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Start your board assessment with a ‘bop’

Start your board assessment with a ‘bop’

As with anything worth doing, board assessments are worth doing well—especially if the board has had an aversion to being “evaluated.” Committing to an assessment process begins with developing a shared understanding of what [...]

How credit unions’ competition could change

How credit unions’ competition could change

Right now, credit unions’ competitors face the same market challenges as credit unions themselves. This fact means credit unions could gain or lose some competitive advantages going forward. Some big banks and online banks are [...]

How to hack your leadership communication

How to hack your leadership communication

Good interpersonal skills are the hallmark of all great leaders. There is no leadership without effective communication, and those possessing the art of delivering thoughts and ideas in meaningful ways are those who are most [...]

Take off those blinders!

Take off those blinders!

It’s not easy to face facts that, as leaders, we frequently get in our own way. How often do you do or say things that create results just opposite of what you are trying [...]

Credit union card success in a post-pandemic world

Credit union card success in a post-pandemic world

Going into 2020, a fairly promising economic outlook was in play, driven by two important indicators: The U.S. GDP growth rate was holding steady and the unemployment rate was trending favorably at a 50-year [...]