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Today’s Talent Tomorrow’s Leaders: Meet Tera Bolton

Tera Bolton began her journey with the Company in 2014 as a Store Manager and quickly rose to becoming a General Manager.  She now serves as a District Director of Operations and oversees existing markets and opening brand-new locations throughout our central territory. The opportunity to hand store keys over to a newly promoted Store Manager or General Manager continues to be one of her proudest accomplishments as a leader. As an ambidextrous Star Wars fan who isn’t afraid to be herself, she’s always looking for the next challenge and opportunity to expand her knowledge. “I am creating a vision …

Empowering Women

At the TMX Finance® Family of Companies, we’ve always been committed to establishing equality to help ensure a level playing field for the growth and development of all Team Members. In 2019, we took this to the next level as we piloted a peer group program aimed at empowering our Corporate Team Members to reach their full potential with the support and mentoring of those around them. This was called Empower Women Peer Groups. The primary goal of the program was to create an inclusive, safe space for Team Members to discuss and resolve issues that are perceived as standing …

Relationships That Work

If you’ve ever taken an employee engagement survey, you’ve probably come across the question, “Do you have a best friend at work?” There’s a reason why this often-controversial question has remained on surveys for years and it has to do with performance. According to Gallup, there is a “concrete link between having a best friend at work and the amount of effort employees expend in their job.” That could explain why, beyond having a personal consultant to talk to when making career decisions, we tend to be more competitive, engaged, and productive when we have a best friend around the …

Take A Risk, Crush A Goal

“A friend can inspire enthusiasm as well as accountability, and that serves to challenge you.” Deanna Cosso; Romuald Andrade As we set goals for 2020, we wanted to reflect on the accomplishments of 2019. Last year, we found common ground in the fitness goals we had each set for ourselves. When we heard of a new workout studio opening near our office, we took the challenge to try something new. We learned that having an accountability partner made the difference in reaching our goals. Here is our story: “Last year, I had enough with being out of shape, having low …

Bulls and Bears

Bulls and Bears. Sounds scary doesn’t it? You’ve likely heard of the stock market being bullish or bearish. So, what does that really mean? A bull market is favorable, where prices are going up and shares traded are high value. A bear market is the opposite, where the market is showing a lack of confidence and values drop. The trick to making a good investment is all in the timing. Buy low and sell high. This will give you a profit. Easy right? Unfortunately, investors are often emotional, and sell quickly in a bear market and buy in a bull …

Minimalist Management

Traditionally, we think of management as measuring an employee’s performance based on how well they execute tasks. Throughout my career, each position of leadership I’ve held has become increasingly complex. Makes sense, right? I’ve played many roles, and with each my stress level increased and my perception of the value I create diminished despite expending a lot more energy. But is that entirely necessary? Maybe not. Can you accomplish more with less? Conversely, a minimalist manager would measure performance based on eventual results, rather than individual tasks. If employees are meeting goals and accomplishing directives, then their approach to work …