Management

Anatomy of a 'Fix'

November 23, 2009
Daniel A. Mica How things get done in Washington—and who deserves the credit. This is a political story about how things get done in Washington—and who deserves the credit. It’s also a story about the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the leagues, and credit unions—and how the credit union movement’s... READ MORE

Augustine Kang: Father of the Asian CU Movement

November 23, 2009
‘The purpose of CUs is to liberate people.’ Those who knew Augustine Kang during his decades of service to credit unions report he was a transforming figure. Some say he was a key 20th-century historical leader of the international credit union movement. Others describe Kang as “a man of the... READ MORE

Maintain a Learning Mindset

November 23, 2009
The ultimate goal in the eyes of many business leaders is that their organization would be a learning organization—constantly growing and investing in being creative and innovative to achieve great business results. That’s the opinion of Maria O’Donoghue, director of global learning and development at the Global Talent Management Centre... READ MORE

Opportunity of a Lifetime

November 23, 2009
Steve Rodgers, editor in chief Large banks’ unconscionable practices set the competitive stage for CUs. It’s too bad we’re so focused on earnings because we’re missing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. That was the opinion of a credit union CEO I spoke with at the National Credit Union Roundtable last spring. He... READ MORE

Special Report: U.S. Economic Outlook

November 20, 2009
CUNA Senior Economist Steve Rick The unthinkable has become routine, Credit Union National Association Senior Economist Steve Rick maintains during a Credit Union Magazine Webinar . Such events have a major impact on the economy and credit unions, he says, namely: The events of Sept. 11; The financial meltdown on... READ MORE

'Supplementals' Boost Resumes' Appeal

November 09, 2009
By Nancy Keene In a tight market, why not go beyond the traditional two-page resume to showcase your background and the kind of deliverables you could bring to a new position? Resume “supplementals” provide a key advantage. Consider: * News articles about projects and initiatives; * “ Dashboard” metrics you... READ MORE

Training: Develop a Formal Needs Analysis

October 27, 2009
One tool to gauge whether your credit union’s staff training programs are on the mark is the training needs analysis (TNA), according to “Conducting a Training Needs Analysis for Your Credit Union,” a new white paper from the CUNA Human Resources/Training & Development Council . Such an analysis can help... READ MORE

Ten Meeting Pitfalls—and How to Fix Them

October 27, 2009
Meetings can be important team-building, productive, idea-generating opportunities. Or they can be a soul-crushing waste of time. Achieving the former and avoiding the latter involves avoiding these 10 pitfalls, says Kimberly Douglas, president of Atlanta-based [FireFly Facilitation] (fireflyfacilitation.com) and author of “The Firefly Effect: Build Teams That Capture Creativity and... READ MORE

Spotlight: Amy Stanton, Connex CU

October 27, 2009
Who : Amy Stanton What : Assistant vice president of marketing Where : Connex CU , North Haven, Conn. Why is the CU movement exciting? Credit unions offer a better choice for personal financial services. A lot of us work extremely hard to help consumers understand the difference between credit... READ MORE

Indemnification: What Every CU Director Should Know

October 27, 2009
By John Wallace Volunteer boards of directors have been a pillar of the U.S. credit union movement for 100 years. But in today’s increasingly litigious society, more directors find themselves the targets of lawsuits—possibly putting their personal assets at risk. To offset this trend, numerous laws allow for indemnification of... READ MORE

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