This program will focus on how to instill a culture of extraordinary through all stages of the member relationship and how this will have an impact on your bottom line in producing meaningful results.
This program will ramp up leadership skills and address critical supervisory issues necessary to become an extraordinary supervisor.
This online seminar teaches those charged with business development responsibilities the primary skills, thought processes and behaviors necessary to expand relationships and to excel at client acquisition.
This program will ramp up your leadership skills and address critical supervisory issues necessary to becoming an excellent team leader.
This real-world webinar looks at what an exceptional branch looks like and how to obtain that coveted status. The agenda includes what gets in the way of realizing your goals and ideas on what you can do about it.
Frontline positions are, without question, one of the most critical jobs at any financial institution. Frontline staff has the best opportunity to reflect the bank’s values and ambitions for customer service. It's essential that your frontline staff has a well-trained leader that has the capacity and takes responsibility for developing a dynamic team.
Are you tired of staff complaining about ALL THE MANDATORY training they are expected to complete? Does it frustrate you when you see people skip the content of online training and rush through the test? You expect your people to learn, so we are going to put complaining on a diet at your company!
Let’s get back to basics and re-discover the fundamentals we all need to know on the frontline while working directly with members.
This training session is perfect for trainers and other presenters who are using PowerPoint but want to feel more comfortable creating their own professional slideshows, learn a few tricks to wow audiences, and take advantage of features that will save time struggling to get things working just right.
This webinar will encourage you to be prepared to be effective both as a coach and as a supervisor. How are they different? How are they alike?