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Articles Tagged with 'succession'
Top 10 Strategic Planning Trends
June 10, 2013
CUs can expect growing loan portfolios due to an improving economy, rising consumer confidence, and less deleveraging.
Prepare for the Brain Drain
September 13, 2012
The average age of a CU CEO is 53.4 years.
CUs Search for the Next Generation of Board Members
September 01, 2012
CUs will find it hard to compete in the future without new blood on the board.
Succession Planning: The Urgency Builds
September 01, 2012
Approximately 10,000 baby boomers will turn 65 every day for the next 18 years, reports the Pew Research Center.
Plan for Key Staff Transitions
June 22, 2012
It's important to build a compensation structure that will maintain the executive team and provide stability during a time of transition.
Four Steps to Successful Succession
June 05, 2012
In effective succession plans, two main elements work together: executive development and incentives.
Include ‘Golden Handcuffs’ with Succession Plans
May 12, 2012
Build ‘bench strength’ so your CU has a top-notch CEO in waiting.
CEO Succession Planning Can’t Wait
August 22, 2011
Planning now will help ensure you have ‘the right people on the bus’ moving forward.
Giving Good Governance
July 01, 2011
If everyone looks like you in the boardroom, your board needs a greater diversity of skills and experience.
Create a Board Succession Plan: Seven Steps
June 22, 2011
Explain that a succession plan is designed to find
directors, not weed out
Credit Union Magazine
December 2013 digital edition
League Presidents Pass the Torch
CUs Can Expect Economic Tailwinds
A Look Back With Jeff Post
Unbankable: The Noble Birth of Credit Unions
Survey: Young Credit Card Users are Better Credit Risks
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Good list of five, with room for a 6th, i.e., avoid cheerleaders as directors. When it comes time for a constructive critical thoughts to be raised by senior governance directors, cheerleaders add no value other than making themselves feel valuable because of 'feel good' fairy dust they want to sprinkle over everything said and everything done. That's not Governance, that's Cheerleading, and it requires a change of uniform and a change of title.
Great advice Barry! -Mary Ann Schlung Colorado Credit Union
I had the pleasure to attend this year conference. Josh was dynamic speaker. Love the "why" message.
Amen, Amen, Your financial well being has a lot to do with the time of your birth. I used to envie those guys at Employers Insurance who came home from WWII and stepped right into a growing economy full of opportunities. Never gave much thought tot he fact that their "opportunities" occurred because they had survived the Depression and hadn't been among those killed in action in the Great War. They wer, frankly, in short supply.
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