Stuart R. Levine

  • Save Gen Y, One Intern at a Time: Guest Opinion

    It’s Sunday, and I’m reading the newspapers and watching the talk shows, trying to digest the political commentary that consumes all of us. My perception and conclusion is that based on the content and the harsh tones, the environment in this country is filled with incredible toxicity.

  • Guest Opinion: Leadership Fundamentals

    The most successful leaders I know understand and live by fundamental leadership principles with both discipline and focus. They commit to continuous learning and strive to have their behaviors serve as a reflection of their values–setting the standards and expectations for others in their organization.

  • Focus on Leadership Fundamentals

    A summary of many of the fundamental rules and principles for increasing the capacity for an individual leader's success.

  • Guest Opinion: Common Sense Ethics for Board Members

    Following the global financial crisis, directors are increasingly concerned with how to effectively navigate the new environment. Being held under greater scrutiny by the public, members and the NCUA, it has become even more important that directors demonstrate a commitment to ethical behavior and ensure transparency.

  • Leadership Requires Common Sense Ethics, Values

    Being held under greater scrutiny by the public, members and the NCUA, it has become even more important that directors demonstrate a commitment to ethical behavior and ensure transparency.

  • The Fundamentals of Exceptional Governance

    Last month I spoke at the CUES Executive Summit in Colorado Springs. This conference was attended by some of the most dedicated and intelligent directors and senior leaders we have met in the credit union world. I’d like to share with you some of the valuable content delivered, as well...

  • The Fundamentals of Exceptional Governance

    Some valuable content delivered at CUES Executive Summit.

  • Guest Opinion: Learning Can Strengthen Board Culture

    This past year I traveled 300,000 miles globally. The experience helped me connect dots that have serious consequences for business strategy and succession planning. It also reinforced a central theme that is emerging for all of us on boards: Can we learn as fast as the world is changing?

  • Board Culture Strengthened by Learning

    Can we learn as fast as the world is changing?

  • Guest Opinion: Challenges of Succession Planning

    Maximizing and ensuring member value and performance requires an ongoing review of the depth of talent in your credit union as well as the right complement of skills to lead effectively and navigate changing strategies. As markets become more global and technology continues to play an even greater role in...

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