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  • Purpose and Values Not Buzz Words
    Posted on Mar 7th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times Now, more than ever, senior leaders must adhere to their values and organizational purpose to create and maintain employee and stakeholder trust. PricewaterhouseCoopers has been surveying CEOs for 20 years to gain their perspective on major trends affecting industry and the world economy. Its 2016 […]


  • A Look Into The Gates Foundation Leading Culture
    Posted on Mar 6th, 2017

    Published In, Forbes By, Stuart R. Levine According to Steven Rice, chief human resources officer at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, culture is one of the most important areas that HR executives are focused on now. With approximately 1,500 global employees, providing $5.5 billion of investments per year, this is quite a legacy for the […]


  • Get a Pit in Your Stomach
    Posted on Feb 7th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times When you get a pit in your stomach, it means you have the courage to step out of your comfort zone. Get used to this feeling, as it’s where you need to be to grow professionally and advance your career. What happens to your career […]


  • The Future in Your Hands
    Posted on Feb 6th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times At times it feels like the future has arrived in the palm of our hands. Other times, it seems like we are captives of our devices. The iPhone is now 10 years old. Like a Star Trek Tricorder/Communicator, it puts the world’s people, data and […]


  • Huge Regulation Cuts In 2017: Directors Beware
    Posted on Jan 27th, 2017

    Published in, Forbes By Stuart R. Levine On January 23, President Donald Trump made a bold statement as one of the first items on his presidential agenda: “cut regulation by 75%, maybe more.” He said that regulations have gotten out of control and that with the choice, companies would prefer regulation to tax cuts, but […]


  • Want to Keep Your Millennials? Develop them!
    Posted on Jan 10th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times “The Millennials are coming”, a cry we’ve been hearing for years, has finally come true. Recently, the number of Millennials in the labor market surpassed the other generations to become the single largest segment in the workforce. For years the “Boomers”, “Xers”, and “Ys” have […]


  • Start Your Year Off Right And Avoid Pointless Meetings
    Posted on Dec 22nd, 2016

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes I have heard these staggering statistics surrounding unproductive meetings in the past, but they were once again confirmed in a webinar I hosted in November, during which over 100 senior executives were surveyed. The results were alarming. More than 50% surveyed said that their meetings never start and end […]


  • Don’t Let Yourself Sink In Volatile Times
    Posted on Nov 27th, 2016

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in, Forbes No matter how you voted or didn’t vote this past election, it is clear that both individuals and organizations are going to be experiencing more volatility in their lives. With a new presidency approaching built upon the notion of deeper change, there are certain qualities and tools that […]


  • Soft Skills Rule
    Posted on Nov 14th, 2016

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times A recent LinkedIn study found that of 291 hiring managers surveyed, 59% agreed that finding employees with the right soft skills is much more difficult than finding employees with adequate technical skills. They also found that these skills are particularly important, and just as hard […]


  • Check Board Performance, Not the Box.
    Posted on Oct 23rd, 2016

    By Stuart R. Levine, Published in, The Credit Union Times In 2004, the NYSE mandated that the boards of all listed companies undertake an annual self-evaluation to gain perspective on how effectively they and their committees are functioning. Many other organizations, including credit unions, followed suit as a matter of good governance. Board assessment processes, […]


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