Truist Leadership Institute: Continuing A Long Tradition of Leadership Development

Six Decades of Experience Highlights Company’s Science-Based Approach to Honing Leadership Skills

GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Truist Leadership Institute is the new name for The BB&T Leadership Institute, reflecting Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYSE: TFC) new brand and unique commitment to building the next generation of leaders.  

“We believe deeply in the positive, meaningful effect that great leaders can have on the world around us,” said Truist Chairman and CEO Kelly S. King. “This is one of the most important ways we achieve our purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. Our unique, personal approach, grounded in the application of neuropsychology to human behavior and leadership impact, is proven to help Truist teammates; some of the top companies in the U.S.; and educators and students across the Southeast become better leaders.”

The institute offers programs in the areas of leadership, team performance,

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Continuing A Long Tradition of Leadership Development

GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Truist Leadership Institute is the new name for The BB&T Leadership Institute, reflecting Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYSE: TFC) new brand and unique commitment to building the next generation of leaders.  

“We believe deeply in the positive, meaningful effect that great leaders can have on the world around us,” said Truist Chairman and CEO Kelly S. King. “This is one of the most important ways we achieve our purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. Our unique, personal approach, grounded in the application of neuropsychology to human behavior and leadership impact, is proven to help Truist teammates; some of the top companies in the U.S.; and educators and students across the Southeast become better leaders.”

The institute offers programs in the areas of leadership, team performance, change management, talent strategy, and employee engagement. The institute also benefits communities by offering customized,

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Electron Ion Collider to bring jobs, make Long Island center of scientific world

Brookhaven National Lab will soon become the center of the scientific world when it begins construction the world’s first Electron-Ion Collider (EIC).

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The $2 billion project, which in 2015 was declared one of the top priorities for the future of nuclear physics in the U.S. by the Department of Energy Nuclear Science Advisory Committee, will create 4,000 construction jobs.

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Lab administrators and elected officials spoke about the project on Friday during a press conference at the lab in Upton.

“This EIC puts Long Island at the center of science, not just in New York and not just in America, but in the world,” Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) said.

The EIC will be the world’s most powerful instrument for understanding the atom and will help scientists unlock the secrets of the strongest

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Powell Tells NPR Economy Has Long Road Ahead After Jobs Gain

(Bloomberg) — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that while U.S. unemployment data for August was positive, the economy’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic has a long road ahead and interest rates will remain low for a long time.

“The recovery is continuing; we do think it will get harder from here,” Powell told National Public Radio in an interview Friday. “Today’s jobs report was a good one,” he said, adding that “to get us back to full employment, we’re going to have to get the disease under control.”

“There may be a modest slowing in the pace of improvement, but improvement goes on. And in the labor market, I would say it goes on at least at the pace we expected.”

Powell spoke hours after a report showed the U.S. labor market extended its rebound for a fourth month in August, with the unemployment rate falling by almost 2

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Fed’s Powell: rates to stay low for ‘however long it takes’

(Reuters) – Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Friday said the U.S. jobs report for August was “a good one,” but noted that with gains likely to slow, the central bank is planning to keep its foot on the monetary policy gas pedal for years.

FILE PHOTO: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, wearing a face mask, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 30, 2020. Tasos Katopodis/Pool via REUTERS

“We do think it will get harder from here — because of those areas of the economy that are so directly affected by the pandemic still,” Powell told National Public Radio in an interview, referring particularly to sectors like leisure, hospitality, travel and entertainment that depend on large gatherings made unsafe by the virus.

Even as U.S. employers added 1.37 million jobs last month, the total number of jobs regained since the crisis has only been about half the total lost,

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