Kelley Himmelberg

Articles by Kelley

Relationships stand out to employees celebrating anniversaries

By Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources While meaningful work is important in a job, it’s the relationships that are crucial to building a career offering personal fulfillment and daily accomplishment. Those types of close relationships stand out to the members of the INB staff who celebrated service anniversaries for the first quarter of…
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Act on Those Resolutions

By Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources Whether you decide on New Year’s resolutions or you’re prone to goal-setting at the turn of the year, you’re probably exploring some of the common themes in which many people want to see improvement in their lives. Maybe you’re focusing on living more healthfully this year, or…
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You Can’t Live Every Experience, So Read

By: Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources Other than personal experience, which often takes years to accumulate, the simple act of reading provides a valuable opportunity to learn about a vast range of topics to drive your career, from leadership and management to business technology. At INB, we know that reading promotes leadership and…
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Onions Provide Lasting Memory of Day of Action

By Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources You learn a lot about your co-workers when you sort onions with them. You learn how fast they move. You learn how much weight they can lift. But mostly, you learn if they like onions. Fifteen INB employees recently took part in United Way’s Day of Action,…
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Welcoming New Employees to INB – a culture, not just a job!

By Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources One of the driving reasons Nick Horton (pictured here) decided to make a change from branch manager of another bank to working at INB as assistant vice president of commercial lending? “I had been told again and again that it is a fantastic work atmosphere – fun…
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Pure Fitness Performance Requires Goal-Setting

By Kelley Himmelberg VP, Director of Human Resources As a personal trainer, Jeremy Ferry, owner of Pure Performance Fitness Center in downtown Springfield, likes to focus on goals. “You can go into something with good intentions,” he says referring to working out or dieting, “but if you don’t have a goal, you’ll ultimately get discouraged.”…
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