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Set Up New Hires for Success: Seven Steps

One in five employees will leave within the first year.
The faster you engage new employees, the quicker they’ll contribute.
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Fearless Leading

Leadership lessons from Sir Ernest Shackleton.
The days of ‘command and control’ style of leadership are over.
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Four Must-Have Job Skills for 2013

Employers will remain cautious about the workforce this year, forcing employees to step up their game.
Clear communications, personal branding, flexibility and productivity are key skills.
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The Six Must-Have Skills for Compliance Officers

CUs must buy, build or partner to meet regulatory compliance needs.
'The role of the compliance officer is changing and finding staff with the right skills is a higher priority than ever before.'
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Advice for Tomorrow’s Leaders  

Cultivate good interpersonal skills, and know the right questions to ask.
The path to excellent leadership often includes some form of executive training. Among the options for training is CUNA Management School.
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Multitasking Employees

Recession-induced cost-cutting has resulted in leaner staffs and 'universal' employees.
The Great Recession left indelible marks on nearly all aspects of CU operations—and staff.
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Six Jobs You Won't Recognize in 10 Years

As CUs evolve, so must staff.
The evolution in CU jobs is driven by a host of factors, including technology, member preferences, costs, and competition.
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Play Every Day

Tips on how to take leadership to the next level.
Asking Ron Burniske how he keeps his leadership skills sharp is like asking how baseball players keep their hitting skills sharp.
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Taking Leadership to the Next Level

Don’t check out or rest on your laurels.
Learning to lead isn't a finite process, say credit union CEOs. It's a lifelong quest.
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What Skills Will IT Staff Need Most in the Future?

Technologists need a blend of hard and soft skills to climb the corporate ladder.
Learning and knowing Web development tools, HTML, and Javascript will help IT staff and their CUs succeed.
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