Month: July 2019

The Blue Roof Principle: How to Make the Tough Choices in Business

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions We make thousands of decisions every single day, yet most people hate making them. Lack of clarity and fear play a major role with indecision, leading to procrastination and anxiety. Decisions mean taking action and taking action means consequences, both positive and negative—a terrifying thought to most of us.   Yet, the ability …

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Building a Cohesion Culture Leads to a “Best Places to Work”

At South Carolina Federal Credit Union, the HR voice is strong. It has a seat at the management table right along with Finance, Retail Sales, Lending, Marketing, Operations, Audit, and Information Technology.  Sharing the Vision The strategies from all of our business units are reflected in the corporate business plan, which is available for our …

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The Postcard Treatment: Why Perspective and Positivity Are Essential In Leadership 

Recently on a trip to Lisbon, Portugal, I snapped a quick photo of a small street filled with shops. I posted the photo on Facebook where a friend liked it and commented that, from his perspective, the photo looked like a postcard and that I was truly living a blessed life. I am very blessed, …

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Three Leadership Essentials to Retain Your Top Talent

We all know there are foundational grammar rules such as “I” before “E” except after “C.” But when it comes to cohesion, there is a basic rule that involves the letters “I,” “M,” and “E.”  When leaders use this rule, it directly impacts the organization’s culture. In order to understand how this rule applies, first, …

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