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A number of companies—not just banks—are challenged to attract talented young employees to their organizations.
Reading and lifelong learning are habits that form the foundation of countless leaders’ success. This is as true in the C-suite as it is in the boardroom.
Napoleon Bonaparte became a general in the French army on March 2, 1796, and set off on horseback nine days later to assume command of the republic’s forces in the Italian theatre.
What do Breckenridge, Texas; Los Angeles, California; and Charlotte, North Carolina, have in common?
Think about mentoring. You probably imagine an experienced senior executive, perhaps with a little grey hair for gravitas, dispensing wisdom to a younger employee eager to build their career.
Ask any banker what their biggest challenge is today, and they’re likely to say it’s recruiting new employees.
The midterm elections are just 17 days away and it’s possible the Democratic Party could reclaim the House of Representatives.
With optimism high and loan losses low across the bank industry, now seems like a good time to revisit Jamie Dimon’s 2006 shareholder letter.
The value of learning from the best seems too obvious to warrant mention. Yet when you talk with bankers, you realize how few of them actually do it.
The negative impact of bad behavior—anything from a tweet to outright fraud and criminal action—can provide a clear reason to fire a CEO.
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