Farewell to a Great Corporate University

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Tomorrow on 5.22.2009, Provident Bank will cease to exist. It was founded in 1886, but has now been acquired by another bank. With the end of Provident Bank, so ends a fantastic corporate university, the University of Provident.

The University of Provident is the absolute best training department that I have seen. And I am truly honored to have been a part of it. In this short post I will not be able to do justice to the high quality of training produced, but I will try. The University was a compilation of extremely talented trainers, managers and LMS administrator whose priority was sound instructional design, quality facilitation and assuring that the learners’ needs were met. The incredibly high level of skill and talent among the team was not chance. I afford this to a combination of great leadership, mentorship, partnership among the team, and sincere caring about our audience who desired to be the best bankers in the industry.

So, I say thank you for giving me the honor of being a part of this incredible team of trainers and leaders. And thank you to Provident Bank staff who were so eager to learn.

And a big thank you to our fearless leader (TB), who established the corporate university and did not only lead, but mentored.

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2 responses to “Farewell to a Great Corporate University”

  1. Dawn Lotman says :

    You are the best. Thank you so much for the kind words. You truly made that experience the best. Good Luck to you with that other bank LOL 🙂

  2. Jeff says :

    Thanks! And good luck to you. Some lucky company is going to get one heck of a trainer.

    And don’t forget to stay in touch, even if I am working for that other bank.

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