Banking in the digital age means doing more with less

Posted On September 26, 2018

During the recession about a decade ago, many banks found themselves saddled with bad debt and forced to freeze their lending. This created an opportunity for new banks to gain a foothold – smaller, more nimble institutions with fewer branches and more flexibility. One such institution was ServisFirst Bank, a Birmingham-based bank that’s now operating […]

Categories: Financial Services, Podcast, Recession Economy, What's Working with Cam Marston

Small Banks with a Large Advantage: Local and Creative

Posted On September 24, 2018

Bibb Lamar and Alex Arendall of ServisFirst Bank’ Mobile based operations discuss how small and nimble win the day. Superior customer focus and the ability to be creative in their pursuits of customers is what make this Birmingham based based bank a true success story post Great Recession. In this episode I talk to Bibb […]

Categories: Libsyn, What's Working with Cam Marston

Even today, honesty is still the best policy

Posted On September 20, 2018

In this age of instantaneous and global communication, where a lie or a bad review can travel, as they say, halfway around the world before the truth gets its boots on, how does a business control its own message? Our guest in this episode of “What’s Working with Cam Marston” is Kinnon Phillips, an accredited public […]

Categories: Advertising, Entrepreneurship, Podcast

Managing your Business’ reputation with PR expert Kinnon Phillips

Posted On September 18, 2018

We have the ability to control our business’ reputation. Whether it be building the reputation, protecting it, or repairing it. Gathering the right type of stakeholders and keeping them close is very important. So is always telling the truth and reacting quickly to anything negative from the public. And our society is a sucker for […]

Categories: Libsyn, What's Working with Cam Marston

Where is the line between religious freedom and discrimination in the workplace?

Posted On September 14, 2018

The recent case of a baker who refused service to a gay couple on religious grounds brought the issue to the forefront nationally. But there are many other less sensational everyday instances where employers might be exposing themselves to potential litigation. What if an employer likes to play religious music or display religious symbols in […]

Categories: Libsyn, What's Working with Cam Marston

Want to leave it all behind? Some millennials are.

Posted On September 14, 2018

Ever wanted to just quit your job, leave everything behind and move to an island? Most of us have, at some point, fantasized about it. According to the New York Post, however, many aren’t just daydreaming about it. They’re doing it. The Post interviewed several twenty-somethings who have quit their jobs, some of them quite […]

Categories: Generation Y / Millennials, Travel, Work

Faith in the workplace: Where do you draw the line?

Posted On September 12, 2018

Where is the line between religious freedom and discrimination in the workplace? The recent case of a baker who refused service to a gay couple on religious grounds brought the issue to the forefront nationally. But there are many other less sensational everyday instances where employers might be exposing themselves to potential litigation. What if […]

Categories: church, Podcast, Workplace

Rewarding man’s best friend with fur-ternity leave

Posted On September 6, 2018

As the largest generation currently in the workforce, millennials are changing the way the modern office looks and operates. Cubicles and offices are giving way to open floor plans and standing desks. Employers are paying more attention to work-life balance and charitable opportunities for their employees. And at least one company in Minneapolis, they’re allowing […]

Categories: Generation Y / Millennials, Workplace

Workplace Ethics with Skip Ames – How to use an ethics policy as an offensive business weapon.

Posted On September 4, 2018

Skip Ames is an attorney who studies workplace ethics, teaches them at the university level, and travels abroad to teach them to students across the world. His take on the topic is more than compelling, putting you in the middle of some tough decisions. Listen as he talks about how to make workplace ethics an […]

Categories: Libsyn, What's Working with Cam Marston

Byron Reese discusses how artificial intelligence (AI) may or may not take your job.

Posted On September 4, 2018

Might AI take your job? Maybe. It will certainly take some people’s jobs. Byron Reese holds technology patents and studies AI and its impacts on the workplace. He’s created a ten question test to determine if you’re vulnerable to losing out to a logarithm. Check out this episode!

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