This event is FREE for CUES Unlimited and Unlimited+ Members
Thursday, April 8, 2021
Presenter: Connie Miller, Regional President, Horizon Credit Union
Connie Miller will share how to utilize some great tools to be effective in your communication, and prevent drama from entering a situation or relationship. Also, learn how to get away from drama if it is occurring in your life today. We can innocently get pulled into a dangerous drama zone that causes stress or mental exhaustion, often when we are simply trying to help. Connie will provide you some tools to use in your everyday walk with your coworkers, clients, children, spouse, and other important relationships. You’ll leave with a solid quick resource to help the victims in your life switch their thinking and solve their own problems, while freeing yourself from the responsibility. You will learn the effect of unintended consequences when a well-meaning rescuer simply tries to help a victim that turns into enabling behaviors, and also the damage created when a victim is uncomfortable having crucial conversations. You will leave this workshop with practical hands-on tools to use to create a supportive environment of positive communication that will have a huge impact on gaining control in your life. It is possible to live a drama free life of positivity and gain respect as a supervisor, employee, and friend in the process.
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About the Presenter:
Horizon Credit Union
Connie is currently the Regional President for Horizon Credit Union and most recently served as the President/CEO of Icon Credit Union. Connie was honored as one of Idaho’s CEO’s of Influence for her leadership, integrity, vision, diversity, and influence. Connie led Icon Credit Union to the 7th healthiest credit union from more than 5,400 credit unions in the nation and today, Horizon also ranks as a Top 100 credit union. In addition to her many awards, Connie was also awarded the Thanks Badge II, the highest award in Girl Scouting, for her exemplary service to the Girl Scout organization.
Connie Miller graduated from Boise State University with a Bachelors of Business Administration Degree in Accountancy. Connie received her graduate level certification from Western CUNA Management School. She was appointed to the Twelfth District of the Federal Reserve Bank Depository Institution Advisory Council. Icon Credit Union was a recipient of the Top 10 Best Places to Work in 2020. Connie’s passions include building strong leaders and strong cultures in the workplace. Connie serves on many local boards and committees, including Junior Achievement, Global Women’s Leadership Network and the College of Western Idaho Foundation Board.
Connie is a published author, and published a leadership book titled, “Don’t Sabotage Your Career,” to share her insights on how to become a top professional and avoid making unintentional mistakes that may hold your career back and hurt your personal brand.