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.
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.
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.
Education is a start, but members need help changing behavior.
While women in the upper echelons of corporate America are singing the same old tune, “Still No Progress After Years of No Progress,” female entrepreneurs have something to rejoice about.
In her efforts to leave the world a little bit better, Melodie Godfrey, executive vice president/COO at Oak Ridge, Tenn.-based ORNL Federal Credit Union, has discovered the power of slowing down, thinking globally and executing locally.
At the Omega Women's Leadership Center 2013 Women & Power Retreat, Carla Goldstein solicited presenters' advice on how emerging women leaders can find their own strength. Here are her six big takeaways.
Company specializes in helping credit unions tell their stories.
Generally speaking, while women are avid users of technology, they tend to be underrepresented in the field.
The founders at Cloudflare decided to strip everyone-even themselves-of titles that indicate rank. Here's how the radical decision paid off
Fortunate is the word Tamara Langton, vice president of business transformation at the $2.2 billion Coastal Federal Credit Union, said sums up her leadership journey so far.
The view of the credit union landscape from CUNA Mutual Group Senior Communication Specialist Holly Fearing’s perspective is awe-inspiring.
There's no shortage of information, advice and tools out there to help you improve your credit score, but there is virtually nothing to help you establish credit quickly and effectively.
As a two-time cancer survivor, Credit Union ONE Vice President of Sales Renee Muccioli has learned to squeeze the most out of each day.
A number of factors could be driving a lack of confidence on the part of women as they manage their finances, says credit union financial adviser Anna Kamp.
For Debra I. Da Costa, who as marketing vice president had been defining and delivering global marketing strategies at the $3.8 billion United Nations Federal Credit Union for more than 13 years, every day provides a new chance to improve and she wouldn’t have it any other way.
For Anne Legg, senior vice president business strategy and innovation at marketing branding firm Third Degree Advertising, the glass is not only half full but it sparkles.
We’re all too familiar with the stats showcasing the uneven gender divide in the business world.
For Stacie Wyss-Schoenborn, vice president of member solutions at BECU, the term status quo simply isn’t in her vocabulary.
In her hbr.org blog post, Joan Solotar, senior managing director/Head of the External Relations & Strategy Group, and a member of both the executive and management Committees at the Blackstone Group, says to encourage young graduates be realistic but focus on the positives as well.
Today Denise Gabel, COO at the Northwest Credit Union Association, talks about the voice of a leader.
Today, a few thoughts from DATCU CFO Melanie Vest, a CU Times Woman to Watch, on what it takes to be an effective leader.
This past weekend, a team from ProPublica competed in the GEN Editors’ Lab New York hack day, with the theme “Newsgaming.”