne TolleyNational PartyAgainstAgainstAgainst Electorate▲Name Party First vote Second vote Third vote BotanyJami-Lee RossNational PartyForForFor Bay of PlentyTony RyallNational PartyAgainstAgainstAgainst CoromandelScott SimpsonNational PartyForForFor Hamilton EastDavid BennettNational PartyAgainstAgainstFor Hauraki-WaikatoNanaia MahutaLabour PartyForForFor Clutha-SouthlandBill EnglishNational PartyAgainstAgainstAgainst Dunedin SouthClare CurranLabour PartyForForFor Christchurch CentralNicky WagnerNational PartyForForFor Dominion Post 17 April 2013The interactive map below shows how electorate MPs voted in all three readings of the marriage equality bill. The table below the map shows how all MPs voted. The charts at the bottom show a breakdown of votes for and against the bill, according to different political parties. The last chart shows how list MPs voted. Auckland CentralNikki KayeNational PartyForForFor East Coast BaysMurray McCullyNational PartyForAgainstAgainst Dunedin NorthDavid ClarkLabour PartyForForFor EpsomJohn BanksACT New ZealandForForFor Christchurch EastLianne DalzielLabour PartyForForFor Hamilton WestTim MacindoeNational PartyAgainstAgainstAgainst HelensvilleJohn KeyNational PartyForForFor http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/politics/8565941/Marriage-equality-bill-How-MPs-voted
“Obviously it’s a massive boost. Even when he comes to watch the games, it’s a boost. He’s always speaking, trying to motivate every one which is good. He’s a real leader. As a player who has had a few hamstring injuries, it’s a weird one because I don’t want him to rush it because I know how much it can come back, but at the same time, we need him. Read Also:Harry Kane steps up recovery from injury as Tottenham get huge boost “As long as he does his recovery properly and comes back strong I’ll be happy.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dele Alli is happy seeing Harry Kane back in training at Tottenham. injured Spurs captain Harry Kane intensifying recovery Kane trained outdoors with the ball on Monday and hopes to return to action in early to mid-April after tearing his right hamstring tendon at Southampton on New Year’s Day – an injury which later required surgery. “It’s very good [to see him training],” Alli said. “Harry’s an amazing athlete and professional. He’s picked up a few injuries since I’ve been here and every time he’s recovered very well. You can see how motivated and dedicated he is. I wasn’t surprised to see him out there. He works so hard on his game.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpThe Most Clever Uses Of CGI In CinemaCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?
Facebook51Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Thurston Community TelevisionThurston Community Television (TCTV) has spent the past six months renovating and upgrading the community media center it operates in Thurston County. A state-of-the-art High Definition television studio is now available for use by community members to make video programs that are aired on the TCTV channels and shared through the Internet. The new facility will be unveiled to the community during an open house on Saturday, September 27, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.“We’re very excited about the opportunities this new facility offers,“ says Deborah Vinsel, TCTV CEO. “Our community can now create beautiful high definition video programs in our studio. The graphics (titles and credits) are beautiful. We can stream programming from the studio directly onto the Internet and import media from web services (like SKYPE) to include participants from other places. It’s an exceptional facility and it’s available to anyone who wants to become a member and take our classes. “The TCTV studio is located at 440 Yauger Way SW, Suite C, Olympia, in the same building as Comcast Cable on Olympia’s west side. There are lots of hands-on activities planned for the September 27 Open House. Attendees can take a tour, make an animation, shoot a video message, or record a voice-over to name a few. There will also be refreshments and door prizes. At 3:00 PM there will be a brief program in the studio to officially re-dedicate the facility.TCTV has been managing the public, educational, and governmental cable access channels and production facilities since 1986. The resources are made possible through service contracts between TCTV and Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater and Thurston County. TCTV services include video production training classes, studio and editing facilities, and portable equipment that can be checked-out by TCTV members. Membership is open to any individual, nonprofit organization, government agency or school. Members have access to low-cost classes and can gain unlimited access to the equipment and facilities by paying a small annual fee.Programming created through the TCTV facilities is seen on four local cable channels on the Comcast Cable system in greater Thurston County and on three channels on Fairpoint Cable system serving the area around Yelm. More than 20,000 hours of programming is scheduled by TCTV on these channels each year. Programming is also available through the TCTV website, www.tctv.net.TCTV is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
The Account Manager is supposed to be responsible for making sure your client captures the value of using your products and services, and for helping to drive greater adoption. With that value recognized, the Account Manager can then introduce new offerings and create even greater value, bringing in the Account Executive to help create and capture these new opportunities. Well, in theory, this is what is supposed to happen.There is a reason that the Account Executive (supposed Hunter) is now the Account Manager (supposed Farmer) and the Account Manager is now Glorified Customer Service. The reason your Hunter isn’t hunting and your farmer isn’t farming is because each of them has taken one step down in responsibility. More accurately, they are pulled in that direction.When the customer service and operations teams can’t clean up the day-to-day challenges, maybe because the challenges are systemic, maybe because that team is disempowered, maybe because the Account Manager lacks trust in their operations team, maybe because the client has no trust in that team, or maybe because no one wants to engage in the conflict necessary to produce better results, the Account Manager steps in to solve those problems.Now, the Account Executive who ultimately owns the client, steps into their role of the Account Manager, trying to help the client with the existing problem and managing relationships without selling anything new, fearful of failing the client even further, and petrified of the pushback they expect from stakeholders who are already not happy.I’m just back from a day with the team at CEB, now Gartner, where they shared their latest research with me and a few other friends from the community. Their research shows that the strategies most companies believe will encourage revenue growth only end up causing members of the team that serves the client to do everything possible to retain the client–and nothing to actually grow the account.As I have written here and here, the best retention strategy is proactively creating greater value, from month to month, and quarter to quarter.Changing the Account Manager’s title to Client Success Manager (all the rage now) isn’t likely to clear up the lack of role clarity. It’s going to take a change in the overall strategy, and it’s going to require a clarity in roles–and a greater commitment to execution in each. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Rice praises West Ham character for Aston Villa drawby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveDeclan Rice praised West Ham’s character for their 0-0 draw with Aston Villa.Rice says West Ham would have lost Monday’s goalless draw at Aston Villa last season, but instead the confidence and spirit in the squad enabled them to grind out a hard-earned point.He told whufc.com: “To be honest, I think we’re very happy with the point. We were a bit slow in the first half. We kept the ball well at times, but it was a bit too end-to-end and in the second half, when we went down to ten, we knew it was going to be tough because we know they’ve got some top players, but we dug in, defended really well and were still creating chances.“We weren’t just sat back. We were still trying to get the three points and I think we can be happy with our night’s work.”He added: “When we’re playing now, we’re playing with that confidence. We’re defending hard, we’re attacking hard and every player who puts on the shirt, we’re feeling confident to go out there and get the three points.”
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Nicol urges calm around Chelsea outcast Pulisicby Paul Vegas24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool legend Steve Nicol says Christian Pulisic will come good at Chelsea.Chelsea fans have been pleading with Frank Lampard to give Pulisic more game time in the league, but the boss seems to prefer Pedro and Willian on either flank with Tammy Abraham in the middle.Regardless, Nicol explained on ESPN FC that Chelsea fans need to just give the youngster time, because he will get good in the end.“I think everyone should calm down,” he said.“He’s 21, he’s just started out on his Premier League career.“He’s what, six or seven games in? And everyone is jumping up and pressing the panic button.“This kid has ability, he also has something very important – a level head.“As much as everyone around him may be panicking, he understands that – because he’s been through it already at Dortmund.“He knows that patience is needed, and that through the ability he has, he’ll get there in the end.“I’m sure that right now he’s thinking – I’ve done it all before, I need to step up a level, but I can do this.”
ARLINGTON, TX – DECEMBER 29: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes during the Goodyear Cotton Bowl against the USC Trojans in the second quarter at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Among the most prominent college football talking points heading into week two was that of Ohio State’s weak remaining schedule. Michigan State is the only ranked team on the Buckeyes’ schedule, which many SEC coaches, including Bret Bielema and Dan Mullen, complained about. The weekend did not go well for those two; Mullen lost by two against LSU despite the Tigers failing to generate any kind of passing offense, while Bielema’s Razorbacks were embarrassed by Toledo.When asked about the complaints during his Monday press conference, Meyer said that he doesn’t pay attention to any other team’s schedule.Asked about strength of conferences, Urban Meyer: “I don’t know anyone else’s schedule. … I don’t know how (people) know that.”— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) September 14, 2015Urban Meyer says he has no idea how the Big Ten is perceived right now. “I don’t know anyone’s schedule…I don’t care.”— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) September 14, 2015While conference pride plays a factor in college football, for the top teams in the country, that’s probably the correct approach.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – DECEMBER 02: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks on as they play the Wisconsin Badgers during the second half of the the Big Ten Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer made the rounds yesterday, appearing on The Dan Patrick Show, CBS, ESPN and Fox to promote his new book, titled “Above the Line.” Bill O’Reilly, host of The O’Reilly Factor, made sure to ask some interesting questions.O’Reilly, alluding to Meyer’s strict policies, asked the Buckeyes head man what he’d have done if Jameis Winston, who infamously stole crab legs from a Publix ahead of the 2014 season, had been on his team. He said he “would have had a hard time letting it go.”Of course, it’s always easy to say what you’d have done when you aren’t in the exact situation. That being said, Meyer probably runs a tighter ship now than he did in the past.