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The future of credit unions depends on leveraging the strengths of individuals.
Strengthen your board by generating interest among people with needed skills and talents.
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Engage new members in ways that are meaningful to them.
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Culture may be intangible, but you need to ‘see’ it if you want to make it better.
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Vancity reviews how directors are compensated for their service every three years.
Electronic board materials allow directors to keep their notes and more.
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