Tom Chulick, President and CEO of the St Louis Regional Chamber, shares how those in leadership don’t have to have all the answers, how taking risk is a must, and how not being afraid of failure is essential to becoming the leader you need to be – for yourself and your organization.
Bio: Recognized for Operational Excellence and Risk & Governance, Tom Chulick is a tenured Chairman, CEO, and President with strong financial services and banking industry leadership. After an exemplary career, Tom retired in 2017 from UMB Bank (NASDAQ: UMBF) after growing the St. Louis Region by over 570% over the last 10 years and earning the company’s top Leadership Award.
With a successful career spanning 25 years in commercial banking, brokerage, trading, investment management, institutional asset management, wealth management, retirement and treasury services, Tom has led change and operational efficiency in each company he’s been a part of. Tom practices calibrating strategy and risk as a formula for long term sustained success. He is accomplished in setting vision, creating strategic plans, aligning resources, defining processes and executing plans for outsized growth and earnings.
Tom’s Something Extra: Listen and ask the right kind of questions; Understand attributes, skills, and experience
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