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2018 Insurance Conference: Get to Know Our Speakers! Leadership Summit Series 2018 Insurance Conference: Get to Know Our Speakers! For each of our FHLB Des Moines events, we strive to make them bigger and more impactful than the year before. Get to know the speakers that will be joining us for our 2018 Insurance Conference. Leadership Summit Series: Creating a Culture of Accountability Leadership Summit Series Leadership Summit Series: Creating a Culture of Accountability 2017 Leadership Summit presenter Linda Galindo discusses below how to create a culture of accountability at your organization that engages both employees and customers. Leadership Summit Series: The Substance of Expertise Leadership Summit Series Leadership Summit Series: The Substance of Expertise Recognized by the prestigious Speakers Roundtable as one of the top 20 speakers in the world, best-selling author Mark Sanborn presented at our 2nd annual Leadership Summit. Mark's insight helped pave the way for new thoughts on leadership, team building and customer service. The One Thing That Determines Success Leadership Summit Series The One Thing That Determines Success In October 2016, we held our very first Leadership Summit and were blown away by what we learned about innovation and the future of the financial industry. Below is an article from J.P Nicols, a leading voice for innovation, strategy and leadership. What's Your Talent Philosophy? Article What's Your Talent Philosophy? A talent management philosophy is important for curating and retaining a valuable workforce- something that every institution strives to do. How can you create a plan that enables your institution to attract and retain the best talent in your industry? Real Leadership Often Defies The Rules Article Real Leadership Often Defies The Rules Leading an organization, whether public, private or non-profit, requires making tough decisions.  It's just part of the job, whether it's in the job description or not.  Because as they say, it's lonely at the top.