There were not many bills introduced in October as legislators campaigned leading up to the November 6th elections. Of the bills that did move, School security and licensing-related bills continue to dominate the issue areas that receive the most attention.
The executive-level conference for electronic security and life safety professionals is bringing experts from outside the industry to strengthen leadership teams and move the industry forward.
The Electronic Security Association (ESA) is inviting the daughters and sons of America’s first responders to submit applications for its 2019 Youth Scholarship Program.
The first-place national winner will be awarded a $7,500 scholarship and the second-place national winner will be awarded a $2,500 scholarship.
A couple weekends ago we went to the family lake house out in the country and while there my ten-year-old daughter asked if she could learn to drive the golf cart. That led to my eight-year-old son asking to do the same. My husband and I agreed and thought it would be a good precursor to them eventually learning how to drive a car. Wow, was it trying.
"Great leaders don't like to see people fail,” says Murphy. “Hiring is one of the most difficult parts of leadership, simply because it goes against everything else leaders do that makes them so effective.”
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