Category Archives: Blog

Choice: Taking Risks or Playing it Safe?

This blog post is part of the 2014 Next Top Credit Union Executive competition originally posted July 1, 2014. Credit unions are prime for the next generation of leaders who move with agility, flexibility, and a strong commitment to what they care … Continue reading

A Judge’s Perspective – Writing Your Blog

This blog post is part of the 2014 Next Top Credit Union Executive competition originally posted August 14, 2014. The top 15 are writing their blogs this weekend, and here is a quick peek at the judges’ perspective. Some contestants say that … Continue reading

Sharing Your Message on Stage

This blog post is part of the 2013 Next Top Credit Union Exec competition originally posted November 1, 2013. The Next Top Credit Union Executive presentations are around the corner. I look forward to meeting all of you and hearing about your … Continue reading

Your Gravitational Pull

This blog post is part of the 2013 Next Top Credit Union Exec competition originally posted June 12, 2013. Last week I sat in a science class with my four* soon-to-be-5th graders. There are 15 children in this summer class and the … Continue reading

The Nomination Investment

This blog post is part of the 2013 Next Top Credit Union Exec competition originally posted June 5, 2013. In a previous blog post, I suggested that every credit should nominate someone for the CUES Next Top Credit Union Executive competition. This week, … Continue reading

Identifying and Nominating Talent

This blog post is part of the 2013 Next Top Credit Union Exec competition originally posted May 29, 2013. Talent is the capacity for achievement and we all have it! How we use our talent is an individual choice, sometimes conscious … Continue reading

DDJ Myers Welcomes Michael Sessions, PhD, to Team

CUES Partners with DDJ Myers to Build High Performing Credit Unions

Nine Questions to Help You Build a Better Board Succession Plan

Mike Sessions, Ph.D.                                                                            … Continue reading

Learning and Choice

Last night, I returned from 9 days of learning and participation at Fielding Graduate University.  My mind is fuller than it was when I left, and my heart is compelled to stay on the learning path.  Provost Katrina Rogers discussed … Continue reading