You may now officially stop looking.
It’s a day that songs, clichés and poets all say isn’t supposed to arrive, yet for one group of innovative credit unions, “Tomorrow” more than arrived, it lasted for two-and-a-half terrific, idea-sharing, best-practice-learning, growth-oriented, exciting days.
It’s common for prosecutors to say of someone charged with embezzlement from a company or credit union that they used a business as their own “personal cookie jar.”
Well, now you’ve really gone and done it this time, credit unions.
The announcement had come as a big surprise.
It’s seems inevitable this week. Skies full of flying pigs. Ice skating on the ponds of Hell. And a 32ndday tacked on to the end of this month, and maybe even a 33rd.
How nervous are your direct reports to ever make a mistake? What is your reaction? Does your credit union or organization prefer to avoid innovation rather than have a failure?
Joining lunch buffet lines and vendor hall putting contests in the Pantheon of CU conference must-haves is the anthem sung by every attendee about exceptional member service.
Just in time for independence day, credit union members have been given more rights in their respective democracies.