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You Need A Job Journal. Here’s Why.

*Cue your classic “In my day…” voice here* Unlike the teens of today, I didn’t post my many angst-filled thoughts and passive aggressive song lyrics on social media for all to see (and likely, not really care about). I spent hours after school on LiveJournal – an online blogging website where I could document the important issues of adolescence, like […]

Posted by Liz Garster in Credit Unions, Culture, Leadership, Management, Personal Growth, Productivity, Professional Development on April 11, 2017

Living Our Core Values: Collaboration

In 2016 our blog took a deep-dive into TwoScore’s #1 core value – accountability. To kick off the first month of 2017, we’re continuing our culture highlight with the second TwoScore belief á la Google: We believe success involves collaboration. “The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual”– […]

Posted by Liz Garster in Branding, Credit Unions, Culture, Leadership, Management, Professional Development on January 18, 2017

5 Outside-Industry Emails Every Credit Union Leader Should Subscribe To

I have been a bookworm for as long as I can remember; from spending summers at my dad’s blazing through historical fiction books to reading Harry Potter until the wee hours of the morning. These days I’m one of the odd birds that prefers non-fiction to fiction. Malcolm Gladwell. Sheryl Sandberg. Mindy Kaling. Gabrielle Bernstein. I […]

Posted by Liz Garster in Credit Unions, Leadership, Management, Marketing, Professional Development, Social Media, Uncategorized on October 26, 2016

3 Ways a Strong Culture Impacts Your Bottom Line

Even though culture has been a prevalent word in the business world for some time now thanks to Starbucks, Zappos, Southwest Airlines, and other leading companies, many executives still don’t see its importance when stacked up against the balance sheet. They see culture as a “fuzzy feeling” and intangible part of their businesses, meaning it […]

Posted by Amanda McMeans in Credit Unions, Culture, Leadership, Management, Marketing on September 26, 2016