CHICAGO–From the simplest of issues to the most complex, often misunderstandings within a credit union both stem from the same failure: lack of effective communication.
CHICAGO–How does nearly every executive react when rated poorly on “fairness” as part of a 360 Leadership Development Assessment? With disagreement or astonishment, according to executive leadership expert Peter Barron Stark
CHICAGO–Young credit union professionals are often advised to seek out mentors and to network help their careers, but that can be a challenge in a smaller or even mid-size CU. So where does one turn?
NEW YORK–Have big plans to develop your leadership skills in 2018, but no budget to do so? Here is some (free) help.
CHICAGO–Elon Musk has been recognized as one of the world’s most popular and successful entrepreneurs. And according to one person, a recent email Musk sent to employees sums up why he is successful leader.
DUBLIN, Ohio–Becky Howell, MedPro Division CEO of Ohio HealthCare FCU, shares thoughts as she retires following a 38-year career in credit unions.
NEW YORK–“Teams” are often referenced within the credit union community, but what makes a team optimal? There are five key dynamics that drive optimal teams, according to research by Google.
Looking for something to purchase as a gift for someone this holiday season, or for your own reading list in 2018? Here are Bill Gates’ five favorites for 2017, according to BusinessInsider.com.
LONDON–Good news: good leadership behaviors are highly contagious. Bad news: so are bad leadership behaviors.
TULSA, Okla.–People arrive at credit unions after following a variety of paths. For Dan Bowling, a bust in the oil industry played more than three decades ago. Here's how he got to CUs, and what he's learned.