Board Resources (CCUBE)

CUES’ Center for Credit Union Board Excellence (CCUBE) is designed to create a deepening director competency. Members, you can read articles and view videos after logging in using the orange login button at top right (email for password assistance) 

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Featured Expert

Kathy O'Connor  

During her session at January’s CUES Symposium, Kathleen O’Connor, Ph.D., professor at London Business School, described how a study of surgery teams shows high performance prevails when people feel they can dissent. Read more in “Science-Based Interventions to Build Psychological Safety in the Board Room.

What's New

Networking Helps Develop Director Pool
As almost half of its board-level leadership retires, Pioneer West Virginia FCU finds valuable expertise in new directors ready to dive in.

Video: Incorporating a Cyber Risk Strategy
How prepared is your credit union for a cyber attack? Is the preparation for an attack part of your risk management program?

Why Email Votes Are Too Risky And How A Board Portal Can Help
Email is notoriously insecure, but that’s not the only reason to use a board portal for voting instead.

Video: Key Factors For Boards To Consider Before Committing To A Merger
Is your credit union considering a merger? How do you know if it will be a good fit? 

Are You Holding Executive Sessions … Regularly?
Closed or ‘in camera’ meetings allow for special, directors-only conversations, plus establish the board’s independence.

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