DDJ Myers SVP Peter Myers visited the Studio Lounge amongst the conference activities and shared his expertise on evaluating the strategic conversation that leads to actionable results. It’s a topic that occurs often between Board and CEO and Peter helps us navigate the course to ensure a productive and transparent discussion takes place for continued success down the road.
DDJ Myers CEO Deedee Myers stopped by the Studio Lounge with yet another thought provoking topic on how credit union Boards can properly onboard their new CEOs, as there is a lot of this going on today. Deedee takes us through the proper steps to a successful CEO onboarding process, as well as suggesting this practice should occur every one-to-two years to ensure everybody is on the same page and moving forward.
DDJ Myers Peter Myers stopped by the Studio Lounge to discuss a very timely topic: “Ideas to Execution: How to Stay Aligned During the Process.” Check it out and let us know your thoughts, as many ideas — especially digital — are brought to the table these days credit union land. How does your organization stay aligned to bring them to fruition? Peter fill us in.
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.
DDJ Myers Vice President, Integrated Performance Systems Tim Tolliver stopped by the Studio Lounge to discuss a growing topic in our industry: neurobiology and leadership. A super fascinating topic that you’ll be hearing more and more about — especially as the leadership transition in our industry continues to heat up.