It’s one thing to preach a friendly work culture and tote open-door policies, but it’s another to actively practice them. As a long-term employee turned recent executive, Dawn Moore explains how she and her fellow managers connect with team members across the organization.
When it comes to showing gratitude in the workplace, it can feel like something we often express out of habit, not sincerity. But gratitude should be given often and authentically to coworkers, bosses, and staff alike, argues Alycia Meyers, and she has a few ideas on how to begin making gratitude a consistent part of your company’s work culture.
At the end of his first year as CEO of CU*Answers, CUSO Magazine sat down with Geoff Johnson to discuss his favorite moments, lessons learned, and plans for the coming year.
Being a manager requires keeping up with all your employees and their work. But what do you do when tasked with managing an employee whose work you don’t understand? Sarah Sweet provides insight on managing IT by focusing on the person, not the task.
CU*Answers CEO Geoff Johnson discusses a credit union’s obligation to be transparent and open with its members, along with the benefits and concerns that might follow that transparency.
There are a number of traits that go into making a good leader, but Alycia Meyers argues that self-awareness is one of the most essential skills, and she relays a few tips on how to improve yours.
Linda Bodie, Chief + Innovator of Element Federal Credit Union, went two decades without coming across another LGBTQ+ member in the credit union industry. Now, she’s a co-founder of CU Pride, an organization for LGBTQ+ credit union employees. Emily Claus sat down with Bodie to learn more about the organization’s creation and goals.