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first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Weak leadership is commonplace among CEO’s across all industries and credit unions are no exception. The financial and emotional impact on the credit union, its stakeholders (members) and the community that relies upon the credit union is problematic to quantify; however, the costs must include reputation risk, high-staff turnover, inability to accomplish approved strategies and low morale. All drain limited resources and hit the bottom-line.Reputation risk displays itself in declining membership growth, increased scrutiny by the local press and examiners, and staff turnover costs are estimated to be in a range of 25% to 200% of annual salary. As the credit union fails to grow loyal members, productivity ratios decline and so begin a downward spiral placing undue stress on staff, the board of directors and you, the CEO.In my 29 years as a credit union executive, here is what I observed as common causes of poor leadership and how you can avoid them:1. Be passionate about your role awareness and self direction as a leader. What does that look like? continue reading »last_img read more

first_img Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet 31 Views   one commentcenter_img Acting superintendent of the Dominica State Prison Dennis Blanc has reported a “serious drug problem” at the prison.Blanc made that remark while delivering his report to the High Court at the close of the January Criminal Assizes on Monday.He said although his staff members are doing “their best” it is becoming extremely difficult to clamp down on the problem as persons are finding new ways of getting the drugs onto the compound.Blanc explained that persons have moved from trying to smuggling the drugs through fruits and vegetables and are now supplying the inmates with the drugs by throwing the packages over the fence at odd hours of the morning.He said the prison is also faced with the “difficulty of having their produce stolen by intruders on the prison farm” which is not as heavily fenced as the prison compound.“Persons have been cutting through the fence and stealing our produce, someone was even held recently” Blanc informed the court.The prison has a population of 258 inmates; 253 males and 5 females.There are 48 males and 4 females who were sent from the High Court, 143 males from the Magistrate’s Court, 55 males and 1 female on remand and 7 males awaiting trial. There are 12 juveniles forming part of the male population 3 of whom are convicted and 9 who are on remand.He said these juveniles are kept in “a separate cell and all is being done to minimize the contact with the adult population”.Blanc also noted that a project of “building a 30 gallon water tank and also the construction of a building for the installment of closed circuit TV cameras” in ongoing.He said he will also be presenting the government with a document for the establishment of a greenhouse and chicken hatchery.“In the next three years we want to stop buying chicken,” he noted.He said the prison is faced with a food bill of approximately $65, 000.00 a month.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Drug smuggling a major issue at State Prison by: – April 3, 2012 Sharelast_img read more