CHICAGO–Within the credit union community there is often talk of the value of mentoring: but who mentors the mentors?
PALO ALTO, Calif.–Elon Musk, the entrepreneur behind Tesla and Space X, attributes much of his success to reading a lot of books, including these favorites.
PLANO, Texas– For credit unions to succeed, leaders should be curious about everything, according to one person who will soon be addressing credit unions.
SAN JOSE, Calif.–You never know who is going to eat your lunch, but if you can always keep that in mind while mastering three areas of leadership, success will follow, according to Bob Dougherty.
WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn.–After 26 years leading the organization 360 Federal Credit Union, Robert L. Arrest has announced his retirement, but not before sharing with other credit unions his perspective, lessons learned, and more from his career.
LOMBARD, Ill.–David Irwin, the new president of Raddon, has led organizations across a spectrum of industries and roles, and draws upon his diverse experiences to share CUToday.info readers his insights on how CU leaders can better absorb the torrent of information around them, what they should really make of the fintech "threat," plus more.
NEW YORK–You should already know the good work habits. But what about the bad? Here's a list of those bad habits, and how to avoid them.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A long-time credit union CEO who retired and now works for a firm that helps CUs renegotiate contracts to save money, is sharing his interesting vision on the CU movement now that he has a new perspective.
CHICAGO–What’s left to say about Millennials in the workplace that hasn’t already been said? There’s still one big issue emerging that many haven’t addressed, according to one person: Communication skills.
NEW YORK–The new debate: open floor plan or private offices? The answer is clear, says one person--and one big study.