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  • Choose Happiness
    Posted on Dec 21st, 2017

    Published in, CU Times By Stuart R. Levine In my decades of working with CEOs, and in occupying the position myself, maximizing the CEO’s positive effect on the culture organization is always on my mind. We know that there is “no one size fits all” approach to leadership, yet I do see how much an […]

  • The Continuing Quest for Culture
    Posted on Dec 18th, 2017

    Published in, CU Times By Stuart R. Levine In the many conferences attended this past quarter, from the NACD’s Global Board Leaders’ Summit “RE:defining VALUE” to the List Sell Negotiate 2017 in Sydney, Australia, the themes of leadership, people, innovation and culture were top of mind. How to cope with the oncoming tsunami waves of […]

  • Millennials and Gen Z: Credit Union Values Matter
    Posted on Oct 25th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times The mission and values of the credit union industry over the last 170 years, has always been expressed in the service brought to its members. The first credit unions were founded on the ideals of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality and solidarity. They were imbued with […]

  • Learning Cultures Drive Business Impact
    Posted on Sep 13th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times The strength of an organization’s learning culture can be the single biggest driver of business impact. In a learning culture, people develop their abilities, their technical skills improve and career advancement occurs. Learning and development professionals are leading the charge to make sure their companies […]

  • Hold Your CEO Accountable
    Posted on Jul 28th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, Forbes Industries have always faced challenges in the marketplace, but today they are under stress like never before. Advances in technology have ushered in dramatic changes, remaking traditional industries like energy, retail, journalism and medicine. Even cutting-edge technology companies that themselves are disruptors, are in a continuous state of […]

  • Culture: The #1 Human Capital Challenge
    Posted on May 6th, 2017

    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times A recent study conducted jointly by the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and the Columbia Business School, found that 85% of executives feel their culture isn’t where it needs to be. This fact, combined with numerous studies finding a strong correlation between a […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Apps Mirror Organizational Culture
    Posted on Jun 25th, 2016

    By Stuart R. Levine Published in The Credit Union Times Can your Smartphone apps give you insights about organizational culture? How will the ubiquitous nature of the Internet continue to change your relationship to your customers? How might these tools affect your organization? In her new insightful book, Mobilized: An Insider’s Guide to the Business […]

  • The Link Between Values, Culture and Profits
    Posted on Sep 28th, 2015
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    By Stuart R. Levine Published In, The Credit Union Times It has been shown that most organizations hire employees for the skills they possess, yet fire employees for poor behavior. Even worse is when poor behavior is tolerated to the point of lost productivity and the turnover of “good” employees.  This hiring – firing cycle […]

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