Posts Tagged ‘human resources’

Branching Strategy, It Starts with the Member

Historically branches are seen as transaction channels. Today, this view of branches has evolved and continues to evolve. Members and potential members like the convenience of brick and mortar, they like the demonstration of fiscal strength and security but the truth is, they rely less on branches for their daily, weekly and monthly transaction business…

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Credit Union Culture in a #metoo World

#Metoo has created a new world of awareness and change in our society. After reading multiple posts from family, friends, and co-workers, I was shocked at how widespread gender and sexual harassment was in the workplace. When you see #metoo posts from your daughter and daughter-in-law, it saddens me to the core. Everyone needs to…

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To Be a Great Leader Requires You to Be Wrong

Have you worked for a boss that had all the answers and didn’t need new ideas or recommendations? In your humble opinion, was he/she really that smart? Would the department, project or organization have benefited from a boss that was not a “know it all”? As you start to add leadership to your job description,…

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