CUs consider workplace culture strategies.

Values are the intangible qualities that are important to people. A person's values affect their relationships, how they spend their time, what they focus on, how they think about their work and the decisions they make. Like personal values, organizational values determine priorities and drive decisions. Alignment of personal values with a common set of your core credit union values helps people work together better to achieve goals. A culture based on values, like those that encourage trust, promote teamwork, inspire innovation, are member-focused and support employee growth, will engage the workforce and are proven to positively affect productivity and profitability.

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