Jamie Frogale, director of learning and development at Arlington Community Federal Credit Union, explains ways in which high-performing institutions support their employees, and benefits the organizations see as a result.
Bank employees who buy into misbehavior can bring it down fast. But those who remain in the aftermath can help lead the comeback.
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Once limited to tellers, the float staff role can apply to a range of positions to create more efficient customer service.
For each stage of the change process, smart leaders likewise change leadership styles to maximize momentum and minimize frustration.
Adopting a universal banker model means much more than retraining or role reassigning, which is why so many banks struggle with it.
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Seeing and seizing prime opportunities, these female banking executives have carved out leadership positions in information security.