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How to Groom Future Leaders
What is more important to the longevity or health of an organization than cultivating the next level of CEO leadership? You would think every institution would have a long list of promising, groomed alternatives ready to claim the throne. Yet, unfortunately an alarming number of credit unions are faced with a skills gap between the CEO and the ill-prepared top executives.
In the Digital Age, Success is a Choice
In our final 2018 episode of The BIGCast: C-Suite Edition, John Janclaes interviews best selling author and motivational speaker Erik Qualman. Join John and Erik as they speak about his book ‘Digital Leader: 5 Simple Keys to Success and Influence’, and get clued in on what Erik believes are the top keys to success.
The Right Amount of Capital: A Conversation with Bill Hampel
In this month’s edition of C-Suite Interviews, John Janclaes sits down with Bill Hampel, former Chief Economist and Chief Policy Officer of CUNA. Join John and Bill as they discuss all things surrounding the concept of capital. Bill gives his unique insight into what the right amount of capital is every aspect of the credit union, how CECL will have an impact on capital, and how capital ties into the ever important goal of returning more value for your CU.
Fostering Leadership in the Millennial Generation
John Janclaes speaks with Hala Moddelmog, President and CEO of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, to speak about attracting and retaining young talent. Learn about Moddelmog’s leadership journey, and listen in as Hala and John speak about how the city of Atlanta is working to position itself to be a globally competitive market.
Learn the four Cs of all-star volunteers.
When credit union cooperatives were first formed, there was strong intrinsic value placed on volunteers who donated their time to guide the pooled funds on their membership’s behalf. Your chairman’s auto loan was approved on good faith and a handshake, so he could make it to work and feed his family. Loyalty like that is a lost art.