CUES has partnered with Cornell University to bring eCornell—digital, Ivy League-level executive education—to the industry. The eCornell approach positions you as an active participant in the learning process, allowing you to build the necessary problem-solving skills at your own pace to handle the real challenges you face on the job, and in life.
Learn more about each of our eCornell Certificate courses below:
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Cornell Certificate Program
Commit to going beyond mere compliance and build a truly aware and inclusive work culture. Make your CU a more engaging place to work by learning how the perceptual, institutional, and psychological processes impact people’s interactions.
Women in Leadership Cornell Certificate Program
Get inspired and gain confidence while perfecting strategies for handling the issues you and other women in leadership positions face. Credit union women—discuss how to outmaneuver the “double bind” dilemma and show strong leadership qualities.
Strategy and Digital Marketing Cornell Certificate Program
Marketing leaders—discuss the digital marketing landscape, and the opportunities and strategies associated with leading channels and platforms including digital, mobile and emerging technologies.
Systems Thinking and Project Management Cornell Certificate Program
Attention all executive- and management-level contributors, do your projects tend to go over budget and take longer than projected—even with formal training, specialized tools, and automated software? Yes. Then, this program is for you.
CUES Advanced Management Program from Cornell University
Position yourself for future success by gaining deep insights into the C-suite to better understand what their challenges are and how they think. You’ll learn how to connect your day-to-day role with the purpose of your credit union.
Human Resources Analytics Cornell Certificate Program
Learn to source, analyze, and visualize HR data to inform your decisions and recommendations. Through the application of data analytics, position yourself to examine common HR challenges.