Posts Tagged ‘Lead’

Marketing that resonates with millennials

Marketing that resonates with millennials

When targeting Millennials, mobile banking isn’t the be-all, end-all for financial institutions (FIs). Millennials expect so much more from the institutions they bank with. Beyond connectivity, they expect convenience, customization and, perhaps most importantly, [...]

8 tips for raising a leader

8 tips for raising a leader

Lead by example Your kids are basically stalking you. Everything you do or say, they’re paying attention. Teach them how to act as a human being, show them what it means to serve others, [...]

10 traits bad leaders have

10 traits bad leaders have

1) Can’t lead themselves Leaders are supposed to inspire others to perform well and help them achieve greater things. But if you aren’t always trying to better yourself, you can’t expect to [...]

10 ways to get attention with the words you use

10 ways to get attention with the words you use

Everything begins with attention. Attention is all about connection. Words connect us, and when the right words are used, connections are deepened. Here are 10 ways to pay attention to the words you use and [...]

Good coaches aren’t unicorns

Good coaches aren’t unicorns

Some credit unions have coaching rock stars in their ranks. In these high-functioning credit unions, branch managers hold biweekly, one-on-one coaching sessions with each staff member. Staff look forward to the challenge of addressing the [...]

Onsite: Pursuing excellence at NJCUL CURealityCheck

Onsite: Pursuing excellence at NJCUL CURealityCheck

Martial arts instructor Jim Bouchard kicked off NJCUL's CURealityCheck with a brief but interactive introduction to the world of martial arts. The speaker and author of "Think Like a Black Belt" and "The Sensei Leader," [...]

Want to be more creative? Just say no.

Want to be more creative? Just say no.

by. Matt Monge There are so many fantastic posts on creativity out there, and what follows will certainly not be added to that group; but I think it’s an important footnote to the ongoing [...]

The Bottom Line Isn’t the Bottom Line

The Bottom Line Isn’t the Bottom Line

by. Matt Monge Some of the world’s foremost intellects have told us by way of their arts and mediums that money is the end all of this existence of ours. And even those who [...]

Why You Should Fail Fearlessly

Why You Should Fail Fearlessly

by. Matt Monge It’s in that moment you propose an idea that you know is going to be met with blank stares if not looks of outright contempt. It’s when you’re about [...]

5 Reasons our Leadership Planning Session Rocked

5 Reasons our Leadership Planning Session Rocked

by. Matt Monge The exec team I’m privileged to work with had its strategic planning session over the past few days. Aside from fighting a stupid migraine both days, I thought it was a [...]

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