Organizations must focus on developing the leadership competencies of their middle managers.
Boards must focus on organizational culture, as talent drives long-term results.
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.
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...
Henry Wirz wrote an excellent letter regarding the fallacy of term limits for credit union directors [CU Times, June 8, page 11]. He made the argument that there were better ways to select and replace directors in credit unions and that one of those better ways was a good evaluation...
If you are currently sitting on a board, you are finding yourself under heavy scrutiny from your stakeholders, federal and state regulators and the public.
In response to economic disruptions, the federal government is asserting higher standards of governance for all financial services institutions,