Monthly Archives: December 2016

Ten of the Best Leadership Books of 2016

Ten of the Best Leadership Books of 2016

The best leaders know that the most effective leadership strategy is to never stop learning. And one of the easiest and most accessible ways to keep learning is, of course, by reading books. That’s why each year, we publish a list of some of the most insightful leadership books of the year. Of the most […]

Our Fair Share

Our Fair Share

Not for credit, not for charity, but for service. The Seven Cooperative Principles  are founded in the philosophy of cooperation and its central values of equality, equity and mutual self-help. The principles express the Credit Union philosophy that supports everything we do and sum up the reason behind our hard work and diligence: In order […]

Is Leadership About Who You Are or What You Do?

Is Leadership About Who You Are or What You Do?

I’ve written a lot about the importance that character has on leadership. Most of us, I assume, want to work for leaders of good character. Likewise, if we are in a leadership role, we want others to identify us as being leaders of good character. And while there’s little doubt that qualities such as honesty […]