Incentive plans too often have unintended consequences. The desire for simplicity leads to misguided or overly narrow focus. Effective plans are robust and thoughtful in design, to keep the message simple and direct. Here is a list of seven things to consider when designing an incentive plan for your credit union.
Target markets have been the holy grail since the dawn of advertising. Every campaign, every ad, every message starts with the question, ‘who is your company trying to attract as a customer?’ As credit unions, we like to make our target markets as big and encompassing as possible.
If your boss is anything like mine I’m sure they have come to you at the end of the year and said, “You know what, Amy, heck with the goals.
In the past year I’ve conducted 30-plus interviews for “professional” positions reporting to me, positions requiring both technical skills and strong experience.
Most credit unions have been quick to notice the growing demand and need to provide online services to their members. Online banking being was just the start and now the standard with a fast growing demand for mobile services also on the rise.
That’s what Greg Smith said, and it’s national news now. Before you think this sort of flaming couldn’t happen with one of your former employees (or isn’t already happening in hushed whispers in your hallways), let me assure you that it could (and might already be).
It wasn't her fault, of course. The assertion that set me off was well-meaning on its face, and it wasn't even hers. She was checking her iPhone in the middle of Starbucks, trying to figure out why 25 new emails had assaulted her before the foam disappeared into her latte.