Wednesday, August 25, 2021
12:00 -1:00 p.m. Central Time
Presnter: Charlene Leland, C Myers
Senior leadership teams recognize that in order to move the strategy forward, they need to make it come to life across the organization, regardless of level of responsibility. This is especially important as research shows that more and more, talent is purpose-driven. While most are aware that communicating the strategy is key, how the strategy is used in daily interactions is also critical.
Examples will be used to illustrate everyday opportunities for successfully making the strategy come to life. Working in small groups, you’ll discuss thought-provoking questions and share your experiences with each other.
- Practical ways to help build strategic alignment throughout your organization
- How strategic alignment can support employees feeling part of and responsible for the organization’s success
- Examples of how employees can use the strategy to guide their priorities
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About the Presenter:
Since joining c. myers in 2004, Charlene has become one of the most diverse facilitators within the industry, especially with regard to helping credit unions of all sizes address three necessary business objectives: relevancy, differentiation, and sustainability. Over the years, she has honed her skills for facilitating various types of sessions, including Strategic Planning, Strategic Implementation, Member Journey and Experience Improvement, and Strategic Financial Planning. During the course of the Great Recession, she assisted credit unions in building capital restoration plans.
Within c. myers, Charlene has mentored more than 20 employees in her many areas of expertise. She also manages major projects, including both the development of new services and the revamping of existing services. She was a key designer of the c. myers Interactive Loan Production Analyzer, which enables you to count the right business every day by turning relevant data into easily understandable and actionable decision information.
Charlene is a frequent blood donor, racking up more than 60 donations. She enjoys cooking for her family, gardening, nature, and is an avid hiker and road cyclist.