Regarding Editor-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke’s column in the May 1 issue: Attracting and retaining qualified board members are critical challenges for credit unions. Similarly, board members deserve recognition for their responsibilities and also for their time, work and contributions. There is no debate about these points.
I almost fell off my chair after reading the Editor’s Column, “Work Fundamentals until You Ache and Win” in the April 24 issue.
CHICAGO — Spirited exchange marks a final-day session at CO-OP Financial Services’ THINK 13 conference.
How fast, or deliberate, the pace of change should be in the industry will be the topic for debate at a session at THINK 13.
I wholeheartedly support and agree with Sarah Snell Cooke’s point of view on the issues as raised by Chip Filson. [See Editor’s Column, page 4, March 13 issue.]
Some wise person once wrote, “If we always do what we have always done, we will always get what we always got.”
Women are good at networking with other women.
Here are highlights of the Not for CEOs session on succession planning held on Feb. 26 at the GAC.
Succession planning means more than just having a set of instructions in place for your board to follow in case you unexpectedly die, according a panel of CEOs that participated in a Not For CEOs discussion held at CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference.
Executives hold forth on what succession planning means to them in Not for CEOs gathering at GAC.