Banking executives need a social media presence

first_imgBeing active on social media is no longer a nice-to-have for financial services executives in today’s hyper-connected world – it is a necessity. Both customers and employees expect a more transparent and human side from company leadership.More than 75% of the top 50 highest-rated CEOs on Glassdoor are active on social media. Research by LinkedIn and Hootsuite found that executives can play a key role in using social media to enhance their firm’s reputation, attract talent, and increase sales. And according to Brandfog, consumers say seeing top executives on social makes a brand more trustworthy.Social media savvy executives – whether the CEO, CFO, CMO, or others – use social to build trust with their audience through a willingness to engage in conversations and be transparent. The example they set – as authentic, multi-dimensional leaders – inspires and empowers others in the organization to share their own expertise and engage with customers on social. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Virginia family finds nearly $1 million dollars, turns it in

first_imgA Virginia family who went out for a ride to get a breath of fresh air after being in the house due to coronavirus lockdown orders made a discovery of nearly $1 million in two bags lying in the road.According to reports, David and Emily Schantz left their Caroline County home with their children last Saturday and drove their pickup truck over to what they thought were bags of trash.They picked them up and tossed the bags in the back of their truck and kept riding, according to Emily Schantz.When the family returned to their home, they discovered the bags contained money, she said.“Inside of the bag, there were plastic baggies and they were addressed with something that said `cash vault,”‘ Schantz told WTVR.Emily Schantz immediately called the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, who arrived to their home and took the bags of cash and determined the money totaled nearly $1 million.Caroline Sheriff’s Maj. Scott Moser said authorities have since determined where the money was headed, but are still trying to figure out how it ended up in the middle of a road in Goochland County. Moser would not say specifically where the money was going.Moser said he hopes the recipients offer the Schantzes a nice reward.last_img