Home/Developing Mid-Level Employees

Developing Mid-Level Employees

Most financial institutions have formal training programs for new employees, but what about associates who are there for the long haul? Mid-career training and development programs for staff who have been with the organization in the five to 15 year-range are just as important. These learning programs refresh and broaden skills, keep employees motivated to provide a great customer experience and give them to tools to perform well. Ongoing training can also develop leadership skills.

Download this eBook for time-tested methods to develop and refine programs to enhance the skills of mid-level employees.

Developing Mid-Level Employees
Download eBook

You may also like:

“Want to Make a Sale Today? Stop Multitasking.”
Blog

“Want to Make a Sale Today? Stop Multitasking.”

Is your mortgage team applying a single focus to achieve higher productivity and performance? Your team can multitask, but they can't multi-focus. Check out this Dale eMinute learning topic and more inside Mortgage HQ: All-in-One Training Solution.
View blog
Mortgage Industry Updates: Monthly RoundUp – September 2020
Blog

Mortgage Industry Updates: Monthly RoundUp – September 2020

Last month involved several industry updates and hot topics in the mortgage industry. We’ve rounded up some key updates and how they will affect you and your financial institution going forward.
View blog
New FinCEN Cybercrime Advisory Targets COVID-19 Related Crimes
Blog

New FinCEN Cybercrime Advisory Targets COVID-19 Related Crimes

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) recently issued an advisory to alert financial institutions to potential indicators of cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime observed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
View blog
Infographic

2020 Early CE Deadlines

Whether you are a Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) or responsible for managing your team’s licenses, you must be aware of the upcoming NMLS Mortgage CE deadlines. Certain states have even earlier state deadlines to be aware of. View the infographic for more information.
View infographic
2020-04-09T15:13:14-06:00