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CEO Relations Videos

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Measuring CEO Effectiveness: Assessment Opportunities

Michael Daigneault
7:11

Daigneault explains that boards should engage in the evaluation of their CEO on two different levels: annual strategic goals and ongoing goals.

Facilitating a Positive CEO Relationship

Les Wallace
2:35

Les Wallace of Signature Resources discusses how to maintain an positive, professional relationship between the board and CEO.

Facilitating CEO Success

Les Wallace
1:37

Les Wallace of Signature Resources discusses how board can assist their CEO in being the best leader they can be.

Executive Retirement Plans: Ensuring Leadership Continuity

Scott Albraccio
6:03

Learn more about how incorporating the right retirement plans can help ensure leadership continuity and how to ensure plan compliance.

Effective Succession Planning: The Role of Talent Development

Deedee Myers
5:20

Learn about the importance of internal talent development planning as a part of your overall succession planning efforts.

Effective CEO Onboarding

Dr. Michael Hudson
5:04

Explore the considerations boards should be aware of when onboarding a new CEO.  Discussion includes establishing a solid foundation of communication between the board and the CEO, providing historical context and documentation, and taking the opportunity to create a better team dynamic between the board and CEO.

CEO Relations Challenges

Les Wallace
2:25

Les Wallace of Signature Resources explores a few key factors that can make the relationship between the board and CEO challenging.

Working with a Search Firm

Douglas A. Olson
5:46

Case Study: The Search for a New CEO at Royal Credit Union – Working with a Search Firm

A credit union chairman provides advice for directors seeking a new CEO based on his credit union’s recent search. The video touches on the entire process from considering the culture to selecting the best candidate from among the finalists.

CEO Retention and Evolving CEO/Board Culture

Dan Clark
1:43

Retention is not only dependent upon compensation and benefits, but also upon the relationship between the board and CEO. The relationship needs to be managed, and needs to evolve over time.

Stepping up to the Challenge of Leadership

Lou Centini
2:57

An instructor from the University of Virginia explains three ways directors can make a difference in their leadership of the credit union. They can take an active role in defining the strategic future of the credit union, understand management’s performance and succession, and assess how the board performs.

Preparing for a CEO Search

Douglas A. Olson
4:34

Case Study: The Search for a New CEO at Royal Credit Union - Preparing for a CEO Search

A credit union chairman provides advice for directors seeking a new CEO based on his credit union’s recent search. The video touches on the entire process from considering the culture to selecting the best candidate from among the finalists.

The CEO as Volunteer

Patsy Van Ouwerkerk
226

An experienced credit union CEO and active volunteer explains things the board should consider when the CEO wishes to volunteer in the credit union movement or the community.

CEO/Board Relations in Strategy Definition and Execution

Jeff Rendel
2:56

Strong boards stay focused on strategy, sets guiding principles for management to carry them out, and rely on management for execution.

The Role of Culture in Attracting a CEO

Dan Clark
1:09

Matching a recruit to the credit union’s culture or selecting a recruit to evolve the culture in keeping with the strategy is the most important factor in attracting the right CEO.

Attracting and Retaining the CEO

Tom Telford
2:51

Directors need to determine what intrinsic and extrinsic rewards will attract CEOs to a credit union. Credit unions that share the organization’s success are able to attract candidates. Retention focuses on aligning benefits with an earning timeframe.

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