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.
NEW YORK–What is the one secret to leadership? There isn’t one (although there is one absolutely critical trait).
NEW YORK–What’s the best way to become a CEO and then be most effective when in the job?
FARMINGTON, Utah–America First Credit Union VP-Marketing Zach Winegar recently carved the largest pumpkin ever grown in the state of Utah, weighing in at 1,974 pounds. Here, Mr. Winegar shares his strategies and advice when it comes to carving mammoth pumpkins.
WASHINGTON–Credit unions that want employees who love their jobs—and better serve members—will likely need to make some changes in their work cultures, according to one new report.
CHICAGO–How do employees, and perhaps even yourself, end up in the wrong role? Is your credit union making the same mistakes as “Company X?”
LOS ANGELES–Forty-three years after walking into his first credit union—after managing a restaurant–John T. Dea, president/CEO of Los Angeles Federal Credit Union, has announced his retirement plans.
PALO ALTO, Calif.–It seems so straightforward for any leader within the credit union community: the rational way to make a tough decision is to gather all the evidence about the alternatives, analyze the pros and cons, judiciously weigh all those factors, and finally come to a sensible decision. But it doesn't always work that way.
CHICAGO–The dynamic conditions in many companies and credit unions have created ongoing scenarios where executives must transition into new leadership positions throughout their careers.
CHICAGO–“Engagement” is now almost discussed more often inside the credit union community than inside a Kay Jewelers. That includes both member “engagement” and, increasingly, employee engagement. But what is the state of "engagement?"