CETNET Interviews: DDJ Myers Peter Myers and MAX CU’s Lynette Cupps Recollect the NTCUE Training Process

DDJ Myers Peter Myers and Next Top Credit Union Exec winner/MAX Credit Union VP Organizational Development Lynette Cupps joined us in the Studio Lounge to share a behind-the-scenes look at how the NTCUE contestants train for their competition each year. Lynette provides a some examples of how she prepared and executed her videos and presentations, as well as Peter adding how he and his DDJ Myers team guided each of them as finalists. Pretty cool stuff here, setting the stage for these folks to excel in their careers.

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Talent: Developing & Leveraging Your Most Valuable Asset

Tammy Heikkinen and Peter Myers, SVP of DDJ Myers, outline the transformational practices that MCCU has implemented to enable its human capital to become its most valued and leveraged asset. This webinar will cover the best-practices approach to develop executive and mid-level talent to meet the needs of tomorrow’s strategic priorities.

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3 Ways To Get Your Board Unstuck in 2018

Boards are in a time and place of immense opportunities and challenges. How they think, behave, produce, coordinate, and build a relationship with the CEO in the past no longer works for the future. This informative podcast features the research that creates sustainable and replicable successful board dynamics and processes.

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It’s Critical to Invest in Your Emerging Leaders Today

Join Devon Lyon, Director of Education for NAFCU, and expert presenter Peter Myers, Senior Vice President for DDJ Myers, as they discuss why developing the next generation of leaders and establishing a leadership program plays an integral part of strategic succession planning and talent management strategy for credit unions.

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The Missing Link in Strategic Execution: Developing Mid-Level Leaders

This white paper outlines DDJ Myers’ approach to developing the talents of mid-level contributors and managers to become strategic players in their organizations. The award-winning Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) empowers and engages participants to enhance their competencies, strategic orientation, and productive relationships with peers, executives, and staff.

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Shawn Gilfedder Named as Kitsap Credit Union President/CEO

The Kitsap Credit Union (KCU) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Shawn Gilfedder will join the organization as its new President & CEO, effective October 1, 2018. Shawn comes to KCU after more than a decade of service as President & CEO of McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union (MHFCU), headquartered in East Windsor, New Jersey.

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Where To Find Your Next Superstar Employee

Every chief executive officer (CEO) wants superstars in his or her company. Superstars are high performers, innovative, creative, and they deliver outstanding results. Superstars are highly sought-after performers who make their managers look great.

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Leadership Matters: Orienting Mid-Level Leaders To Strategy

What would happen if they knew how to connect every project to the organization’s overall purpose? Being promoted is often thought of as an opportunity to work exclusively from the proverbial 30,000-foot view. Yet, as many executives know, a new title doesn’t make you a strategist.

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Why Your Title Does Not Define You As A Leader

It is Saturday morning and career coaching time. One of my favorite questions to ask a client is, “What’s next for you?” A multitude of responses include, “I have more potential to leverage,” “not sure—I am exploring,” “my career has been great, but I am not sure what is next—I feel a bit uncertain,” or “my career has progressed every three to five years, and it is time for me to be CEO (COO, SVP, or VP).”

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How (Personal) Accountability Drives Empowerment

Holding oneself accountable is more than a slogan or bumper sticker. A fundamental tenet extraordinary leaders embrace is that the degree to which they hold themselves accountable dictates the extent of their empowerment and ability to effect positive change. When this perspective is primary, it forwards actions and builds trust. When it’s absent, it not only feeds a blame game but narrows executives’ perspectives about how to make an impact.

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