Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Three Forms of Networking

The Three Forms of Networking

“If you want to become a great leader, gain the capacity to connect with colleagues and customers – at a deep level – or lower your aim.” –Susan Scott Every time I’ve talked with Credit Union Leaders who have gone through the Executive Leadership Program, CUNA Management School, or attended the World Council Meeting, and […]

Apply Now for Funding to Support Leadership Initiatives at Your Credit Union

Apply Now for Funding to Support Leadership Initiatives at Your Credit Union

A cooperative, values-based leadership approach is at the heart of the Credit Union philosophy. This truth is just one of the reasons why the Foundation was established to support the development of Credit Union leaders. For the Credit Union Movement to grow and thrive, it’s imperative that we have strong, values-based leaders at the helm today […]

You Can’t Have Ethics Without Integrity

You Can’t Have Ethics Without Integrity

I recently heard someone say that ethics are the fruit of an organization, stemming from the roots of integrity. The more I think about the statement, the more apt I feel the analogy is. Ethics are defined as “moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity.” Ethics are about what […]

Managing Distractions

Managing Distractions

Good time management is an important skill. It’s also a constant battle. I think one of the primary reasons that it’s such a challenge is the sheer amount of distractions most of us face nearly every minute of every hour of every day. According to Dr. Gloria Mark, Professor of Informatics at the University of […]