The latest from John Pettit

- by Tom Kennedy, CU Management

Building projects: Wait and see or time to act?

Over the past year, uncertainty tied to the economy and the COVID-19 pandemic has led many businesses to embrace a “wait and see” approach, pushing back decisions about major investments ...

- by Jennifer Plager, CU Magazine

PODCAST: A purpose reset

COVID brought many changes, but Joseph Michelli hopes leaders will see the last year as an opportunity to hit the pause button and become more intentional about how they lead. “...

- by Preston Packer, FLEX

The future of cash and credit unions

For many years, digital banking platforms and applications have been improving while the use of cash in America and around the world has been declining. Recent advances in technology combined ...

- by David Baumann, Washington CU Daily

DOJ endorses interchange rule that credit unions hate

A fight is brewing between the Biden Administration and credit union trade groups over a Federal Reserve proposal to require financial institutions to give merchants a choice of debit card ...

- by Jon Voorhees, The Financial Brand

5 reasons your branches don’t stack up to your competition

I repeatedly encounter situations in my market studies where one competitor significantly underperforms a local competitor of similar size. In conversations with senior leaders at the underperformer, I often find ...

- by B. Dan Berger, Berger Leadership Blog

How to be a leader your team wants to follow

To get the most out of employees, leaders need to inspire, motivate, and encourage creativity. For most leaders, they have to invest time to develop important characteristics to have their ...