When Tracy Britt Cool was finishing Harvard Business School, she wrote to Warren Buffett to ask for a job. Less than five years later, she’s among Buffett’s top aides at Berkshire Hathaway.
Hiring is a process that creates too much risk. It needs a bold makeover.
Christopher Morris, director of communications at the National Credit Union Foundation, finds new ways to share the credit union message.
This Opinion piece looks at the strengths inherent in tri-sector leadership: Public, private, nonprofit.
In her efforts to leave the world a little bit better, Melodie Godfrey, executive vice president/COO at Oak Ridge, Tenn.-based ORNL Federal Credit Union, has discovered the power of slowing down, thinking globally and executing locally.
Terri Bentley of Redstone FCU talks about opportunity and leadership.
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.
The Working Families Party may not have much political clout, but it's figured out ways to pass laws across the country for things like paid sick leave and debt-free college. Here's how.