Continuing her series on effective leadership, Alycia Meyers covers conflict in the workplace and how contrary to popular belief, it can be a great thing for your organization—when managed correctly.
With limitless options in an ever-growing marketplace, how do you make sure your credit union is the financial institution your members turn to? Leo Vaulin discusses how your credit union can grow with your members and stay their primary financial relationship.
It’s not enough for CEOs to run their credit unions by simply looking at the data and adjusting. According to Megan Ernsberger, CEOs should be going “undercover” and listening to frontline workers to discover what’s really going on in their credit union and how they can best serve their members.
As he prepared to step into his new role as CEO of CU*Answers, Geoff Johnson sat down with the CUSO Magazine team to discuss the paths that led him here, his thoughts on the industry, and what he envisions for CU*Answers in the coming years.
CU*Answers’ Randy Karnes sits down with CUSO Magazine to reflect on his time as CEO of the cooperative CUSO, what’s next for him, and his thoughts on what’s to come for the organization and credit union industry.
In the second article of her series on leadership, Alycia Meyers delves in to discover what executives think makes for a good leader at CU*Answers.