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HBU Holds Lead Heading Into Final Round, Seeks Consecutive Championships

first_imgOn a day that wind helped the overall scoring average go up by two shots from yesterday’s round, Brooks was the only player to go under par. She recorded five birdies, including the only birdie on the 18th hole. The final hole provided the most trouble for individuals Tuesday, causing a 5.03 scoring average on the 393-yard, par 4. Alisa Chong of Houston Baptist holds the individual lead after finishing today three-over after shooting an even par in the opening round. She is up by three strokes on Central Arkansas’ Fernanda Lira. The top three teams will tee off at 9:30 a.m. CT. Tournament Page | Live Results | Round 2 LeaderboardsMONTGOMERY, Texas – Paced by defending Southland individual champion Lexi Brooks’ one-under second round, Houston Baptist maintains the lead of the 2018 Southland Conference Women’s Golf Championship heading into tomorrow’s final round at the Woodforest Golf Club in Montgomery, Texas. HBU (597, +29) leads Central Arkansas (609, +41) by 12 strokes. Last year UCA carded a 288 total score in the final round to finish just one stroke back from the championship. The Huskies are seeking their second consecutive Southland title. They will group together with Sam Houston State (616, +48) tomorrow. The Bearkats scored a 311 total team score led by Jenna Phillips’ two-over second round. She sits in third individually.center_img Lamar (620, +52) shot the second-best team score for Tuesday and sit in fourth. The Cardinals, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (626, +58) and McNeese (634, +66) will tee off at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. The Cowgirls are tied for sixth with UIW but hold the advantage based off their fifth scorer today. UIW (634, +66) and Stephen F. Austin (641, +73) will get the championship round started at 8 a.m.last_img read more

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5 Common Mistakes Rookie Founders CEOs and Managers Make

first_imgWhile reading this week, I came across an article in the WSJ Small Business Section that resonated with me due to my 20 plus years as a senior operational executive in the software industry and my time as a partner at OpenView, a Boston based venture capital firm that invests growth capital in expansion stage software companies.We spend a lot of time working with the founders, CEOs and their management teams on business growth strategies, operational execution, economic business models, competitive positioning, etc.We also spend time on executive development which is why I wanted to share the article with you. The title of the article is “Management Flubs By Rookie Bosses”.Here are the examples of the five common flubs (all of which I personally witnessed and in some cases made myself):Yelling at employees when they make a mistakeFailing to check for competenceLying to avoid hurt feelingsBlindly trusting workersGiving mixed signalsI wrote a blog titled People… the only strategic asset you have and I feel that eliminating these types of mistakes within your organization and across your management team can go a long way in helping you attract and maintain top talent within your company now and in the future.To read more about the WSJ article click here.All the best!GAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more