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Academic research shows that diverse groups make better decisions than those made up of people with similar demographic backgrounds.
Age is a touchy topic, but it should be a top priority for your board.
Creating a more inclusive organization requires a deliberate focus. Kim Manigault of KeyCorp outlines the bank’s strategy for attracting and promoting top talent.
Women aspire to lead as much as men do, and banks that cultivate inclusion will gain an edge in the war for talent.
Your competitive advantage could lie in making the two blend the right way for your bank.
In his second article on the topic, talent expert Alan Kaplan writes about what bank boards of the future need.
Identifying prospective directors to add the right skills to the board is an ongoing process. Here’s how to approach board refreshment.
The Bank Board Training Forum focuses on governance, diversity against the backdrop of industry profitability.
If you want to compete for talent today, it’s not just how much you pay that matters. There’s more.
This article serves as a guide for banks looking to hire young talent.
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