We all know that change is constant. At the same time, leading organizational and industry wide change has never been more challenging. Acclaimed speaker Jenny Blake (who spent 5 years at Google in coaching, training, and career development, prior to running her own business helping innovative organizations like Google and Microsoft incorporate the Pivot Method into their global career development and manager training programs) will share her research-backed method and discuss the power of pivoting effectively as we drive our teams and organizations forward with intention.
The keynote will be followed by an engaging panel discussion with industry experts related to change, and two dynamic breakout sessions to dive in even deeper.
In order to lead ourselves and others effectively we must embrace and foster growth. Join us as we engage in conversation that provides a growth opportunity for all of us!
The keynote will be followed by an engaging panel discussion with industry experts related to growth, and two dynamic breakout sessions to dive in even deeper.
End the year with this energizing and engaging event to give us all a chance to reflect, as well as regain our energy and enthusiasm for the new year to come!
The keynote will be followed by an engaging panel discussion with industry experts related to refueling, and two dynamic breakout sessions to dive in even deeper.
As we move into the year ahead, leading our teams and organizations is harder than ever. Join us as nationally acclaimed keynote speaker India Gary-Martin (a 25-year veteran of financial services and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council) shares ideas and insights on how we can provide effective and intentional leadership that is impactful in these unprecedented times.
The keynote will be followed by an engaging panel discussion with industry experts related to leadership, and two dynamic breakout sessions to dive in even deeper.
The competencies for leading through crisis have shifted dramatically over the past year. In a year unlike any other in modern history, leaders were thrust into making decisions about issues for which there was no blueprint. While crisis is not new and there are frameworks to navigate it, the compounded nature of events that occurred and that will continue to occur for the foreseeable future requires an increased focus on agility, ambiguity and adaptive strategy.
When we allow images of courage to come to mind, we may think of the roaring lion, the valiant warrior, the individual facing down a crowd of adversaries. Truly courageous leadership is often about what happens outside the spotlight, though, and requires more than just bold actions. It requires a commitment to continuously expand personal awareness, incrementally improving one’s own capacity. This session will explore the courage required to be a leader today, identifying immediate actions that anyone can take to contribute to a fully inclusive workplace.
One day, soon, things will go back to some sense of normalcy. Then what? Much as the past 11 months have been an intense leadership test for you, the environment we will find ourselves in the day after normal comes, you will face an even more intense leadership challenge. In this session we will discuss the likely decision points your organization needs to make and associated leadership opportunities for you and your staff. Strategic choices such as business model, delivery channel, staffing, and strategy will be discussed and debated. Let’s get ready for what’s next.
Organizations need to embrace change and gain insights on how to change at the organizational level to ensure and sustain organizational relevance and a competitive advantage. During times of upheaval, your team is already more stretched and stressed than usual. Your employees, colleagues, friends and family need you more than ever during a crisis. There is no need to have all the answers. Now is the time to have conversations (and empower managers to do the same) about change, anxiety, uncertainty, and the daily pivots large and small that you are navigating together.
To remain relevant in today’s ever-changing financial services marketplace, credit unions know they need to continue to evolve and stay in touch with their environment. During this session, you will learn when to choose a build, buy or partner strategy to achieve your goals – and how to steer your organization in the right direction.
Given the industry’s current changing environment, credit unions are learning to navigate the “new normal” landscape. The world of payments specifically is evolving rapidly, with varied and complex impacts on traditional financial services. In today’s session, you’ll learn about payments industry trends and how credit unions can focus on keeping member needs at the center.
Access to recording only: $49 per event.