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A Champion of Change
December 27, 2013
'The sooner we embrace new immigrants, the sooner we’ll have stronger communities.'
Developing Tomorrow's CU Leaders
December 26, 2013
Three themes emerge from Bill Vogeney’s career: Service, education, and financial performance.
Hooked on CUs From Day One
December 24, 2013
‘The people made it easy to get involved, learn, and grow.’
Bringing New Business on Board
December 23, 2013
Be strategic in your business development efforts.
Making an Impact in Motown
December 2, 2013
Progressive programs have positive impact on community.
New Conference Kindles Cooperative Spirit
November 26, 2013
'CUs can make a huge difference in the lives of people struggling to keep up.'
Empowering Employees to Serve Members
November 8, 2013
Branch manager leads by example with high energy and empathy.
Passionate About CU Philosophy and Leadership
November 7, 2013
‘I love to participate in work that makes a difference.’
Selling the CU Experience
October 29, 2013
Marketing and business development are about ensuring survival.
A Source of Innovation
October 25, 2013
Crowd sourcing ideas from CU staff leads to new breakthroughs.
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Catalysts for Change
Interviews with ACUC keynoters Mel Robbins, Brett Culp, Guy Kawasaki, and Neil Pasricha.
Borrowing Big Ideas
CU marketers seek inspiration from outside the industry.
CECL Is Coming: Are You Ready?
Prepare now for this significant and potentially disruptive approach to plan for credit risk.
7 competencies of a strategic CFO
‘You've got to be curious,’ Sally Myers says. ‘Find the real problem at the heart of the issue.’
EMV is no panacea to fraud
Fraudsters have raised their game, detective tells CUNA CFO Council attendees.
Understand your indirect lending costs
CFOs must get buy-in from the CLO and COO regarding your indirect lending operations.
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