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Be Tenaciously Confident While Leading with Charles Thybulle

Evolving to be your professional best is an intentional journey. Many leaders take on the continual development commitment with a mindset of excellence. They are determined to be receptive to feedback. They regularly test and stretch their management skills and knowledge to lead others to be productive contributors to their workplace, while encouraging them to be their best professionally. Often leaders choose to be an example of what it means to be a tenaciously confident at work and in life. Another trait of tenacious leadership is the action of reflection that keeps them being a student of life and business.

Episode 19 of the Confidence Conversation podcast features Finance Expert, Charles Thybulle. He chats about evolving to being your professional best by being tenacious. Charles has been in the financial services industry since 1998. Charles graduated from the University of Central Florida. He started as a management trainee in the consumer finance business and was promoted to District Manager, before making the transition into retail banking in 2010. He has managed multiple branches in Tampa, Memphis, and Atlanta before taking on his current executive role of Financial Wellness Relationship Manager. Charles is a wellness, education advocate that believes in the power of mentorship for his community by volunteering and participating on multiple boards of different organizations. Tune and listen to Charles share his lessons that have led him to be a respected example of being tenaciously confident at work and in the community.

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