Does every team member on your team know how they tie to profit? I mean really know?
During challenging times, the one thing you can count on is that desperate competitors and fly-by-night organizations are going to come in and try to take away your best customers.
Let’s face it, your top 100 customers, for any bank under $2-billion asset size, account for anywhere between 50 to 140% of your profits.
That’s a significant thing to understand. They are precious. They pay for all the bills, and you must, of course, keep all of them.
I believe that we all take great pride in legendary performance.
In this episode, I’ll show you how you can have your best year ever and show you the system that doubled the profit in less than three years for over 70% of the stock banks that used it.
If you’re the kind of leader:
- …who is already in the top 5% of NIM, growth, ROA, ROE, and Efficiency Ratio, you’re going to love discovering how you can be assured that you’re not at risk of losing your edge as competition gets tougher.
The best-selling author of nearly 50 sports books, Ross Bernstein is an award-winning, Hall of Fame, peak-performance business speaker who’s keynoted conferences on all seven continents and has been featured on CNN, CBS This Morning, ESPN and Fox News, as well as in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and USA Today. He’s spent the better part of the past 20 years studying the DNA of championship teams and his mission whenever he takes the stage is to get his audiences all thinking differently about what it’s going to take to raise their games to the next level.
How do you protect your bank from the new “I Quit Culture” known as the Great Resignation of 2021?
And how do you combat the upcoming exodus caused by headhunters calling your best team members weekly with outrageous offers—promising the moon, including upfront money and significantly higher salaries?
The research shows that we’ve never seen a time quite like this—you are more vulnerable than ever before to losing your best people.
Statistics Say: Take Bank Employee Turnover Seriously!
The Microsoft Work Trends Index found that 26% of workers plan to leave their current jobs over the next two months,