MADISON, Wis. (12/23/14)--A credit union's board of directors must ask the CEO certain questions to evaluate whether the CEO is a well-rounded leader, a leadership consultant told the Credit Union National Association's Credit Union Directors Newsletter.
In the newsletter's December issue, Jeff Rendel, president of Rising Above Enterprises, suggested that boards pose two questions to their CEO:
Well-rounded CEOs possess different strengths, said Rendel. They hail from diverse credit unions with a range of asset sizes but gravitate toward similar measures to gauge effectiveness. Their thoughts can be boiled down into six components, with the understanding that leadership binds them together.
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