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  • Leading alongside our teams

    Feb 01, 2020
    It’s the time of year when we celebrate the relationships in our lives, and it’s a great time to build connections at home, within the community or in the workplace. That doesn’t mean composing Shakespearean sonnets for your coworkers, but it does mean showing up in a meaningful way.
  • ICBA Membership Is A Workplace Perk

    Aug 16, 2019
    ICBA's Lindsay LaNore discusses the importance of leveraging ICBA membership for additional networking and learning opportunities.
  • Build Your Own Career Ladder

    Apr 03, 2019
    Thanks to technological disruption, industry consolidation, and multi-generational workplaces, the traditional career ladder—in community banking and elsewhere—is a splintered artifact of the past. ICBA's Lindsay LaNore shares why this isn't necessarily a bad thing and offers four tips community bankers can use to realize their career aspirations.
  • An Optimistic Future

    Aug 15, 2018
    As a well-known speaker and educator in the community banking industry, Barret Graduate School of Banking President and Director Chris Kelley knows all too well the importance of continuous learning. As we prepare for an energetic LEAD FWD Summit, filled with education and workshops that will challenge our industry’s next generation of leaders, I talked with Chris about the necessity of growing and thinking outside of the traditional boundaries of community banking.
  • Relevant. Innovative. Motivating.

    Jul 25, 2018
    Investing in education and leadership training is vital to preparing the next generation of community bankers and key to any community bank’s succession planning strategy. I recently spoke with Bank of Missouri Community Bank President Aaron M. Panton to find out why he thinks ICBA’s LEAD FWD Summit is a must-attend annual event.
  • Lead With Vision

    Jul 11, 2018
    Reimagining traditional leadership concepts and pushing the community banking industry forward is imperative to carrying on the incredible legacy of the community banking industry.
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