Discover Why 49,000 of Your Peers Are CUES Members
We’re 100% focused on credit union talent development, and members tell us the Credit Union Executives Society® helps them deepen their bench strength by developing trained, strategic thinking leaders at all levels of the organization. Plus, members benefit from connections they make—not only at in-person events, but also through our many online opportunities.
The bottom line? CUES is the trusted source credit union professionals and board members turn to for vital resources, top industry specific education, and valuable networking connections.
Available to credit union staff or directors
One group rate covers all credit union staff and directors
One group rate covers all credit union staff and directors
A blend of pre-set learning pathways and curated content offer an easy way to expand your skillset in just about any business topic you can imagine. From leadership and coaching to creative writing and data science, from communication to innovation and strategy to customer service, we have what you are looking to learn.
You can also build connections and leverage relationships when you recommend what you’ve learned with others. Managers—easily view the progress of your staff to aid in their development.
This online networking tool is dedicated to helping you easily connect and share with other CUES members. Plus, you can join communities, discover tips to help you make the most of your membership—and so much more.
Easily access and download credit union policy and procedure documents shared by fellow members, and contribute your own for others to use in the member community library. Members – access CUESNet in the "Key Benefits" section of your myCUES Dashboard.
Stay on top of the latest CU news with print and digital subscriptions to CUES monthly magazine. This publication is consistently top-rated within the industry, and offers articles covering general management, board, operations, marketing, and human resources.
This whitepaper reports on high-level findings from the CUES Talent Development Survey, and offers four primary action steps to help credit unions overcome the most critical talent development challenges identified in this research. CUES Members can download the report from the “Exclusive Member Resources” tab in their myCUES Dashboard. Non-members can learn more by clicking the button below.
Build strong, effective mentor relationships, and find tips on ways to find a good match in a mentor with the practical tools found in this guide. CUES Members can download the guide from the “Exclusive Member Resources” tab in their myCUES Dashboard. Non-members can learn more by clicking the button below.
This guide offers actionable tips, strategies, and resources on building a highly effective board-level mentoring program for fostering growth and driving positive change. CUES Members can download the guide from the “Exclusive Member Resources” tab in their myCUES Dashboard. Non-members can learn more by clicking the button below.
Welcome to Credit Union Leadership is a guide for executives who are new to the credit union industry.
Use this resource to help you embark on your new career. CUES Members can download the guide from the “Exclusive Member Resources” tab in their myCUES Dashboard. Non-members can learn more by clicking the button below.
The closest thing to in-person learning, online! Participants can talk and interact with peers and experts, problem-solve, and build relationships, right from their desk. This is the perfect tool for staff with a limited professional development budget, and a great way to offer learning to up-and-coming employees.
Making a presentation, creating a budget, negotiating a contract—you face challenges like these every day. CUES has partnered with Harvard ManageMentor®, an online resource program which includes more than 40 topics addressing these critical management issues and more. Each online topic includes the practical advice and tools you need to succeed. Members–access through your myCUES Dashboard.
Build your future leadership pipeline by learning how to easily ID the skills you need in high potential future leaders. Then, discover how to help them to realize their own potential. CUES Members can download the guide from the “Exclusive Member Resources” tab in their myCUES Dashboard. Non-members can learn more by clicking the button below.
A must for new board members! This guide explains a board member’s roles and responsibilities, covers credit union philosophy, and discusses board best practices. CUES Members can download the Tool Kit from the “Exclusive Member Resources” tab in their myCUES Dashboard. Non-members can learn more by clicking the button below.
Attract and retain well-qualified staff at every level when you benchmark your organization’s compensation against others based on asset size, region, and membership size. You’ll have access to both executive and non-executive positions thanks to CUES Executive Compensation Survey and CUES Employee Salary Survey.
Easily deliver premium, in-depth education to all of your directors with CUES’ board-excellence benefit, Governance+. These pre-designed, multi-step, digital learning pathways provide exclusive, deep director competency training featuring timely, relevant content from subject matter experts. Formerly known as CCUBE, these pathways consist of training videos, articles, whitepapers, and more.
Quickly and concisely gather honest feedback from all board members on key areas of governance such as board structure and composition, fiduciary oversight, and leadership culture. Results from this anonymous, online assessment tool will help your board build an agenda of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for it to prioritize and address.
2023 Most Engaged CUES Member: Melissa Souza
Mortgage Loan Closer | Texas Bay Credit Union | Houston, Texas | Melissa completed all 41 Harvard ManageMentor courses and finished the most content in CUES Learning Portal.
2023 Most Engaged Credit Union: State Employees Credit Union
Raleigh, North Carolina | State Employees Credit Union has 1,392 CUES members who have completed 493 Harvard ManageMentor courses, attended 38 CUES events, and embraced countless other benefits for a total of 570 engagements.
CUES’ mission is to educate and develop credit union CEOs, executives, directors and future leaders. Therefore, any credit union employees, including staff and directors, can join CUES.
Once you join CUES, you’ll have access to the Member Help Center. Here you’ll find many tips on ways to get the most from your membership, including helpful links and videos. Simply log into cues.org and select “Member Help Center,” from the top navigation bar on cues.org.
Membership dues are based upon membership type and asset level. See the Membership Pricing section above.
Is CUES a good fit for me in my role? Yes! No matter your role, we have what you need:
- CEOs—Develop yourself, your executive team, and your board with one-of-a-kind networking and learning opportunities created exclusively for credit unions.
- Executives—Tap into the ultimate in professional development for you and your staff, and gain the tools and insights you need to take you, and your credit union, to the next level.
- Talent & HR Professionals—Help your organization win the war for talent with tools to assist you in attracting, developing and retaining the top credit union professionals your organization needs to thrive.
- Credit Union Staff—Find tools to grow professionally, including many learning opportunities that don’t require travel or time away from the office.
- Board Liaisons—You’ll find professional development opportunities specifically designed for your role at the credit union.
- Board Chairs—Discover multiple benefits to help enhance your leadership role and assist your board members in understanding theirs.
- Directors—Better understand your fiduciary responsibilities and strengthen your presence on the board with membership benefits just for you.
Current and future credit union leaders fit right in at CUES. Join today, and you’ll soon be networking with a talented group of colleagues.