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Casting Your Board’s Strategic Vision

Strategic planning should consist of ‘less numbers and more ideas.’
Understanding the board's three distinct roles is critical as you define and refine your strategic process.
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Measure the Success of Employee Retirement Plans

Ineffective plans negatively affect employees and your CU’s operations.
Help employees prepare for a comfortable existence in their golden years.
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Metsger: CU Directors Are the System’s ‘First Line of Defense’

Internal fraud is a continuing problem, especially at small CUs.
Be aware of several red flags that point to possible fraud.
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Self-Study Development Opportunities for Volunteers

CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program (VAP) self-study courses explore important topics.
CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program (VAP) self-study courses teach the philosophical and financial topics that board members and other volunteers need to know.
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Synergy Separates Great Boards from Good Boards

Directors’ collaborative capabilities matter as much as their individual abilities.
To create a strong board, foster a series of meaningful intangibles that can create synergy.
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Build a Better Board

A variety of skills and viewpoints can give your board a fresh perspective.
CUs find new board talent by implementing term limits, leveraging board committees, and reaching out to community leaders.
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Build Enduring Greatness on Your Board

Use these four strategies to ensure your CU stays relevant to members today and tomorrow.
Directors with forward-looking viewpoints position them as strategic partners with their CEOs.
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Cultivate an Effective CEO Evaluation Process

Ask these questions to determine whether your CU boasts a well-rounded leader.
Six measures to gauge your CEO's performance.
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Boards Take the Lead with ERM

Enterprise risk management is a governance tool.
What's the board's role in risk management?
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Five Types of Board Members To Avoid

You don't want these folks on your team, say Jack and Suzy Welch.
A bad director or three can break the board.
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