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BankTalentHQ Podcast 4/17/19

April 17th, 2019

Tune in to this week’s episode to hear our host, Brian Hoffman, discuss hot topics in the banking industry. You’ll hear about what you can do to teach financial literacy, what Americans think about their banks, and how to keep up with changing recruitment strategies to continue bringing in top talent. You don’t want to […]

Leadership Management – What Hat Are You Wearing Today?

April 12th, 2019

We all wear many different hats in our careers, families, relationships and lives. Sometimes it seems that we are doing a constant juggling act, and in reality, we are. Managers play many different roles. Specifically, they wear three distinct and different hats: the leader, the manager and the coach. Although these relate very easily to […]

VIDEO: Top 10 Tips for Reaching Success – #1

April 11th, 2019

Sales Coach, Joe Micallef, is here to share the first of 10 Top Tips for Reaching Success! Like what you hear? Stay tuned for 9 more tips coming soon! Want to know how Joe can help you and your institution? Check out the coaching section of the Resource Center to learn more today! #TalentGathersHere

Motivation – Achieving Your Personal Best

April 5th, 2019

One of BankTalentHQ’s coaches, Donna Flynn, had the experience of speaking with an Olympic medal champion, Bonnie Blair. She has won five gold medals, and she was speaking about an important race in her career. In this particular race, she came in fourth, missing a bronze medal by just a split second. Although she had […]

BankTalentHQ Podcast 4/3/19

April 3rd, 2019

Are you wondering how you can make yourself stand out from the crowd during your job search? Where has BankTalentHQ been on the road recently? What is the true mission of BankTalentHQ? What jobs are available in the banking industry right now? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this week’s episode of […]

Goal Setting and Staying On Track – Daily Plan

March 29th, 2019

“In the long run, men hit only what they aim at.” – Henry David Thoreau Well, it’s been 3 months since you set your goals or made new years’ resolutions. How are you doing? Hopefully, you’re well on your way to success. You’ve focused on making the change, creating new actions, and working towards building […]

How can I communicate with my employees more effectively about changes happening within our organization?

March 22nd, 2019

We all know someone who is currently experiencing a change – whether in their personal or professional life. Some of the changes are minor, some major, some positive and some negative. Regardless of their type, they share one thing in common: they often cause uncertainty, discomfort, evoke fears and unanswered questions, and force us to […]

Leadership Management – Clarity of Expectations

March 8th, 2019

“Leadership is a process, a set of attributes that stems not so much from the ability to wield formal authority or to assert power, but the ability to get people to listen and follow.” – R. Reich Do you ever wish you could eliminate the peaks and valleys of performance and sustain it at a […]

Goal Setting and Staying on Track – Lessons from the Chicago Marathon

March 1st, 2019

In the past, I have gotten to experience the Chicago Marathon, and it was great to see thousands of people who set out to meet such a big challenge, as well as the hundreds of thousands who came to cheer them along. I noticed too how the runners’ experiences relate to our lives. We’re all […]

Time Management and the Power of Saying No

February 22nd, 2019

There is a common thread I am picking up on during my conversations lately, and it’s that many of us are starting to feel compressed for time, overextended and a little stressed. So often we find ourselves overcommitted, and we wonder how it happened. Usually, the culprit is the fact that we’ve added more to […]