According to the D. Hilton Associates 2014 Board Survey report, the average credit union membership is approximately 57.8% female and 42.2% male.
Credit union volunteers are more diverse today than they were in 1990, but still have room for improvement.
Studies indicate that companies with female board members experience stronger performance.
WOCCU's Global Women's Leadership Network launches initiative to get more women on credit union boards.
Credit Union Times hosted our second Not for CEOs live stream of 2013 June 20 on a topic we all love to hate: annual performance reviews. Our goal was to change that image and focus on what they can be good for. What can managers and employees take away from...
We managers are supposed to have all the answers, but it’s best to learn about yourself and your business by listening to your people.
In this video discussion, getting the most out of performance reviews is the topic, including how to get the most out of your team.
Credit Union Times will present its second Not for CEOS event for 2013 on Thursday, June 20, from 12-12:45 p.m. EDT.
The Illinois CU League has passed a bylaw that prohibits volunteers outside of the credit union industry from serving on its board.
If credit unions want to stay two steps ahead of their competitors, a lofty yet doable goal is ensuring that their boards, supervisory committees and auditors put their differences aside and get on the same page