How to Make Your Work Place More Desirable

How to Make Your Work Place More Desirable

This blog post is part of the 2016 Next Top Credit Union Executive competition originally posted October 10, 2016. Going to work five days a week is a major commitment of time and energy. From the first moment you roll out of bed and your feet...

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What it Means to Have a Millennial as CEO

What it Means to Have a Millennial as CEO

Over the past several months I have had the privilege to work with several people who are in the millennial generation who are already CEOs, becoming CEOS, or aspiring to be CEOS. There is a distinctive energetic pulse with the millennial when we are...

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Are You Willing to Step Aside?

Are You Willing to Step Aside?

First published by CUInsight.com Does the threat of not being reelected discourage incumbents from shirking their duties to be a high-performing board member or engaging in empire building with other board members and the membership at large?...

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Empty Your Cup: Time To Unlearn Entrenched Habits

Empty Your Cup: Time To Unlearn Entrenched Habits

Posted on CBInsight and CUInsight I have to pause and brag a bit because I am so amazed at what the younger generation does to advance its leadership skills. Our household has been busy the past several weeks. Five of my children test this...

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Beyond Basic Succession Planning

Beyond Basic Succession Planning

Posted on CUES Website February 2016 – Vol: 39 No. 2 by Laura Lynch Many boards undergo CEO succession planning at its most basic level, what Peter Myers, MSC, PCC, calls the “regulator satisfier” level. At this stage, there may be a document...

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Strategy or Agility: What Comes First?

Strategy or Agility: What Comes First?

Posted on CUInsight By Deedee Myers Confusing levels of strategic leadership were the focus of a post last fall, during a key season for strategic planning. Last week, strategic agility was the focus of speeches at a conference for credit union...

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There’s No Second “1st” Place

There’s No Second “1st” Place

Published in CUInsight By Deedee Myers Once the baton is dropped in the leadership race . . . your credit union is at risk. Strategic Succession Planning is a critical step to serving that purpose and mitigating unnecessary risk. If for any reason your CEO departs and...

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