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The Credit Union Board of the Future

September 23

Online Webinar

September 23, 2014
1:00 p.m. Central time

Presenter: Michael Daigneault, principal and founder, Quantum Governance, L3C

Session Description:  

Question: What should the credit union board of the future be like?
How should it govern? Be composed? Be structured?
How will it meet? What information will it need?
What should its leadership culture be like?
What types of questions should it ask?
What will its risk tolerance be?
What should it focus on?
What will success be?

Despite the very real “perils of prognostication,” this provocative and future oriented Webinar will wrestle with this difficult–yet vital–set of questions.

With the quickly evolving business, technology and societal transformations that are challenging today’s credit union, the quest to remain relevant, strategic and ahead of the curve is more important than ever. Accordingly, a great deal of discussion has taken place on how strategy and senior management must evolve in order to keep up with (or ahead of) the increasing pace of change. 

But...is our thinking about the core purpose, role, responsibilities and practices of credit union boards keeping up with the dramatic changes taking place?

For example:

  • What new governance practices–and models of governance–will credit union boards need to embrace in the future? 23
  • What types of risks should credit union boards be strategically embracing in order to “experiment,” and thereby learn enough for their credit union to genuinely flourish?
  • What is the vital committee that most credit union boards don’t have?
  • What type of board members should credit unions be seeking?
  • How will such board members of the future be encouraged to serve?
  • What is best balance of authority between a board and the credit union’s senior management? 
  • What new role or responsibilities are supervisory committees likely to play in the years ahead?

So….is your credit union’s board ready?

Attendee Takeaways:

This session will identify the differences between today’s credit union board and “the credit union board of the future” utilizing more than 30 critical markers organized in five key areas:

  1. Fundamental Governance Principles & Approaches
  2. Board Composition & Structure
  3. Board Meetings & Information Architecture
  4. Management of Board Policies & Operations  
  5. Governance & Leadership Culture

About the Presenter:

Michael Daigneault
Principal and Founder
Quantum Governance, L3C

Join us for this engaging and educational session from one of CUES’ strategic partners and one of our most dynamic presenters, Michael Daigneault, founder and CEO of Quantum Governance, L3C, which provides consulting, training, research, facilitation and retreat services to corporations, credit unions, and nonprofits throughout the U.S.

Daigneault is an experienced governance advisor, consultant and trainer. He is frequently asked to counsel nonprofit and credit union leadership concerning vital governance, strategic and ethics matters.

Daigneault is a Certified Credit Union Director, and has served as an Executive in Residence at the Rotman School of Business program for credit union leaders focused on credit union governance. The organization is a CUES strategic partner in the field of governance.

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