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Despite the talk on millennial talent, banks face a more immediate struggle when it comes to attracting valuable commercial lenders to their teams.
Compensation plans must appeal to both baby boomers and the next generation of bank leaders.
This article serves as a guide for banks looking to hire young talent.
Talent expert Alan Kaplan writes about the three intangible qualities banking leaders of the future will need.
As the baby-boomer exodus from the workplace grows in the coming years, many banks will find themselves with a groundswell of leadership positions to fill.
Jennie Carlson of U.S. Bancorp reveals how the bank focuses on executive-level talent management, including diversity and succession planning.
Many boards haven’t determined who will replace the CEO when that executive retires or leaves the bank.
Centric Bank formed a millennial advisory board to learn how to better attract millennial employees and customers.
A successful lift-out can help boost a bank's profitability, but it is not without risk and has compensation implications that should be carefully reviewed.
U.S. Bank's head of human resources, Jennie Carlson, discusses her efforts to get more diversity in the C-suite.
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