Nothing Less than Success Acceptable for Future Forum
MADISON, Wis.-Judging by the line up coming together for CUNA's 2005 Future Forum in San Francisco Sept. 24-27, nothing short of success will be accepted. Included among the headlining entertainment will be captain of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey-which won the gold against all odds-Mike Eruzione, speaking on teamwork. Carolyn Kepcher, executive vice president of The Trump Organization and seen on "The Apprentice," will lead the discussion on "Business Lessons From The Apprentice's Straight Shooter." And, former commander of the U.S.S. Benfold Mike Abrashoff, will explain how he and his crew transformed his ship into the best in the Navy by taking charge. Sept. 24 will feature new pre-conference learning labs that take attendees from the golf course to learn about leadership to the California Culinary Academy. Customized learning options offered throughout the conference are available on issues like growing consumer loans to cultivating the virtual member to identity theft.