THE corner

NEW YORK—It is the “quiet” aspect of leadership that can be among the most challenging, but it is consistent core values that pay the greatest ongoing dividends. Those observations and others are shared by Kam Wong, president and CEO of the $2.1-billion Municipal Credit Union, New York, in’s “The Corner.

OMAHA, Neb.—Leadership isn’t about having power, it’s far more about certain relationship traits. That observation and others are shared below by Kate Knudsen, who offers her thoughts on leadership and management as part of’s The Corner.

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-Perhaps the most difficult thing about leadership is that leaders never know when they will be called on stage. And then when called upon, the leadership required might not be popular, said Debbie Wood, general manager-Marketing and Industry Research with Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. Below, Ms. Wood shares her insights as part of’s “The Corner.”

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y.—Business needs to be intentional and purposeful. That thought continues to guide the thinking of Robert O’Hara, VP-strategic alliances with Groovecar, who also finds a principal espoused by Sir Richard Branson to be the foundation for his management philosophy

ARLINGTON, Texas--Jim Minge is CEO and President of Texas Trust Credit Union in Arlington, Texas. Below, Mr. Minge shares his thoughts on leadership, management and lessons learned as part of’s “The Corner.”

PLEASANTON, Calif.—Leaders must carry the message. That’s just one piece of advice being shared by Erin Mendez, president/CEO of Patelco Credit Union. Below, Ms. Mendez offers her insights on leadership and management, along with some lessons learned, as part of’s “The Corner.”

Mark Sievewright is president of Fiserv Credit Union Solutions. Below, Mr. Sievewright shares his thoughts on leadership and management as part of’s The Corner.

RAPID CITY, S.C.—Phillip Love is president/CEO of Midwest Business Solutions, a CUSO that provides underwriting and portfolio management services for commercial and agricultural loans through credit unions in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and parts of Montana, Minnesota, Wyoming, and Iowa. Below, Mr. Love shares his perspective on leadership and management as part of’s The Corner.