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The Mettise Group: Client Profile Andrew Gipson
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Breaking Up is Hard to Do
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The Mettise Group: Client Profile Alice Young

There is a difference between a house and a home. A house is a structure that provides shelter. It has the right number of bedrooms and baths, check off walk-in closets and two car garage. But home is much different. A home is the center of the family, the repository of our history, the foothold […]

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Interview with Joey Root – First Liberty Bank

How did First Liberty Bank start? In 2005, I left Stillwater National Bank with the dream of founding First Liberty Bank. I brought on three other founders – Barry Switzer, Hunter Miller, and Toby Keith. I surrounded myself with an incredible and visionary leadership team of Sandy Bracken (CFO), Tammie Garrison (Treasury Services) and Tammy […]

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The Mettise Group: Client Profile Hilarie Blaney

Hilarie is a Senior Vice President with BancFirst. Her clients include high net worth individuals, businesses, commercial and consumer real estate. Her expertise includes advising medical students, seasoned physicians, small businesses and large corporations in all facets of money management. In addition to her banking expertise, Hilarie holds certifications from The Protocol School of Washington® in […]

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The Mettise Group: Client Profile Diana Wall

The Mettise Group’s Posse and Tribe is in its 10th year and the largest peer advisory network in the region. Recommended by current members, the Posse and Tribe is made up of CEO’s, Entrepreneurs and Civic Leaders recognized for their accomplishments, skills, authenticity and commitment to be part of a community that “has each other’s […]

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Interview with Laura Fleet – SendaRide

By: Sherry L. Dale, CPA – Partner, The Mettise Group What is SendaRide and how did it start? The transportation barrier – a significant hurdle to accessing health care. Annually, seven million people do not receive medical care because they don’t have transportation to the hospital or doctor’s office. In addition, 43 million Americans care […]

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Human Resources
How to Make the Annual Review Process Less Painful and More Productive

It’s that time of year again that is hated by both employees and managers alike – the dreaded annual review process. No one likes them, and everyone fears them. Talk to each other about performance? That’s crazy talk. Or is it? Reviews should be participatory meetings and that include goal setting for the New Year. […]

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Labor Law Poster Compliance

Labor Law Poster Compliance Is your business labor law poster compliant? Do you have the most up-to-date state and federal labor law posters? Are they displayed in a common area where employees gather? Click this link for more information on state and federal poster requirements. https://www.ok.gov/oesc_web/Services/Employment_&_Training/Labor_Law_Posters.html If this is all Greek to you, we’re here […]

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Leadership
#IHateHarrassmentTraining

The proliferation of the #metoo hashtag has left many executives with their stomachs in knots. Even as we shared our own stories of inappropriate behavior at work – and we all have them – we also silently wondered if we’ve done enough to combat similar situations in our own organizations. Our greatest fear being that […]

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