The latest from John Pettit

- by Stephanie Schwenn Sebring, CU Management

Success through a woman’s lens

Success doesn’t look the same to everyone. Consider the story arcs of fictional characters Don Draper and Peggy Olson of the television series “Mad Men”—the ’60s drama portraying ...

- by Jennifer Stangl, CUES Blog

Purposeful Talent Development: Bias can hold you back

I’ve been engaging in a lot of conversations lately about bias. Any bias we hold, especially unconscious bias, influences our daily interactions via perspectives we seek, ways we communicate, ...

- by CRMNEXT

How to talk finance with Gen Z

With 25% of the US population in the 18 to 34 age group, it’s critical for banks and credit unions to be intentional in planning for and addressing Gen ...

- by Chip Filson, Just a Member

Awards and institutional culture

Most credit union associations, many credit unions, CUSOs and even some vendors present periodic awards to individuals or credit unions. These honor specific contributions and reinforce values the groups want ...

- by Brandy Bruyere, NAFCU Compliance Blog

Litigation risk update – Indirect lending and FCRA

Like all businesses, credit unions face potential litigation risks. For our industry, sometimes the lawsuits that impact banks can have an impact on credit unions later. To start the week ...