Vigilance about our own cognitive processes can make for better managers, decision-makers and leaders.
Leaders must be aware of the rapidly changing business landscape and the work culture they are fostering within it.
Stepping out of your comfort zone puts you in a position to evolve, grow and advance your career.
Bridge the gap between what millennials want and what your credit union offers, thus increasing the loyalty factor.
Hold off on showing appreciation when there are employee payment issues, layoffs or a lack of trust among management.
The team that runs your credit union can help pull you out of the underdog hole you find yourself in.
The C-suite and board should work in a culture of information sharing, open dialogue and constructive debate.
Credit unions can draw inspiration from PSCU’s hands-on leadership development program.
If you work with people, you will interact with toxic individuals – either as customers, vendors, direct reports, colleagues or supervisors.