The Mountain West Credit Union Foundation is delighted to announce Charlie Emanuel of Premier Members Credit Union as this year’s recipient of the Credit Union Master’s Scholarship.
“People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed.” – Dr. Samuel Johnson It should go without saying that leadership development cannot happen without ongoing feedback – specifically, feedback about one’s actions and behaviors and the impact those actions and behaviors are having, or are likely to have, on others. Because leadership […]
Behavior patterns are a funny thing – they are probably largely responsible for your current successes while simultaneously blocking your full potential. Here’s a very loose interpretation of how this might work: You receive a long-awaited promotion and bring all the knowledge and expertise you’ve gained over the years to your new role. You also […]
How much of our time is taken up by mere distractions? In July, Harvard Business Reviewpublished a 12-year study of the daily routines of CEOs. The report revealed that those who were most effective managed to preserve their decision-making for that which would truly matter most. They are excellent at outsourcing things that don’t absolutely […]
Canvas Credit Union (formerly Public Service Credit Union) was awarded the Foundation’s Leadership in Action Grant earlier this year, affording them the opportunity to create a program they’ve titled Leading with Purpose. At its core, the program seeks to help employees connect their work to the unique intrinsic drivers that motivate them to achieve more and be […]