Lending executive Alissa Sykes helps build Sunmark FCU's reputation of meeting members' needs.
The US Women's World Cup team wasn't without its controversy. But its consistent winning shows uncanny leadership principles.
Credit unions have opportunity to help women understand how to manage personal finances, especially after spousal death.
Rebecca Roberts revamps her credit union's new hire orientations and leads community initiatives.
Brands need to realize that “femvertising” missteps represent a real risk for their future growth.
The 9.4 million women-owned businesses represent 30% of all U.S. businesses and employ nearly 9 million people.
Why the creation of an honorary Congressional Girl Scout Troop made up of all female members of the United States Congress matters.
Sharon Cook uses big data to communicate effective messages to members at the right times.
Municipal Credit Union names first female board chair in its 99-year history.
Does your network have enough diversity?
Embrace leadership roles as the power to influence rather than thinking of it as power over others.
Working toward gender balance is good for business and the credit union industry.
A shift in perspective can transform challenges into opportunities.
What we can learn from remarkable female entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Are you guilty of any of these?
Don't get stuck dwelling on "should've" and "could've", it only stops progress, growth.
Women face more pressure at work, especially once they find success. Why decompressing matters.
CU Strategic Planning's Jamie Chase, who grew up in a cooperative village, elevates credit union collaboration into social engineering.
The HuffingtonPost.com's Rebecca Shambaugh offers three habits to avoid when it comes to developing and retaining female executives.
Women are challenged, but need to be confident in the fact that they can do it.
NPR.org put together a list of the six top complaints.
This Women to Watch honoree's advice? Live without regrets by being yourself.
If you want to be a part of bringing about real change, there's a lot of work to be done.
They wowed their bosses, the CEOs and top-ranking execs at major corporations. Keep your eye on these rising stars.
There's nothing cookie cutter about Robin Hickey's approach to leadership or marketing.
Kim Sponem, president/CEO of Summit Credit Union, has never been one to shy away from tough conversations.
Real estate data firm says student loans alone aren't enough to keep college graduates from buying a home.
FORBES' Kathy Caprino interviews Ray Carvey, executive vice president of corporate learning at Harvard Business Publishing and shares the best of the best in leadership training today.
Meet CU Times' latest Women to Watch honoree, FORUM Credit Union COO Jenny Budreau.
An opera singer helps female credit union leaders improve communication in Australia.
At Service Credit Union, don't hold your breath waiting for Chief Risk Officer Ana Foret to dismiss every initiative as too risky.
Read what Filene and WOCCU's Global Women's Leadership Network discovered when they studied women and leadership in credit unions.
Our latest W2W honoree does her part to dispel the myth that CFOs are only interested in low-cost solutions.
Are women more likely to suffer from imposter syndrome than men? In a new series, Hilary Devey and Monica Parker debate whether the confidence gap is fact or fiction.
The most difficult part of overcoming the barriers to obtaining a promotion into a job where you will manage others, is realizing that YOU might actually be the person holding yourself back.
Never underestimate the power of active listening to drive solutions that deliver results.
A Canadian credit union official shares her observations on the international credit union movement.
WASHINGTON — Credit Union Times’ Women to Watch program hosted a Feb. 23 reception during CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference.
Outstanding female executives recognized as Credit Union Times' Women to Watch gathered on Feb. 23 in Washington.
The Golden 1 Credit Union President/CEO Donna Bland is our latest Women to Watch honoree.
Credit unions make no secret about their desire to attract Gen Y members. But are the Millennials worth the effort?
It doesn’t matter what kind of job you do or how much you get paid. Every working person has wondered at some point, “Am I getting paid enough?”
When Tracy Britt Cool was finishing Harvard Business School, she wrote to Warren Buffett to ask for a job. Less than five years later, she’s among Buffett’s top aides at Berkshire Hathaway.
Don’t look to Tammy Gallegos to ever toss up her hands and give up. For the vice president of marketing, communications and service quality at America First Credit Union in Riverdale, Utah, there is always a solution.
Education is a start, but members need help changing behavior.