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"In 2005, Norway Savings Bank began a 3 year project with Ralph Twombly and Priority Learning to help us identify and implement the type of culture we, as employees, wanted for the bank. It was overwhelmingly determined that we wanted a culture of achievement and support. Following several meetings to understand our goals, Ralph worked with the Cultural Steering Committee and bank employees to gather their ideas and thoughts as to how to implement our culture of choice. He has been very helpful to and supportive of the bank's culture crews in helping to firmly establish the culture of choice. The new culture has been a tremendous success and we feel it plays a major part in Norway Savings Bank having been named the Best Place to Work in Maine in 2008."
Robert Harmon
Norway Savings Bank

The Leadership Maker

By Ralph Twombly

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    Let’s be clear here about communication methods for leaders. Face-to-face communication is best. Not just best, it is best by a mile. A phone conversation is next best, but it is no substitute for face-to-face connection.

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