Quantum Governance, L3C, strengthens credit union boards, executive leadership and committees by providing governance, strategy and management assessments, consulting, training and facilitation. They help develop stronger and more effective board members and management.
The result? Strong leaders who deliver greater impact through improved strategic thinking and decision-making skills, board structure, executive initiatives and communication.
Quantum Governance Services
Governance, Strategy, Director Skills, Supervisory/Audit Committee and CEO Evaluation.
Facilitation of Retreats and Meetings
Interactive and virtual facilitated processes for the whole board, supervisory committee and executive team.
Director Development and Executive Mentoring
Skills Assessment and Volunteer Development Planning, Board Orientation and Virtual Training.
Governance Workshops, Seminars and Training
Both virtual and in-person.
Research & Reports
Together David & Sharon Johnston Centre for Corporate Governance Innovation at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and Quantum Governance, L3C, with support from CUES have published a special report on COVID-19 and DEI: Revolution & Evolution Come to the Credit Union Community.
We were eager to study the impacts that the events of 2020 have had on the credit union industry and this report spotlights the top findings from each area of our research. Learn more about how board meetings of the future will take shape, and where the conversation around DEI is heading.
Download the preliminary findings here, and sign up to receive the full report to be published in the coming months!
How are credit union boards performing? The State of Credit Union Governance, 2020 report reveals the results from a survey of credit union board, supervisory committee and executive leadership to help answer this very question.
Based on CUES Board Governance Assessment data collected over seven years, this report shares six key findings on the current state of credit union governance and offers expert recommendations. The research assesses six key areas including:
- Vision, Mission & Strategy
- Board Structure & Composition
- Bylaws & Board Policies
- Fiduciary Oversight
- Governance & Leadership
- Supervisory Committee
Co-authored by Quantum Governance and The David & Sharon Johnston Centre for Corporate Governance Innovation of the Rotman School of Management, this report is available to CUES members and non-members for FREE.
Five Data-Driven Recommendations for Future Success
Key findings include:
- Board members and CEOs frequently differ on their perceptions regarding governance. Board members and CEOs differ on 84% of the survey’s crucial questions.
- Board member and CEO perceptions diverge based on tenure. Board members who have served many years have more positive views than those board members with less tenure. Conversely, CEOs with longer tenures tend to have more negative views than CEOs with shorter tenures.
In the State of Credit Union Governance 2020, Quantum Governance and its colleagues found that nearly half of all Board members reported being ineffective at using an effective process to orient new board members to the work and dynamics of their boards. How effective are you?
Now, you can turn to the experts who wrote the book on onboarding to help you.
Quantum Governance, authors of the CUES publication Director Onboarding Tool Kit, which is available only to CUES Unlimited and Unlimited+ members, can develop and deliver a customized virtual Board Orientation program for your board’s newest directors.
Focused on key governance best practices including the definition of governance; the roles of the board, board members and officers; the balance of authority between boards and CEOs; strategic planning and more, this new offering can be customized to include information pertinent to your credit union, too.
For more information, contact VP of Strategic Partnerships and Senior Consultant Jennie Boden at email@example.com.