Monthly Archives: August 2017

Setting Priorities

Setting Priorities

One of the biggest requirements of leadership today is knowing how to be effective in an environment of competing priorities and continuously growing demands. The challenge of balancing competing priorities can leave the best of us overwhelmed and exhausted. This has, perhaps, always been true. But, I can’t help but think that technology has made […]

How Well Do You Ask Questions?

How Well Do You Ask Questions?

“The quality of our questions determines the quality of our lives.” – Tony Robbins As leaders, it’s easy to feel like part of our job is to have the right answers, when it’s probably more important to have the right questions. Even though “Question Asking 101” won’t be found on the curriculum list of any […]

This Year’s World Conference May Be Over, But Its Impact Lives On

This Year’s World Conference May Be Over, But Its Impact Lives On

For the past few years, the Gary Plank Scholarship has allowed the Foundation to send four professionals to the World Credit Union Conference. Amongst other factors, the recipients were selected based on a demonstrated commitment to the credit union cooperative model and to further development within the international credit union system. This year’s conference was held in Vienna, […]

Young Credit Union Professionals Making A Difference In Wyoming

Young Credit Union Professionals Making A Difference In Wyoming

Ten thousand people in the United States are turning sixty-five every day.  Thirty-seven percent of senior’s report that they are currently being pitched by people soliciting them for money.  Retired Americans have an estimated $15 trillion of investible income and about $3 billion a year transfers hands to criminals because of fraud and exploitation.  Because […]