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    CAPITAL ONE UNIVERSITY Capital One’s internal professional development Classes completed in 2015. • Regulatory and Compliance classes: o Anti-Money Laundering o Code of Business Conduct & Ethics o UDAAP(Unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts and practices) General Awareness o Privacy o Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) General Awareness o Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) General Awareness • Business Process Management (BPM) Certification Course - I am currently completing the project needed to obtain my BPM certification. • Developing Your Personal Brand • Communication Skills for Non-Exempt Associates • How to Handle Difficult People • Introduction to Agile - A methodology where solutions evolve through collaboration with other teams and departments. • Managing Projects and Priorities • Essentials of Communication and Collaboration • Coaching for Change and Resilience PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS MISSION AWARD WINNER March 2015 Capital One’s monthly award recognizing individuals who went above and beyond to advocate on the customer’s behalf. ROAR AWARD 2014 Quarter 1, Quarter 2, and Quarter…

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    According to the president of commercial banking, Michael C. Slocum, the competitive landscape for commercial and industrial lending is Capital One’s biggest external challenge. The low-interest rate environment of recent years, coupled with the overabundance of investment capital (from banks and non-banks alike), has become a long-term feature of the marketplace. This environment has resulted in a relative shift in bargaining power from lenders to borrowers in the middle market. One of the…

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    When I started my first corporate job at Capital One, I had so many concerns that I would not have any special value to offer the company. After a few months in the role, I became a mentor to our new hires and learned that I could have a voice in this corporate world. During monthly meetings with my mentees, I realized that majority of them were not able to identify and accurately monitor all of their performance metrics after training. I thought back to what my experience was like when I first…

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    Google and Capital One On the Fortune website, the two companies I picked out of the list of 100 are Google (Google, http://fortune.com/best-companies/google/) and Capital One (Capital One, http://fortune.com/best-companies/capital-one-financial-corporation/). Google on this list is ranked #1 and Capital One is ranked #17. Both companies give employees great benefits and that’s partially what makes them both great companies to work for because they care for and maintain a healthy…

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    Company that didn’t hire me a year prior. I was given the opportunity to talk to, as well as learn from, Nate Martinson, a sales coach at Capital One, here in Saint Cloud. I was referred to Nate from Becky Shand, my Strategic Customer Service instructor. Nate was one of her past students. Capital One hadn’t initially crossed my mind as a first choice for this assignment, which is why I’m glad I was able to learn more about the company. The only experience I had before with Capital One, was an…

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    founder of the company, Richard Fairbank ,believed that technology and information can be powerful together to deliver superior financial services. The company had success in early years with their information technologies. Capital One’s main focus was issuing credit cards. They entered the Canadian market and they achieved huge success because of availability of credits and low interest rates. Customers divided to three different segments base on their default risks. They were Sub-Prime,…

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    with Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations, bourgeois political economists have theorized that the value is a function of a worker’s labor. In Capital Volume One, Karl Marx illuminates this idea and adds nuances to it, explaining underlying relationships between labor and value. Namely, Marx introduces the concept of socially necessary labor-time and uses it as a point of departure for considering the links between labor, value, and material wealth. In Capital, Marx elucidates the intrinsic role of…

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    understand the capital formation and functional representation theory. This will be vital in providing a comprehensive and an in depth understanding of the objectives that the current study strives to satisfy. This is an economic paradigm, which primarily involves or accounts for the net additions of capital stocks including buildings and equipment. Capital stock in a nation is usually used in line with labor to produce goods and provide essential services. According to Armey and Kibbe (2011),…

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    this the theme of survival permeates every aspect of our being, which is inclusive of not only life-sustaining resources like food and shelter, but of the perceived necessities of present day luxuries. Growing up in such a culture, which states the so-called need for certain things has lead the sustaining populous to gain hedonic adaptation, and therefore diminishing returns on an individual’s overall happiness. As a result of this, certain measures need to be taken to rectify this. The…

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    Gary Becker Research Paper

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    book contained the first active effort to discus the effects of attitudes against earnings employment and occupations of minorities. It was positively reviewed in a few important journals but not initially. The different departs of economics and social science(psychology and sociology) did not believe that he was contributing to both of their fields part from Lewis, Scholtz, Friedman and others that were part of the Chicago School who did understand the books importance. (Nobel Autobiography)…

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