The Southeastern School of Banking Branch Management - Session 3 of 4
August 15: TBA Barrett Training Center, Nashville
Other Session Dates:
Session 1: March 21
Session 2: June 4
Session 4: November 13
Dianne Barton, Performance Solutions, Inc.
More than ever before, today’s branch management team is faced with a multitude of challenges and opportunities. This four-part school focuses on the critical elements of managing and leading a successful team. Each session of the school is packaged full of checklists, job aids, case studies, and real-world situations that every participant can apply immediately within their scope of work. During the year, attendees will be required to complete assignments as measurements for completion of the program certificate. Dianne Barton, president, Performance Solutions Inc, is the instructor for the school in 2019.
Branch Management Certificate Overview
Individual program participants will receive the 2019 Tennessee Bankers Association The Southeastern School of Banking Branch Management Certificate by completing two key components of this comprehensive training program:
- Attending all four sessions of the 2019 The Southeastern School of Banking Branch Management
- Successfully completing assignments after each of the four sessions
The benefits of this certificate process include:
- An investment in developing best practices for your bank’s retail banking network
- An educational resource for training and career development
- Recognition and opportunities for branch managers by completing these sessions
- A foundation builder for banking schools
- A commitment to successful, profitable, efficient, and effective branches
Who Should Attend
These live, comprehensive overview sessions of the program are for all levels of branch management, from beginning to advanced. They are designed for retail managers, branch managers, assistant managers, branch manager candidates, and anyone responsible for the direction and development of a retail branch. Those attending this program will receive invaluable information and insight as well as resources to assist them in the everyday, ongoing processes of branch management.
Continuing Education Credit:
26 total hours CPE credit for all four sessions
This program has not been pre-approved for ICB CE credits. Attendants who require ICB credits should go to http://www.aba.com/Training/ICB/Pages/default.aspx for further instructions.