Shouldering the Cost : One Credit Union CEO's Take on the Great Banking Collapse of 2008
The Great Recession was responsible for tens of thousands of workers losing their jobs and their ability to provide for their families. Many lost their homes and suffered financial and emotional set-backs that they may never recover from. For those of us who were personally involved during that time in the financial services industry (of which credit unions were a part), we’ve been afraid to reveal what went on behind the public's back.
Knowledge + Execution = Success: 21 Lessons To Make Positive Changes In Yourself, Your Team And Your Organization
Leadership of others begins with leadership of self. You cannot truly become an effective leader of an organization until you identify with leadership on a personal level. But what does that mean and how do you do that?.