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Shari Storm, CEO, Category 6 Consulting
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10 Tactics for Landing that Promotion. Learn the 10 things you should be doing to improve your chances of landing that dream job.

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Shari Storm, CEO, Category 6 Consulting
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Learn techniques for building an environment that is drama free, where employees feel valued and empowered. Often small changes in the way we interact with our teams can have a long and lasting impact on their job satisfaction. We will discuss ways of handling staff during difficult times–especially during times of change.

Learn the art of motivating others, and yourself, to be more productive, more effective and to enjoy your job more.

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Rob Johnson, Executive Vice President/Principal; Brian McHenry, Senior Vice President/Principal; c. myers
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7 Core Competencies of a Strategic CFO: A Deeper Dive

In today's rapidly changing environment and in order to remain relevant and sustainable going forward, credit unions need CFOs who think to differentiate and drive better decisions by helping key stakeholders link strategy and asset/liability management with the credit union’s desired measures of success.  In the past, it was acceptable for CFOs to be masters of their silo, responsible primarily for the integrity of financials and providing reports to key stakeholders.  Most CFOs were groomed throughout their careers to focus on numbers, analyze data, and provide profit and revenue reports.

As financial and regulatory complexity has mushroomed over the past couple of decades, and as a rapidly changing marketplace has increased both the volume and quality of today’s competition, the CFO’s role is being redefined in ways that challenge even the most astute CFO.

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Rick Hiles, Credit Union Industry Team Lead, Hyland
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This webinar explores how document tracking can drastically improve and automate processing for credit union lending departments, ensuring compliance.  View a demo of a solution that proactively ensures credit unions have what they need to make decisions and fund loans while automating and maintaining proper documentation and remaining compliant.

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Peter Sullivan, Sr. Executive Benefits Specialist at CUNA Mutual Group
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Make it harder for the competition to hire away your top executives by customizing compensation packages to their individual needs. Learn how credit unions use non-qualified deferred comp (NQDC) as an incentive to keep leadership in place. Hear what pitfalls to avoid in the development of NQDC plans, and what you need to take into consideration as you strive to build the perfect plan for retaining the execs you need to meet your CU’s strategic goals.

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Rob Johnson, Executive Vice President/Principal; Brian McHenry, Senior Vice President/Principal; c. myers
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7 Core Competencies of a Strategic CFO: An Introduction

In today's rapidly changing environment and in order to remain relevant and sustainable going forward, credit unions need CFOs who think to differentiate and drive better decisions by helping key stakeholders link strategy and asset/liability management with the credit union’s desired measures of success.  In the past, it was acceptable for CFOs to be masters of their silo, responsible primarily for the integrity of financials and providing reports to key stakeholders.  Most CFOs were groomed throughout their careers to focus on numbers, analyze data, and provide profit and revenue reports.

As financial and regulatory complexity has mushroomed over the past couple of decades, and as a rapidly changing marketplace has increased both the volume and quality of today’s competition, the CFO’s role is being redefined in ways that challenge even the most astute CFO.

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Jim Devine, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Hipereon, Inc.; Bob Hogan, Founder, President and COO, Hipereon, Inc.
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This webinar examines the strategic issues surrounding establishing a flourishing Member Business Services Department. It examines operational questions you need to address with specific answers, not generalities. It will demonstrate why member business services; not just member business lending is critical to your credit union's bottom line.

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Fran Duggan, CEO, Payrailz
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This webinar addresses how modern technology, available to credit unions, can revitalize their payments strategies, particularly how to create a smarter, more engaging approach through the strategic use of AI and the latest payments innovations

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Lorie Masters and Richard Garabedian from Hunton Andrews Kurth
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Cyber hacking, ransomware, social engineering. These and other schemes pose threats today to all businesses. However, because financial institutions are one of the most targeted businesses and face the highest average number of claims, these threats pose special risks to companies in the financial sector. Cyber insurance is a key part of risk management today. This presentation will address the types of insurance available, best practices, regulatory guidance, key provisions to consider in purchasing and negotiating the terms of such coverage.

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Seth Jaffe, General Counsel & VP/Incident Response Practice, LEO Cyber Security
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Members of the board of directors have the duties of care and loyalty to their credit union, duties that extend to cyber security as well. Several attendees of the 2018 CUES Execu/Net seminar asked for more information on what is required of a board member. Therefore, this follow-up session was set to discuss policies, programs, and protocols board members can put in place to protect the credit union and fulfill board member obligations regarding cyber security.