The latest from Carletta Clyatt

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

Welcome to the real world

Colleges and universities continually produce a fresh wave of enthusiastic workers. They are the future professionals, leaders and specialists of your credit union. These well-educated graduates are eager to change ...

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

Avoiding troublesome turnover

Two months ago you hired Dave, your next star employee. This morning he informed you he’s leaving to go to your closest competitor. Now what? When an employee leaves ...

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

Motivation: Recommended daily

As a manager, it’s tempting to allow staff motivation efforts to fall by the wayside. You have bigger things to think about, like reaching your consumer lending goals and ...

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

The good, the bad and the ugly

You’ve met one, you’ve worked for one, hopefully you aren’t one…. bad leaders are everywhere. But what makes a bad leader? And how can you tell whether ...

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

Manager, know thyself

Taking a close look at your own supervisory strengths and weaknesses might not be fun, but it sure can help you with your own productivity, and your team’s. I ...

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

How to shape your credit union’s culture

Whether or not it has been consciously identified, every company has a corporate culture. And while there’s no physical presence, it subtly influences the entire organization and drives the ...

- by Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group

What is your work language?

You’ve probably heard of The Five Love Languages, a bestselling relationship book by Gary Chapman. In it, he talks about better ways of engaging with your romantic partner based ...