Category Archives: Succession Planning

The Joy of TAKING

Originally posted on CU Insight 12/23/14 Sounds strange, doesn’t it? Usually (and especially during this time of year) we’re talking about the joy of giving and we find ourselves on a constant quest to find stuff to give to others. … Continue reading

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Sneak Preview of My New Book

Hello everyone!  In this post, I wanted to give you a sneak preview of my new book that is due out a little later this year. What follows is the Introduction  section.  I hope you enjoy it and will be … Continue reading

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Is The Paper Resume Dead?

Originally posted on CU Insight – 5/22/2014 Not yet. But I think that day is coming. Frankly, I’m not too upset about it either. I have never been fond of deciding whether or not to grant a job applicant an … Continue reading

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Bridging the Skills Gap: 2 Proven Tactics

There’s good news and bad news. That sentence, in a nutshell, is my humble opinion regarding the economic recovery. Sounds pretty ridiculous, right? Perhaps. But if you were to review all of the latest economic data, you would probably come … Continue reading

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3 Traits of GREAT Employees

I’ve said it before on this blog. And I’m going to say it again. Your organization’s most valuable asset is not product and it’s not property. No, your most valuable assets are employees that make those things possible. So why … Continue reading

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Be Excellent!!

I think it’s safe to say that there are a lot of professionals who want to be excellent at what they do.  Who wouldn’t?  But if history has taught us anything, it’s that a select few actually become excellent. Why … Continue reading

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Credit Unions Are LOSING….

Originally posted on CU Insight on January 15, 2014   Well, now that I’ve got your attention…… Over the past few months, the credit union industry has lost some very talented, passionate, and knowledgeable young professionals to other industries and … Continue reading

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