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Google Research on how to become a great boss in your job sector

Most of the times we heard that People are entering jobs and resigning those jobs. It is not because they didn’t like the company, the reason is they didn’t like that person whom we call manager, the one in the office who has the responsibility of managing everyone and everything. We all have heard it “People leave managers, not companies.”)

On this important and hot issue, Google has done some research that how should be a manager and what quality he or she should have for the improvement of the employee turnover, satisfaction, and performance.

Here are the 10 behaviors of Google’s best managers, along with some practical tips on how to develop these behaviors

1. Is a good coach

A good coach is not he who solve the problems within seconds as it comes. Rather he or she uses those problems as a weapon to train his team and make it a stronger one. And when it is a right time they share their insights so that the team can gain valuable experience throughout the whole way.

2. Empowers team and does not micromanage

Everyone has their own kinds of technique to do any kind of job or solving a problem. So nobody likes a micromanager. You may not be aware of the term “micromanager”. Let me clear it in a one sentence ,a micromanager is who wants to control every part of a situation, project, etc. in a way that may not be necessary On the contrary, A good team leader always give the member freedom, to explore new ideas, to experiment, and to develop (and adapt) their own working style.

In addition, great managers make sure their people have the tools and flexibility they need to do their jobs.

3. Creates an inclusive team environment, showing concern for success and well-being

The old proverb “ United we stand divided we fall’

So it is also necessary in the office environment. Thus the great managers make it a priority to build trust in their teams. So that they can rely on each other in the tough time of the company.

As Google puts it:

In a team with high psychological safety, the teammates feel safe to take risks around their team members. They also feel confident that no one on the team will embarrass or punish anyone else for admitting a mistake, asking a question, or offering a new idea.

4. Is productive and results-oriented

A good team leader is a productive person . He knows about the team members strengths and weakness and what they are capable of . The manager uses emotional intelligence to motivate the people and help them realize their potential.

5. Is a good communicator–listens and shares information

A good leader has to be a good communicator. And a good communication starts with a great listener. This is the thing that enables understanding. He tries to share all the knowledge and informations that he has which can help the team to be more productive. They also share what they can, realizing transparency is beneficial for the team as a whole. They share sincere and specific praise, early and often. However, they also don’t hold back from giving necessary (negative) feedback–making sure to frame it in a way that is constructive and easy to learn from.

6. Supports career development and discusses performance

The great manager knows that everyone has their different kinds of ambitions . And so they all will not follow the same roads . He also doesn’t hold their people back for personal gain. Rather, they support team members and help them to reach their goals. Because ,Great managers are invested in their people.

7. Has a clear vision/strategy for the team

The leader let the team member know about the goal of the organization rather than keeping them in the dark .They are also careful to communicate “scope,” realistic expectations as to what specific actions are needed to execute a strategy, and each team member’s role in delivering.

8. Has key technical skills to help advise the team

The leader should have the widen knowledge and skilled about the work he is going to oversee. If an effective manager is brought into a new department, they take time in the beginning to familiarize themselves with their people’s everyday work and challenges. This earns them the respect of their team.

9. Collaborates across [the company]

Some managers create silos, running their teams with an “us versus them” mentality, competing against other teams within the company.Great managers have the ability to see the big picture, and work for the good of a company as a whole.

10. Is a strong decision maker

The Great managers always have to take the lead .They make the tough decisions, and also make sure everyone understands the reasons behind those decisions. Then they never backward from fulfilling those decisions. YES, It is so easy to find the quality of an effective manager for any company but hard to execute. However,  if we expect that the effective employee will not leave our company for the lacking of a manager and company do not face lose, then these qualities are needed to be trained in the leardes and thus the company will reach its desiring GOALS.

10 Knots everyone should know

The Square Knot (Reef Knot)

Why use this knot?
The square knot is quite possibly the most commonly used knot. If you only learn one, make it this one. The square knot or reef knot can be used to combine two similar ropes together or just to tie off a knot on a rope.
How to tie it:
The easiest way to remember is right over left, and then left over right. Just two simple ties, but make sure you do them in the right order so you can untie the knot when ready.

Sheet Bend
Why use this knot?
Similar to the square knot, the sheet bend is used to connect two different types of rope. The ropes can be various types of material and different thicknesses. This rope knot can come in handy if you run out of rope and have to improvise.
How to tie it:
Make a “J” shape out of the larger of the two ropes. Pass the smaller rope through the middle from behind, go all the way around both sides of the “J,” and then pass the smaller line back underneath itself.

The Clove Hitch
Why use this knot?
The clove hitch knot is fast, easy, and effective. A clove hitch can be used to secure a rope to a solid structure quickly.
How to tie it:
Make a loop around your structure with your rope. Then make another loop. This time, pass the end of the rope under the loop before you tighten. This knot can come undone if the tension is released, but you can add a square knot for more security if you like.
The Figure 8
Why use this knot?
The Figure 8 is a stopper knot. Tied at the end of your rope, the Figure 8 will keep your rope from passing any further than you wish. It is also used in more complex knots, so it is good to learn early.
How to tie it:
Take the end of your rope and pass it over itself, forming a loop. Then go back under the main line and through the first loop.

Two Half Hitches
Why use this knot?
The two half hitches knot is a step up from the clove hitch knot. The two half hitches knot can be used to attach your rope to a solid structure.
How to tie it:
This knot is an easy one, just wrap the end around your structure and make a half hitch, and then wrap the line in the same direction to make the second half hitch.  Pull it tight to secure, and you’re done.

The Taut Line Hitch
Why use this knot?
The taut line hitch is great to grip an object and then pull it tight to another object.
How to tie it:
Create a loop in your rope by wrapping around the object you wish to tie to. With the end of the rope, wrap around the rope twice, back over the loop, around the line, and back through. Then just pull tight onto your object. This knot can come loose over time, so top it off with a square knot for more strength if necessary.
The Rolling Hitch
Why use this knot?
The rolling hitch is used to add a line to an arm onto a pre-existing rope.
How to tie it:
The rolling hitch is made up of three half hitches. Start with the end of the line you are adding. Wrap it around the pre-existing rope to create a half hitch.  Make a second half hitch, and then go over the entire knot with the third half hitch ending on the opposite side from the starting place.

The Prusik Knot
Why use this knot?
The Prusik knot creates a loop that attaches to another rope. This loop can be used as an attachment point when neither end of the rope is free. It can also be used to ascend and descend, as it slides when there is no weight or tension and then tightens when tension is added.
How to tie it:
The Prusik knot is used to attach to a pre-existing rope. You only need a short piece of line or rope to attach and make an attachment point. Start by tying a square knot on your attachment line. Then wrap the line around the pre-existing rope three times, making sure it lays flat against the larger rope. Then simply pass the knot through itself and pull tight.

The Timber Hitch
Why use this Knot?
Moving timber can be a big part of clearing paths and building stands or blinds. The timber hitch is a quick, simple knot that will allow you to move timber safely through the woods.
How to tie it:
This hitch is similar to a fisherman’s knot. Just run the end of the rope around the log or wood you want to pull, then wrap the end of the rope around the loop and pull tight.

The Bowline
Why use this knot:
A bowline creates a loop on the end of your rope that stays the same size. The bowline knot will not tighten or loosen with use.
How to tie it:
This knot is best explained with the story of the “rabbit hole.” Make a loop near the end of the rope. For the story, the loop will be the rabbit hole, and the line is the tree. The rabbit comes up out of its hole, runs around the back of the tree, and then goes back down into the hole.

Nelson Mandela

15 December 2013 JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) -Nelson Mandela guided South Africa from the shackles of apartheid to a multi-racial democracy, as an icon of peace and reconciliation who came to embody the struggle for justice around the world. Imprisoned for nearly three decades for his fight against white minority rule, 5 Mandela never lost his resolve to fight for his people’s emancipation. He was determined to bring down apartheid while avoiding a civil war. His prestige and charisma helped him win the support of the world.

“I hate race discrimination most intensely and in all its manifestations. I have fought it all during my life; I will fight it now, and will do so until the end of my 10 days,” Mandela said in his acceptance speech on becoming South Africa’s first black president in 1994, … “The time for the healing of the wounds has come. The moment to bridge the chasms that divide us has come.”

“We have, at last, achieved our political emancipation.” In 1993, Mandela was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, an honor he shared with 15 F.W. de Klerk, the white African leader who had freed him from prison three years earlier and negotiated the end of apartheid.Mandela went on to play a prominent role on the world stage as an advocate of human dignity in the face of challenges ranging from political repression to AIDS. He formally left public life in June 2004 before his 86th birthday, telling his 20 adoring countrymen: “Don’t call me. I’ll call you.” But he remained one of the world’s most revered public figures, combining celebrity sparkle with an unwavering message of freedom, respect and human rights. “He is at the epicenter of our time, ours in South Africa, and yours, wherever you are,” Nadine Gordimer, the South African writer and Nobel Laureate for Literature, once 25 remarked.

The years Mandela spent behind bars made him the world’s most celebrated political prisoner and a leader of mythic stature for millions of black South Africans and other oppressed people far beyond his country’s borders. Charged with capital offences in the 1963 Rivonia Trial, his statement from the 30 dock was his political testimony. “During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination.] “I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons 35 live together in harmony and with equal opportunities,” he told the court. “It is an ideal I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.” Friends adored Mandela and fondly called him “Madiba,” the clan name by which he was known. People lauded his humanity, kindness and dignity.

Top 10 animated films with most box office collection

  1. Toy Story 2
    The 1999 sequel to 1995’s critically and commercially acclaimed Toy Story, this second installment finds Buzz Lightyear and the gang trying to rescue their pal Woody from the clutches of a remorseless toy dealer.While the first movie had won accolades from critics and audiences alike, the sequel was a huge step forward in terms of story and characterization, and raised the bar for what a children’s movie could do. It took in $246 million as the 20th Century wrapped up, for a total of $350 million after inflation.
  2. Shrek
    In 2001, a hideous ogre with a Scottish accent voiced by Mike Meyers made his big-screen debut. Children everywhere were delighted, and the flagship effort in a highly profitable franchise was born.Full of tongue-in-cheek references to other films, it kept mom and dad amused while junior reveled in the glorious fart humor. It raked in $268 million at the domestic box office, or $358 million today.
  3. Shrek the Third
    By 2007, the Shrek franchise had already proven itself a highly profitable commodity, making a third trip back to the well mandatory. Featuring the voices of Monty Python alumni John Cleese and Eric Idle, as well as that of radio host Larry King as Doris the Ugly Stepsister, the third installment did even better than the original, with domestic box office receipts of $323 million, or $369 million today.
  4. Despicable Me 2
    Released in 2010, the original Despicable Me took in $252 million. Naturally, this meant that there had to be a sequel, which was delivered to salivating children in the summer of 2013.Adorable tykes across this great nation returned to the multiplexes to delight in the antics of Gru (Steve Carell) and the Minions, who could be seen gracing pajamas, cookies and other merchandise everywhere you looked. The movie earned $368 million, or $374 million in today’s dollars, and was also nominated for a Best Animated Feature Oscar. It lost, but the filmmakers could console themselves by crying into a pillow made of money.
  5. Monsters, Inc.
    Monsters, Inc. is the story of two creatures that help power their hometown of Monstropolis with the screams of the children they scare. It features the voices of John Goodman, Billy Crystal and Steve Buscemi, and is the rare children’s film that parents could actually enjoy along with their kids.It opened to huge box office totals in November 2001, with only the first Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings movies able to knock it off its lofty perch. It earned $290 million in its theatrical run, or $388 million in today’s dollars.
  6. Frozen
    If you are the parent of a girl under age 10 or so, then you do not need the plot of 2013’s Frozen encapsulated for you. The musical fantasy, which raked in $400 million ($406 million today), is the subject of maniacal fandom, and your daughter – or maybe even your son – has probably been more than happy to talk your ear off about it since its release.Frozen reached its box office total through repeat viewings, and it spawned sing-along events at theaters that became the kiddie equivalent of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The plethora of Frozen-themed birthday parties and little girls dressed up as Princess Elsa at Halloween should be a big hint to parents
    that their children are not about to “let it go” any time soon.
  7. Toy Story 3
    Coming 11 years after Toy Story 2, moviegoers could have been forgiven for wondering what more the franchise could possibly have to say. However, critics and moviegoers alike were stunned to find that the third installment was in fact the best of the series, and it took in $415 million, the equivalent of $451 million today.
    Like Big Hero 6, it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Also like Big Hero 6, there may have been more than a few parents in the theater who did not expect it to be as tearful as it was. Despite the movie ending on a note that seemed to rule out another sequel, a fourth installment is currently scheduled for 2017.
  8. Finding Nemo
    Finding Nemo is like Bambi, in that it belongs to the long, proud tradition of Disney films in which the main character’s mother gets killed, thereby necessitating years of therapy for the little children who saw it.The story of a lost clownfish from the Great Barrier Reef, the 2003 film took in $380 million at the domestic box office, or $489 million after inflation. It was the highest-grossing
    G-rated film ever made until Toy Story 3 conquered it with its unadjusted box office gross.
  9. Shrek 2
    Shrek 2 was released in 2004 and followed the adventures of the unsightly ogre and his newly betrothed wife Fiona. It parodies such well-known children’s stories as The Wizard of Oz and The Little Mermaid, and also introduced Puss in Boots, a swashbuckling Mexican cat voiced by Antonio Banderas.
    The most popular film in the entire franchise, it earned $441 million at the domestic box office, the equivalent of a staggering $553 million today. A fourth film, Shrek Forever After, was released in 2010, but the status of a much hinted-at fifth film remains shrouded in mystery.
  10. The Lion King
    It should come as no surprise that The Lion King is the highest-grossing animated film of all time. A stone cold classic beloved by children for over 20 years – and maybe a few of their parents too – the 1994 movie inspired three video games and a musical now in its 18th year on Broadway.
    The movie’s domestic box office take of $423 million is impressive even before it’s adjusted for inflation, at which point it reaches a Titanic-esque $676 million. It leaves every other animated movie on this list in its dust, with the cruel and unrelenting force of a wildebeest stampede.

এইচ এস সি ২০১৮ পরীক্ষার ফলাফল প্রকাশিত

এইচএসসি ও সমমান পরীক্ষার ফল প্রকাশিত হয়েছে। এবার সারাদেশে গড় পাসের হার ৬৬ দশমিক ৬৪ শতাংশ। এরমধ্যে জিপিএ-৫ পেয়েছেন ২৯ হাজার ২৬২ জন শিক্ষার্থী।

বৃহস্পতিবার (১৯ জুলাই) সকাল ১০টার পর গণভবনে প্রধানমন্ত্রী শেখ হাসিনার হাতে আটটি সাধারণ শিক্ষা বোর্ড, মাদ্রাসা ও কারিগরি শিক্ষা বোর্ডের ফলাফলের অনুলিপি তুলে দেন শিক্ষামন্ত্রী নুরুল ইসলাম নাহিদ। এরপর সংশ্লিষ্ট বোর্ডের চেয়ারম্যানরা তাদের স্ব স্ব বোর্ডের ফলাফল প্রধানমন্ত্রীর হাতে তুলে দেন।

প্রধানমন্ত্রীর মুখ্য সচিব নজিবুর রহমানের সঞ্চালনায় অনুষ্ঠানে অংশ নেন শিক্ষা প্রতিমন্ত্রী কাজী কেরামত আলী, শিক্ষা সচিব মো. সোহরাব হোসাইন।

মন্ত্রী-প্রতিমন্ত্রী ও কর্মকর্তাদের বক্তব্যের আগে প্রধানমন্ত্রী ডিজিটাল পদ্ধতিতে ফলাফল প্রকাশ করেন।

অনুলিপি হস্তান্তর অনুষ্ঠানে জানানো হয়, এবার গড় পাস করা ৬৮.৯১ শতাংশ শিক্ষার্থীর মধ্যে মোট জিপিএ-৫ পেয়েছেন …। মাদ্রাসা বোর্ডে পাসের হার ৭৭.২০ শতাংশ, জিপিএ-৫ পেয়েছেন ১ হাজার ৮১৫ জন। কারিগরী শিক্ষা বোর্ডে ৮১ দশমিক ৩৩ শতাংশ, জিপিএ-৫ পেয়েছেন ২ হাজার ৬৬৯ জন। আটটি সাধারণ শিক্ষা বোর্ড পাসের হার ৬৬ দশমিক ৮৪ শতাংশ

দুপুরে শিক্ষামন্ত্রী সচিবালয়ে সংবাদ সম্মেলন করে আনুষ্ঠানিকভাবে ফলাফল প্রকাশ করবেন।