Women are an essential part of credit unions, but they still face systematic challenges that threaten their aspirations.
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Credit unions must prepare for the impending retirement of CEOs and executives on senior management teams.
This Opinion piece argues that meeting a board's responsibility requires members with intellectual curiousity.
It was a privilege to speak at the recent national conference of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, a non-profit organization of corporate secretaries and business executives involved in governance, ethics and compliance at public, private and not-for-profit organizations. The presentation “Pursuing and Recruiting Directors—How Best to Do...
What do you do as a board when you hear the words from your CEO of some 20-plus years, “I am planning to retire within the next few months?"
Judging from comments by search firms and credit unions, 2013 may be a pretty promising year for jobseekers looking to land positions with credit unions.