Shifting Your Career from Management to Leadership

Broadcast date: Wednesday, October 7, 2020

We’re discussing the central characteristics in executives that have transitioned from being tactically effective to strategically impactful, and shedding light on what it takes to enact a strategic perspective to create meaningful and long-lasting change.

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CEO Performance Evaluation Best Practices

Broadcast date: Thursday, December 3, 2020

The most important singular decision a board makes is hiring the best possible CEO to fulfill the organization’s objectives. However, discovering shared priorities, normalizing the rhythm of coordination, and effectively evaluating the CEO’s ongoing performance can feel like a full-time job—especially for a volunteer board!

Best practices will be highlighted for boards to implement a performance evaluation method that is substantive in content, rigorous in evaluation, and encourages improvement and alignment on the most important priorities.

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If You’re Ready To Be CEO, It Will Show, Plus A Lot More On CEO Succession For Both Boards And Candidates

Broadcast date: Thursday, December 3, 2020

What does it mean to be CEO-ready? How can candidates know when they’re ready? How can boards know a candidate is ready for the top slot?

Some key things candidates should have if they’re really ready to lead an organization include a deep understanding of cross-functional leadership, solid knowledge of the business and how to work with people; and experience with effective board governance, explains Deedee Myers, Ph.D., MSC, PCC, president/CEO of DDJ Myers Inc., a CUESolutions provider based in Phoenix.

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CEO Performance Evaluation: Best Practices

Broadcast date: Thursday, December 5, 2019

Presenters:  Deedee Myers, Phd, MSA, PCC, Peter Myers, MSC, PC

The most important singular decision a board makes is hiring the best possible CEO to fulfill the organization’s objectives. However, discovering shared priorities, normalizing the rhythm of coordination, and effectively evaluating the CEO’s ongoing performance can feel like a full-time job—especially for a volunteer board!

 

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The CUInsight Experience podcast: Deedee Myers – Why not?

Broadcast date: Monday, October 19, 2020

by RANDALL SMITHCUINSIGHT.COM

“Professionals have coaches, amateurs do not.” – Deedee Myers

My guest on this episode is Deedee Myers, Founder, and CEO of DDJ Myers. We talk about leadership lessons learned, the value of coaching, what it takes to be a good leader. We spend a lot of time making sure that we, as individuals and credit unions, are asking the right questions and the next generation of leaders that will take over when it’s time to pass the baton. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Deedee.

Deedee shares her knowledge on keeping her team together during the pandemic and how she has grown as a leader during these challenging times. Deedee believes that current leaders need to make sure the next generation of leaders are ready to step up and tackle some of the challenges credit unions face today and potential obscurities that arise in the future.

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