Innovation, the need for change, security, advocacy, and more topped the agenda at the CUNA National Credit Union Roundtable for Board Leadership in Las Vegas.
Following are scenes from the conference.
“The best boards ask the best questions,” says strategic planning expert Jeff Rendel.
“If you own a niche it’s easier to expand,” says VSECU Board Member Andrew Stickney, who discussed the importance of innovation.
Former bankers discuss the transition to working as a CU CEO. From left: Charles Albrecht, Ardent CU; Stefanie Rupert, Collins Community CU; and Rob Werner, Mid-Minnesota FCU.
Employees pose the biggest security threat for CUs, says Jim Stickley, CEO of Stickley on Security.
It’s time to take the offensive on advocacy, says CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle.
Board members need to embrace change, say (from left) Board Chairmen John Didion, SchoolsFirst FCU; Gary Wall, Tinker FCU; and Ed Marvin, Randolph-Brooks FCU.
The economy is in the ninth year of recovery, says Bill Hampel, CUNA’s chief economist.
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