Jim Bywater
Sep 19, 2022

Observational coaching embeds knowledge and skill to drive successful behaviors and positive culture for maximizing business performance impact.

On the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, Craig Alexander from BMO Financial Group explains their new hiring program focused on refugees and other displaced people.

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How to effectively close the engagement gap between human and virtual channels persists as an issue for financial institutions.

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On the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, Sandra Quince, an executive at Bank of America, talks about the its executive-on-loan program that brings in new ways of thinking while developing future bank leaders.

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Employee engagement should be a cornerstone of every bank’s strategic planning given its direct connection to profitability.

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As college interns head back to school, it’s important to stay engaged with promising candidates as part of your institution’s strategy to acquire young talent.

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How TD Bank's internal programs are helping women return to the workplace and advance into leadership roles.

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On the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, Nikita Pearson, director of the FDIC’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, tells us what her agency is doing to promote DEI internally and at banks.

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Taking a more strategic approach to staffing will help banks and credit unions better capitalize on today’s candidate trends.

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To get a better grasp of your culture during M&As, you must ask what your financial institution is quantifiably good at.

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Managing the return to the workplace is just the beginning.

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Stephanie Smith, who heads Fifth Third Bank’s DEI efforts, joins us to discuss how data and relationships can help build a program that provides greater access and opportunity, both in the bank and in the community.

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Today’s shortage of skilled IT workers stands to get worse as more industries and companies accelerate their digital transformations.

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Advances in people analytics offer new ways of helping employees thrive.

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A new survey indicates that, in some cases, managers are planning for more remote work than employees actually want.

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To address industry changes, banks and credit unions need the right people. Insightful data on skills gaps, diversity and more will help them build that team.

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Banks and credit unions are eager to get back to a traditional workday, but they risk losing some of their best people if barriers are not addressed.

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A growing focus on diversity, equity and inclusion has some banks and credit unions building more mentoring and career-pathing into the employee assessment process.

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A broader reach in recruiting, hiring and promoting is vital for financial services organizations, but also important is cultivating a diverse client base.

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Gender diversity in the executive and managerial ranks is expected to increase significantly in the next decade, and that’s a positive for business.

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