80SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details Thank you for tuning in to episode 68 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by our friends at PSCU. As the nation’s premier payments CUSO, PSCU proudly supports the success of more than 1,500 credit unions.Navigating a major crisis can be difficult, especially when it has the potential to affect both your member’s personal and financial health. On this week’s episode, I sat down with Lisa Brown, President and CEO of Tallahassee-Leon Federal Credit Union, to learn more about how her team is rethinking member service in the face of this crisis, applying lessons learned from the last recession, and working directly with members to develop a business strategy for the next 12 – 18 months. During our discussion, Lisa talk about how her team was able to open a branch in just five days to provide drive-thru service to at-risk members in a nearby community, while also managing the stress of implementing an emergency pandemic plan. With that in mind, she also shared some of the internal mantras she uses to stay focused and make hard decisions. On her toughest days, she often likes to remind herself that “this is what separates the men from the boys.” Additionally, Lisa and I discuss her hopes for a healthy future, overcoming the struggles of being a type A personality, and what she believes all good leaders need to learn to be successful. We also talk about her new found appreciation for free time and what she’s doing to fill that time, which may include some chickens in the near future. We wrap up our conversation with the rapid-fire portion of the episode, where we learn a little more about Lisa’s busy life outside of credit unions, her daily routines, and her definition of success. You can feel Lisa’s passion for credit unions, her community, and her family throughout the entire episode. You won’t want to miss it! Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Lisa:Lisa Brown, President and CEO of Tallahassee-Leon Federal [email protected] | LinkedIn | TwitterShow notes from this episode:Shout-out: To our friends at PSCU, an amazing sponsor of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Thank you!Check out all the great work Lisa and her team at Tallahassee-Leon Federal Credit Union are doing for their members here. Curious about DE? Find out more about the National Credit Union Foundation’s signature program. Shout-out: Association of British Credit Unions Limited (ABCUL) Shout-out: Ray CremerShout-out: CUTimes Shout-out: African DE ProgramShout-out: Rachel ProssShout-out: Big Daddy Shout-out: Vacation Song mentioned: Fancy by Iggy AzaleaShout-out: Lisa’s son Shout-out: Mike AkersShout-out: Flag Credit Union Shout-out: Jim NussleShout-out: Bob TrunzoShout-out: Diane DykstraShout-out: Jill NowackiWatch the video of the TLFCU member sharing their success story. Shout-out: Gigi HylandAlbum mentioned: The Wedding Singer (Music From The Motion Picture)Book mentioned: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark MansonPrevious guests mentioned in this episode: Rachel Pross, Jim Nussle, Bob Trunzo, Diane Dykstra, Jill Nowacki (episodes 4, 18, 37 & 64), Gigi HylandYou can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here. In This Episode:[02:20] – Lisa, welcome to the show![03:07] – Lisa shares how hard it was to open a credit union in five days in order to provide them drive-thru service to members in a near-by community.[06:12] – Did your board know about your emergency pandemic plan?[09:13] – Randy and Lisa discuss how her credit union is located in a predominately low-income area and how they are helping members during this crisis.[11:09] – Lisa says to take a step back with the stock market and look at it from a thirty thousand foot level.[13:48] – Lisa speaks about moving out all consumer loan due dates ninety days.[14:21] – Lisa shares the ways they are going to reach out to members to learn about their situations.[16:27] – Lisa discusses using the data from talking to the members to come up with a plan for the next twelve to eighteen months.[18:55] – They believe that we must realize that the recovery from this pandemic is a marathon, not a sprint.[20:10] – Looking forward to a year from now, what will you be the proudest that you have accomplished?[21:27] – Lisa shares what inspired her to take the job at Tallahassee-Leon Federal Credit Union.[24:25] – She speaks about what she does to bring her attention back when she loses focus.[27:48] – Lisa believes that to be a good leader, you need to be true to yourself.[29:56] – She shares how she learned to make difficult decisions.[32:27] – Do you have a piece of advice or a life lesson that you still use today?[35:53] – Lisa talks about what she does when she has a day off and how she recharges.[37:48] – Lisa shares that she wanted a job where she could wear high heels.[39:14] – Do you have any daily routines that if you don’t do your day feels off?[40:45] – What’s the best album of all time?[42:13] – Is there a book you think everyone should read?[43:30] – Lisa believes that time with family and simplifying her life has become more important, and the opinion of the masses has become less important.[45:12] – When you hear the word success, who is the first person that comes to mind?[47:43] – Lisa shares her final thoughts with us.[51:37] – Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to talk with us.
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Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 15, 2015 at 4:19 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] Coming off a 3-1 win at Duke Friday night, Syracuse (20-7, 11-5 Atlantic Coast) ended the weekend with a 3-0 victory against Wake Forest (12-16, 4-12) in a game that lasted just an hour and 18 minutes.The Orange took the first two sets 25-16 and then commanded the Demon Deacons again in the third, 25-13.Sophomore Leah Levert led the way for the Orange hitters, posting 12 kills, one short of her season high. She also added 11 blocks on defense.Senior Nicolette Serratore held the back line in the victory, grabbing 14 digs for the Orange. She was aided by senior setter Gosia Wlaszczuk, who totaled eight digs and 26 assists.The Demon Deacons struggled offensively, mustering just 30 kills over three sets, good for a .040 hitting percentage. The Orange hitters were extremely effective, tallying 41 kills over the three sets en route to a .462 hitting percentage.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU scored 60 points in the victory behind their 41 kills and three aces. Wake Forest scored just 33 on 30 kills and two aces.Sunday’s victory marked the fifth Orange win in its last six games and the 20th of the season.SU is back in action at 8 p.m. on Friday in Blacksburg, Virginia, against Virginia Tech. Comments
Share Submit Share Kindred: Spelinspektionen has failed in its management of Swedish marketplace June 11, 2020 Related Articles Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity July 28, 2020 Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Championship promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough FC and principal partner 32Red are getting behind next month’s Responsible Gambling Week. The club has become the first the English Football League side to sign up to the cross-industry initiative, with both partys emphasising that they are “keen to show their support in delivering the message”.The show of support comes after the pair unveiled their link-up earlier this year, which also saw fellow Kindred Group brand Unibet secure branding rights as part of the deal.As part of the initiative, 32Red has agreed to donate all match-day advertising space, encapsulating screens, LEDs and programme, to deliver the Responsible Gambling message for the live televised fixture against Derby County, at the clubs Riverside home, on Saturday 27 October (kick off 12:30pm).A spokesman for Middlesbrough FC commented: “Responsible Gambling Week is an opportunity for us as football clubs and organisations to play a part in delivering a clear and concise message. We have a social responsibility and this is very important to us to be at the forefront of this.”Building upon 2017’s inaugural offering, this year sees Irish organisations join the campaign, and focus upon a theme of ‘Let’s Talk About Responsible Gambling.’As part of the week, practical advice will be shared through social media channels, to ensure responsible gambling messages reach the widest possible audience.Neil Banbury, general manager at 32Red, added: “Everyone at 32Red is delighted to support Responsible Gambling Week. We want our customers to enjoy gambling in a safe and sustainable way, and we’re committed to doing everything we can to make sure they always set their limits and stay in control.”Responsible Gambling Week aims to get people talking about what it means to gamble responsibly, tools available to keep the activity fun and how players of all types can gamble safely, whilst ensuring any individual that needs added information, help or support knows where to find it.It is anticipated that around 127,000 staff at around 11,000 gambling venues and online sites in the UK and Ireland will take part in Responsible Gambling Week. StumbleUpon
WASHINGTON — Republican Senator Joni Ernst says now that there’s divided government in Washington, it’s up to President Trump and Democratic congressional leaders to find a border security solution that ends the partial government shutdown.“I would tend to agree that not all areas of our border needs a physical barrier if those are adequately patrolled by Border Patrol agents, if we have the technology to monitor those areas without having a physical barrier and can adequately respond in a timely manner to illegal border crossings,” Ernst said Thursday during a conference call with Iowa reporters.But Ernst indicated some areas of the border can only be secured with “a barrier of some form.” She said capturing terrorists, drug smugglers, gun runners and human traffickers along the border is a national security priority.“And by having a physical barrier in some of those places, we can shape the way the traffic is flowing, the foot traffic,” she told reporters.Ernst said she learned in the military that barriers on a battlefield funnel people into areas where they can be apprehended. Ernst indicated she would not support a deal that only funds more agents and more surveillance along the border, because a wall or fencing is necessary in some areas. The “smartest way to move,” according to Ernst, is to have Border Patrol agents and the Department of Homeland Security map things out.“I do think it needs to be a comprehensive plan that allows us to make smart choices on how we spend our dollars on the border,” Ernst said.About 25 percent of the federal government has been shut down since December 22nd. President Trump has repeatedly said he will not agree to reopen the government until congress approves $5.7 billion for a border wall.
There has been widespread sadness in West Donegal and further afield following the death of Madgie McGee.Madgie (nee Boyle), from Upper Dore, Gweedre and formerly of Bunaman, Annagry, leaves behind a large circle of family and friends including grandsons Neil and Eamon from the Donegal senior GAA team.Her remains are reposing at her late residence at Upper Dore, Bunbeg. Funeral arrangements are to be confirmed later.The house is private from 11pm till 10am.Family flowers only with donations in lieu if desired to the Donegal Hospice c/o Shaun Mc Glynn, Funeral Directors, Dungloe or any family member. SADNESS AT PASSING OF MADGIE McGEE was last modified: August 27th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:deathdonegalGweedoreMadgie McGee