Wisconsin credit union records manager Harmony Paulley shares her take on technology and leadership.
I recently had a startling realization: in a single day, the 375 or so people in my organization put in more work hours than I do in an entire year.
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For years, I have played golf with credit union CEOs and their executive teams all around the country. I’ve watched them play 18 holes, shake hands at the conclusion of the round and head home for the evening saying, “Wow, that was better than any day at the office.”
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As entrepreneurs, our personal happiness, the way we listen to and react to our staff, and the way we shape our own role at work all have profound effects on our companies, and ultimately, on how they grow. But lasting change is difficult.