Leadership – Change What You Do

For more than 50 years, Security Service has been meeting members’ financial needs by offering financial products and services of the utmost value, quality, and convenience. Security Service will continue its dedication to offering members financial soundness, unmatched hours of service, and competitive financial products and services. By providing its members outstanding service, being a good corporate citizen, and hiring top-notch people, Security Service will continue its success as a credit union and maintain its leadership role in the financial services industry and the communities it serves.

Your values dictate your mindset. So if you’ve grown up in a poor family and your parents and other members of your family have always held on to the belief that government should take care of them… but you feel that there’s a way out on your own and that a person can take their fate into their own hands, then your values and mindset may be conflicting, causing you not to set goals that are challenging enough.

All of your employees are in their offices, contentedly doing their jobs. When they see you, they don’t avoid you. They smile, deliver the results you’re looking for, and return to work.

They aren’t. They want to know why they should trust us, why they should partner with us. Customers and prospects want to see our expertise in action. They want to know that we understand their business, that we’ve helped others like them to do cool things for their business. They want the evidence, not the claims.

#2: FULL COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM. Make certain the curriculum provides learning on: the free marketing tactics, the paid tactics, provides the specialists to learn from (E.g., SEO, Google, Personal Branding, Video Marketing), includes coaching on Executive Training Group skills, covers “click-by-click” training for the newbies, and provides associations with alliances for outsourcing.

To begin, let’s say you’re having difficulties raising capital for one of a multitude of reasons. You lack an experienced management team with a track record of prior success, your product is still in development, the service you’ve created hasn’t been market tested and you still haven’t refined the sales process. Or, your company may simply not be a “VC deal” or a “home run”, that is, something that will go public or be acquired for a bazillion dollars. Finally, your organization may be a non-profit with a cause like the environment or autism. Does this mean you should give up? Not at all.

It’s a lesson for every young Indian that you don’t need to be living in metros or mini metros to make it big in life. If one has substance, even a boy from a small town like Ranchi can go places and set examples for others to follow.

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