Lessons in Attracting & Retaining Talent

Video Length: 10 Minutes
Released: November 2016
Presenter: Al Dominick
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Having the right talent is essential to a bank’s long-term health and profitability. In this Board Brief, Bank Director CEO Al Dominick presents four case studies highlighting the biggest issues related to talent today, from the competition for CEO and millennial talent to making sure your bank is incenting the right behavior.

Topics Include:

  • Retaining the CEO
  • Attracting Young Talent
  • Encouraging Ethical Behavior

A glossary of banking terms is included with each video unit.

About the Presenter:
Al Dominick is the chief executive officer of DirectorCorps, Inc., which includes Bank Director and FinXTech. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing the strategy, operations and financial performance of the company. Al joined the company in 2010 and regularly speaks at conferences and writes for BankDirector.com. In addition, he frequently meets with CEOs, chairmen, C-level executives and members of a board, the men and women that run companies that provide services and support to these officers and directors, bank analysts, private equity executives and institutional investors.

Al is a graduate of Washington & Lee University, where he was a four-year letterman on the varsity baseball team, and earned an MBA from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. His financial and technology background includes positions with Board Member, Inc., Bank Director’s previous company which is now part of the New York Stock Exchange, and Computech, a Bethesda, Maryland-based information technology firm now part of NCI (NASDAQ: NCIT).

Tricia Lesh

Vice President of Marketing

Tricia Lesh is Vice President of Marketing for Bank Director and manages the production and development projects for BankDirector.com and FinXTech.com. In addition, Tricia is focused on leading the direction of the company’s marketing, public relations and branding initiatives. A graduate of Belmont University, Tricia has more than 20+ years of experience in the financial industry, working in institutions with assets ranging from $500 million to $2.2 billion.