Jeffrey Hayden
American director
Jeffrey Hayden
Jeffrey Hayden is an American television director and producer. He has been married since 1951 to Oscar-winning actress Eva Marie Saint.
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5 Tips to Get a Productive Night's Sleep
Inc. Magazine - over 3 years
A good night's sleep should make you more productive. Here are a few tips to getting not just more sleep, but the right kind of sleep. There is no denying the relationship between sleep and productivity. The two go hand in hand and for the entrepreneur--who at times may be juggling the workload and stress of a small company by themselves--sleep may be the key to success. Before you roll your eyes and say, "I can sleep when I'm dead," check out what happens to your brain when you stay awak too long: Inc.'s Margaret Heffernan writes: The reason sleep is so important is because fatigue isn't simple. When we are tired, our performance doesn't degrade equally. Instead, when you lose a night's sleep, the parietal and occipital lobes in your brain become less active. The parietal lobe integrates information from the senses and is involved in our knowledge of numbers and manipulation of objects. The occipital lobe is involved in visual processing. So the parts of our mind responsible for ...
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Why Your Top Employees May Hate Their Jobs
Business Insider - over 3 years
You're a great boss. You're flexible, fair, and have an awesome open door policy, but your best employees aren't performing as you expected.   Here's the truth: You might be the problem. Here are three reasons your top employees may hate their jobs (and what you can do about it). 1. You've got the right guy...in the wrong place. Picture a gifted child who's been shuffled into remedial tutoring; he's not going to sit quitely and do the work--he's going to get bored, distract other students, and ignore problems that he believes are below his skill set. This is more or less what happens when you put a high-performing employee in the wrong role, writes Inc.'s Jeff Haden. The good news: It's easy to spot a high-performer who is not maximizing his potential. He'll be the guy putting distance between himself and other employees who don't pull their weight, griping about "unfair" awards given to less worthy workers, and freelancing in areas that aren't his responsibility, according to ...
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How to Keep Your Job From Killing You
Inc. Magazine - over 4 years
Sitting is terrible for you, but what do you do when your job is sedentary? Inc.com columnist Jeff Haden took a treadmill desk for a spin. Sitting for long periods of time is really, really bad for you--no matter how much you exercise when you're not at work. Sit all day and it won't just make you fatter; as Jessica Stillman notes it can also make you dumber. Sit for the majority of the day and your risk of cardiovascular disease doubles compared to people who stand. Sitting for more than six hours a day can make you 18% more likely to die from diabetes, heart disease, and obesity than people who sit less than three hours a day. Sitting for more than 11 hours a day makes you 40% more likely to die in the next three years compared to people who sit for less than four hours. Eleven hours may sound like a lot, but add up all the time you spend at your desk, in your car, and on your couch. Odds are it's close to 11 hours. Clearly whoever invented sitting did not have our best interes ...
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Butte's most wanted for April 20
ChicoER - almost 5 years
Here are several people being sought by Butte County law enforcement agencies: Jeffrey Hayden Walsh The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking Jeffrey Hayden Walsh for a felony warrant charging him with violation of post release community
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The Daily Digest (Dayton to kick off jobs tour, Bachmann confuses Elvis dates ... - Minnesota Public Radio
Google News - over 5 years
Jeffrey Hayden in the special election to replace DFL Sen. Linda Berglin. House Speaker John Boehner will be in Wayzata today to host a fundraiser for his campaign, his PAC, the NRCC and the Ohio GOP. President Obama and GOP Rep
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Condition Improves for Teen after Wreck that Killed His Brother - WSAZ-TV
Google News - over 5 years
OHP Lt. KM Taulbee tells WSAZ.com that as of Wednesday, Jeffrey Hayden has been upgraded from critical to stable condition. Michael Hayden is still in critical condition. Towana Hill was driving the vehicle that Hayden hit. She was treated and released
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Scioto County crash claims life of Portsmouth teen - Chillicothe Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
His passengers, Jeffrey Hayden, 15, and Michael Hayden, 13, were taken to Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Hill was taken to the Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth. US 52 had to be closed until about 3:45 pm Monday while crews worked to
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Chili-Paul, Lyell Avenue Wegmans announce scholarship winners - Gates-Chili Post
Google News - over 5 years
The following have been awarded the scholarship at the Lyell Avenue Wegmans: Charles Barnard, Shana Harris, Matthew Licata, Ariselis Rivera, William Battaglia, Jeffrey Hayden, Tyler Lynch, Jennifer Schoepfel, Maria Bruno, Heavenlee Henderson,
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Stars and Stripes - Stars and Stripes
Google News - over 5 years
Murphy is joined by 2010 8th Army team veterans Jeffrey Hayden of Yongsan and Thomas Marnoch of Camp Carroll. Also on the 2011 team are Robert Anderson of Camp Humphreys, Allen Bader of Camp Carroll, Adrian Orrostieta of Yongsan and Eric Mwaura of Camp
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Grand Prix The Movie: A Complete History - Blu-ray.com
Google News - over 5 years
My husband (TV director Jeffrey Hayden) and I were in an apartment in Greenwich Village and Ed Murrow came to interview me. I've got a tape of the interview and we sometimes run it at our Beverly Hills home. There I am, saying vehemently,
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Exclusive Photos: The Newly Restored AN AMERICAN IN PARIS World Premiere at ... - Assignment X
Google News - almost 6 years
... Ben McKenzie, Marni Nixon, Dorothy Herrmann, Grey Damon, Eva Marie Saint, Jeffrey Hayden, Patricia Kelly, Jane Withers, Margaret O'Brien, Brandon Barash, William Mapother, Andy Marx, Richard Roundtree, Tippi Hedren, Mary Ann Mobley and George Chakiris
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The Listings: Dec. 22 - Dec. 28
NYTimes - about 10 years
Theater Approximate running times are in parentheses. Theaters are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of current shows, additional listings, show times and tickets: nytimes.com/theater. Previews and Openings 'THE SCENE' In previews; opens on Jan. 11. A buzz-maker at the Humana Festival, Theresa Rebeck's new play is about an
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This Week
NYTimes - about 16 years
EVENTS In Memoriam The 100th anniversary of the death of Giuseppe Verdi, who created operas from ''Aida'' to ''Rigoletto,'' will be observed in New York and Washington on Saturday night with performances of his ''Requiem,'' written in 1874 to honor his compatriot, the poet and novelist Alessandro Manzoni. At 8:30 at Carnegie Hall, Vincent La Selva
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Paid Notice: Deaths FADEM, ROSE (ROSENBLUM).
NYTimes - almost 17 years
FADEM-Rose (Rosenblum). On April 15, 2000. Aged 102. Beloved wife of the late Harry Fadem; dearest mother of Leroy and Edna Mae Fadem; cherished grandmother of Steven & Laurie Fadem, Barbara and Jeffrey Hayden, Kathryn and Harry Ivrey, Diane and Jeffrey Kennedy; adored great-grandmother of Mark, Daniel, Sarah, Caitlin, and Carly. As our matriarch
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Paid Notice: Deaths FADEM, ROSE (ROSENBLUM)
NYTimes - almost 17 years
FADEM-Rose (Rosenblum). On April 15, 2000. Aged 102. Beloved wife of the late Harry Fadem; dearest mother of Leroy and Edna Mae Fadem; cherished grandmother of Steven and Laurie Fadem, Barbara and Jeffrey Hayden, Kathryn and Harry Ivrey, Diane and Jeffrey Kennedy; adored great-grandmother of Mark, Daniel, Sarah, Caitlin, and Carly. As our matriarch
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City Schools Learn Harsh Economic Lessons
NYTimes - over 20 years
The point is made early and often in ''Children in America's Schools'': Poor children's schools are worse in every respect, or disrespect, than the schools of the well-to-do. The camera drives home the argument of Jonathan Kozol's 1991 book, ''Savage Inequalities.'' The focus, tomorrow night on PBS, is on Ohio, but the stark and painful contrast
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Harold Loren, 69, Dies; A Youth Camp Founder
NYTimes - over 26 years
Harold Loren, a leader in international camping, died on Sunday at White Plains Hospital. He was 69 years old and lived in Ardsley, N.Y. He died after a stroke, his family said. He was the founder of the Lincoln Farm Camp in Roscoe, N.Y., where teen-agers developed skills through work-education programs. He promoted the exchange of staff members
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AROUND THE NATION; Orphaned Boy Is Center Of 2d Custody Fight
NYTimes - about 31 years
A 7-year-old boy whose father killed his mother after a bitter custody fight is once again the center of a legal dispute, with his grandparents seeking to prevent another relative from gaining permanent guardianship. The boy, Jeffrey Hayden, was left an orphan Jan. 4 when his adoptive father, Kenneth A. Hayden, broke into the bedroom of his former
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THEATER: 'DUET FOR ONE'
NYTimes - almost 34 years
KEY Off Broadway staging of Tom Kempinski's ''Duet for One'' is preferable to a star-powered Broadway production, but this is not a play that was crying for immediate revival. With Eva Marie Saint portraying a concert violinist crippled by mulitiple sclerosis, ''Duet for One'' opened last night at the Roundabout Theater's Stage One. The
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jeffrey Hayden
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 75
    Shortly before their fiftieth anniversary, on October 13, 2001, the couple appeared together in a one night only performance of the play Love Letters at Bowling Green State University, Saint's alma mater.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1951
    Age 25
    On October 28, 1951, Hayden married screen actress Eva Marie Saint.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Age 0
    Born in 1926.
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