Guided by a Vision: TFB’s Corporate Focus

A vision statement is a road map; a course of action by which a company chooses to grow. It should be all encompassing, covering how present business is conducted, as well as how the company sees itself in the future. Recently, TFB came under new leadership, and President & CEO Marc Bogan announced a new corporate vision:

“The Fauquier Bank seeks Excellence through an Engaged and Empowered Team, building valued Relationships with our Customers and Community.”

 The foundation of this new vision are five corporate values:

  • Excellence
  • Engagement
  • Empowerment
  • Teamwork
  • Relationships

Over the next five months, we will go into further detail about each value, highlighting Mr. Bogan’s thoughts and providing examples of how our employees are truly living the vision.

Today’s value is Excellence.

 At The Fauquier Bank, employees strive for excellence in every aspect of their work day. “Achieving excellence in our jobs begins with an attitude of excellence and it carries over into everyone’s job performance,” says Bogan, “I have never known a great performer with a bad attitude.” As a community bank, we pride ourselves on our people. They are what make The Fauquier Bank work. TFB Employees, both long-tenured and brand new, come to work with a desire to assist customers and colleagues to the absolute best of their abilities.

In the words of Aristotle, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” TFB aims to repeatedly offer the best in banking by striving for excellence every single day – exceeding the expectations of both our customers and our workplace.

TFB thanks our customers and employees for our continued success, as shown through our recent awards from Lifestyle Magazine for Best Bank and Best Financial Advisor in Warrenton.

best of warrenton

TFB


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