Monthly Archives: June 2014

5 Tips for Giving Feedback That Actually Gets Heard 

5 Tips for Giving Feedback That Actually Gets Heard 

A very basic requirement for effective feedback is that the recipient is listening and engaged in the conversation. Otherwise, what’s the point? However, too often, the feedback we give and receive is ineffectual at best, and completely counterproductive at worst. Of course, the effectiveness of good feedback is largely dependent on the recipient’s willingness to […]

Want To Increase Productivity?

Want To Increase Productivity?

The Answer Might Be To Increase Downtime I’m not terribly comfortable with many generalizations, but I do feel pretty confident in saying this: Americans spend most of their waking hours preoccupied with work. I mean, how often do we ever really leave work? Even on vacation (when we actually take a vacation), most people will […]

Donations of DVDs from CU Orgs Furthers Financial Education & Strategic Philanthropy

Donations of DVDs from CU Orgs Furthers Financial Education & Strategic Philanthropy

Based on the generosity of credit union organizations, all 158 Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals in the United States have been provided with entertaining financial education videos through the Emmy Award-winning TV show Biz Kid$. This is the result of a recent partnership between the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) and Credit Union for Kids […]