ANAHEIM, Calif. — One of the challenges of presenting a conference designed to help attendees think outside their usual parameters can be helping attendees to reason out how the speakers' ideas could be internalized and “brought home.”
This year, for the first time, CO-OP Financial Services has added an element designed to help attendees do just that at its THINK 2011 conference, which began Monday in Anaheim, make that transition.
At several times during each conference day, presenters and credit union leaders will meet at a round table on stage to take questions from attendees and reflect on ways the credit union industry and individual credit unions could take the ideas they have heard and apply them to their own organization and structure.
The Think It Out sessions are new this year, according to Caroline Lane, senior vice president for business development at CO-OP Financial Services.
CO-OP added the Think It Out sessions to help people take these concepts they are hearing and gather some solid takeaways from them, Lane explained,
THINK 2011 is being held at the Grand Californian, a Disney hotel in Anaheim.