Episode One: The Timeless Tenets of Extraordinary Banks

Episode one of nCino’s virtual monthly series, Innovative Leadership in Banking and Beyond, is now available.

 

Series Overview:

“Innovative Leadership in Banking and Beyond” is a virtual series hosted by nCino. Each month, we talk to influential leaders from a range of industries and share their stories and experiences. To learn more about the series please click here

 

Episode One: The Timeless Tenets of Extraordinary Banks

Leaders play a key role in all industries, but they are especially vital in banking. The immense leverage used by financial institutions combined with the irregular, but not infrequent, turns in the credit cycle leave little room for error. This is especially true today, given the challenges of the coronavirus crisis.

We at nCino want to help.

In this first episode of nCino’s monthly leadership series, recorded as a podcast, Morgan Housel, acclaimed author of the forthcoming book, The Psychology of Money, and John Maxfield, Editor-in-Chief of Bank Director magazine, share lessons and anecdotes about leadership and decision-making that they've accumulated over more than a decade of research. Tune in to this conversation while driving in the car, sitting at your desk or doing chores around the house. Their stories will be engaging and valuable no matter where or when you listen. 

 

Speakers:

John Maxfield – Editor-in-Chief, Bank Director

Morgan Housel – Partner, The Collaborative Fund

 

Hosted By:

Jonathan Rowe – Chief Marketing Officer, nCino

 

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