CUES is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and we are following the guidelines published by both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. The safety of our members, staff and partners is our first priority. We've created this webpage as a resource for leaders in the industry to help navigate this crisis.
Pandemic Tools for Leaders
CUES Member Benefits Webinar
One great thing about your CUES Membership is that many benefits are portable, and easy to access and use, no matter where you are. Discover tips on ways to engage your staff with the online benefits available through CUES Membership with the pre-recorded webinar, Tips for Keeping Staff Engaged During COVID-19.
Join Our Online Pandemic Discussion
- See what your peers have been discussing and sharing in CUESNet. Topics include pandemic planning, remote workers, and paid leave for school closings. (be sure to log in to cues.org to access this members only benefit).
Virtual Elections with CUES eVote
- Recent NCUA changes allow credit unions to hold virtual annual business meetings during this crisis. CUES eVote can support your virtual election needs.
CUES Learning Portal Pathways
- Access CUES Learning Portal Pathways (be sure to log in to cues.org to access this members only benefit).
CUES Online University
- Current CUES Online University subscribers, there are two new courses available in your course catalog: Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 and Working Remotely: Learning To Work From Home. To access these courses, contact your credit union’s CUES Online University administrator. If you’re an administrator and have questions about adding the courses to your menus, contact Sharon Messmore, CUES Products & Services Manager, at email@example.com or 800.252.2664, ext. 334.
COVID-19 Coverage on CUmanagement.com
Check back often for new articles, blog posts, podcasts and videos about how credit unions are responding to the coronavirus pandemic including telecommuting tips, emergency loan relief, branching and staffing strategies, leadership, self-care, CUES resources, virtual annual meetings, virtual learning and networking, business continuity, strategy, and more.
Additional COVID-19 Resources
Impact on Scheduled CUES Programs
As the situation continues to develop and unfold, we are making decisions regarding our events on a case-by-case basis, keeping the safety and needs of our members, sponsors, and CUES staff a priority.
- CEO Institute I – Has been rescheduled for April 11-16, 2021.
- CEO Institute II – Has been rescheduled for April 25-30, 2021.
- CEO Institute III (Spring) – Has been rescheduled for May 2-7, 2021.
- CEO Institute III (Summer) – Being rescheduled for 2021, dates to be determined.
- Governance Leadership Institute I – Has been rescheduled for June 6-9, 2021.
- Governance Leadership Institute II – Has been rescheduled for June 9-11, 2021.
- Strategic Innovation Institute – Being rescheduled for 2021, dates to be determined.
- Strategic Growth Institute – Being rescheduled for 2021, dates to be determined.
- School of Applied Strategic Management – Being rescheduled for 2021, dates to be determined.
- School of Business Lending III – Will be held virtually, October 5 - November 2, 2020. Please visit the event page for more information.
- School of Strategic Marketing – Being rescheduled for 2021, dates to be determined.
- Execu/Summit – Rescheduled for March 7-12, 2021.
- Execu/Blend – Rescheduled for June 13-16, 2021.
- Execu/Net – Rescheduled for August 15-18, 2021
- Board Chair Development Seminar – Being rescheduled, dates to be determined.
- Director Development Seminar – Being rescheduled, dates to be determined.
- Director Strategy Seminar – Rescheduled for July 28-30, 2021.
- Supervisory Committee Development Seminar – Rescheduled for July 26-27, 2021.
- Board Liaison Workshop – Will be held virtually, September 16-17, 2020. Please visit the webpage for more information.