MADISON, Wis.— CUES is pleased to celebrate Women’s History Month 2023 and support women in the credit union industry with the return of CUES RealTalk!, CUES staff recommended resources, new content, and the CUES Women’s Business Network:
- CUES staff share their suggestions for learning about women’s history in What We’re Reading For Women’s History Month
- CUES RealTalk! Women in the Workforce is a free online panel discussion focusing on issues women in the workforce often face. Sign up for updates here, and watch last year’s playbacks at content.cues.org/realtalk-playbacks.
- Advancing Women, a quarterly newsletter from CUmanagement.com, offers information and inspiration for current and aspiring female credit union executives and those who support them.
- Find trustworthy CUES partners when you visit the CUES Women’s Business Network, featuring industry-leading female professionals, business owners and service providers.
- Watch The Value of Reaching Out, featuring CUES member Alyssa Guillory, CCM, VP/marketing at Unity One Credit Union, as she discusses why it’s important for executives and aspiring leaders to keep their networks strong.
- Watch Considerations for Women Who Want to Be CEO to learn best practices from Deedee Myers, Ph.D., CEO, DDJ Myers, an ALM First Company and CUESolutions Provider.
- Listen to CUES Podcast #141, The Connection Between Culture And Well-Being from CUES RealTalk! moderator Laurie Maddalena, MBA, CSP, CPCC, Executive Coach/Consultant, Envision Excellence, and discover the key connections between skilled and authentic leadership and organizational and employee well-being.
- Read Building A Network Of Constructive Positivity to learn about the value of having a circle of trusted colleagues who are willing to give you authentic feedback.
- Read Staying Put, Soaring Ahead to discover how one CEO’s path to the c-suite started within the credit union she now leads.
- CUES continues to offer the DEI Resource page, originally launched in June 2020. It houses many tools to help credit union leaders guide their institutions to a better tomorrow, including learning and content, and links to resources and tools.
- The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Cornell Certificate Program is heading into its third year. This intensive online course helps credit union leaders guide their institutions to a better tomorrow as they learn directly from Michelle M. Duguid, Associate Professor, Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at the Johnson Graduate School of Management.
Learn more about CUES at cues.org.
CUES is the leading talent development solutions provider for credit unions in North America. We educate, develop and support credit union CEOs, executives, directors, and emerging leaders through partnerships with premier business schools, live and online events, digital learning, networking, and premium content. With over 42,000 members and growing, we measure success one leader at a time.
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