MADISON, Wis.— CUES announced 67 credit union executives have completed its CEO Institute executive education program.
Additionally, 30 of the graduates earned their Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designation, signifying their ongoing commitment to professional development, CUES said.
“They join the ranks of 759 credit union leaders who have also obtained their CCE, and who are recognized throughout the credit union movement as having established a standard of educational excellence,” the organization said.
A complete list of 2019 graduates can be found here.
According to CUES, the CEO Institute program was developed specifically for credit unions and offers a robust professional development experience that is ideal for CEOs who value professional development, credit union executives looking for an in-depth business education to help them reach the next level and future leaders who want to bring more strategic skills to the table.
CUES said the three-part graduate-level program takes participants through the full spectrum of leadership preparation. Each of the intensive, week-long programs is held annually at a renowned business school: CEO Institute I: Strategic Planning, at the University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Philadelphia; CEO Institute II: Organizational Effectiveness, at Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Ithaca, N.Y.; and CEO Institute III: Strategic Leadership Development, at the University of Virginia, Darden Executive Education, Charlottesville, Va.
Dates for 2020 Institutes
The dates for 2020 are:
- CEO Institute I: Strategic Planning, March 29 - April 3
- CEO Institute II: Organizational Effectiveness, April 26 - May 1
- CEO Institute III: Strategic Leadership Development, May 3 – 8
- CEO Institute III: Strategic Leadership Development Summer, August 2-7
For info: cues.org/Institutes