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Culture may be intangible, but you need to ‘see’ it if you want to make it better.
They’re not just for fun.
A five-step plan for ensuring that all board members—experienced and new—are prepared to succeed in fulfilling their responsibilities.
South Carolina FCU’s volunteer advisor program helps create a dedicated and knowledgeable pipeline for future directors.
Districts and delegates help local Affinity CU members be heard.
Vancity reviews how directors are compensated for their service every three years.
Electronic board materials allow directors to keep their notes and more.
Help in navigating busy board agendas, managing discussion, and freeing up time for more focused dialog.
5 ways to spot it, and a key way to combat it.
How directors can support their organizations—and each other
Use these touchstones as a starting point for gauging your board’s effectiveness.
A board’s annual affirmation statement should remind directors of three key roles they play.
Tear down the walls that limit your thought patterns using these strategies.
Tips for making sure board training is worthwhile for everyone.
Continuously acquiring new knowledge is key to leading your credit union into the future, according to CUES Webinar presenter Michael G. Daigneault, CCD.