Monthly Archives: May 2016

Required Skill: Complex Problem Solving

Required Skill: Complex Problem Solving

The World Economic Forum listed Complex Problem Solving as the top workforce skill for both 2015 and 2020, and for good reason. With continuous advances in technology that allow for greater global competition, wider networks, and an ever growing list of stakeholders, doing business in any industry, for profit or not for profit, is more […]

Introducing This Year’s Brayman-Beach Scholarship Recipient!

Introducing This Year’s Brayman-Beach Scholarship Recipient!

We are so pleased to introduce you to Taylor Finley-Ponds, a senior at East High School and this year’s recipient of the Brayman-Beach Scholarship. The Brayman-Beach Scholarship was created to support our local communities through investing in young leaders. Named in honor of two visionary leaders in the credit union movement, Susan J. Brayman and […]

Why Gratitude Matters

Why Gratitude Matters

As weird as it is to say this, “gratitude” is a bit of a buzz word right now, which is both good and bad. I think gratitude is incredibly important – to our health, our happiness and our ability to lead. Amongst other things, gratitude can… Improve our brain’s ability to solve problems and think […]