Monthly Archives: September 2018

An Inside Peak into the Mountain West Leadership Institute

An Inside Peak into the Mountain West Leadership Institute

We’d like to introduce you to Sarah Holt, Director of Human Resources and Training for Pima Federal Credit Union in Arizona. Sarah is one of this year’s Leadership Institute Students, on track to graduate from the program this October. The Leadership Institute was created to support the growth of Credit Union leaders through an intensive yearlong program […]

The Impact of Authenticity

The Impact of Authenticity

What is authentic leadership? Authentic leaders have a deep understanding of their personal values and ethical principles, and are self-aware enough to recognize their own strengths and weaknesses. Instead of being easily pulled by impulse and trends, authentic leaders are guided by their own internal compass – a compass based on integrity, created from curious […]

An Insightful Conversation with the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Western CUNA Management School

An Insightful Conversation with the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Western CUNA Management School

Western CUNA Management School is a highly concentrated academic training that occurs over three yearly two-week terms. The program’s central focus is on effectively preparing promising leaders for tomorrow’s challenges and provide them with the tools they need to pursue their passion for serving members. Packed with exercises that promote the organization of ideas and collaborative problem […]

Mistakes Are Unavoidable

Mistakes Are Unavoidable

So, we might as well use them to create opportunities. A couple of years ago, researchers at Deloitte surveyed professionals from 1,300 organizations and 120 countries with the intention of gaining a more comprehensive understanding of stress at work. A whopping 82% of the 23,000 people surveyed said the top cause of stress at work was […]