What is your credit union’s long term vision for its staff? CUSO Magazine’s Esteban Camargo discusses why you need a People Development Life Cycle to manage succession events and protect the future of your organization.
Is your organization prepared for unexpected employee departures or even expected retirements? If one of your staff left tomorrow, do you know who would take over their responsibilities? Amber Overla explains how best to prepare for known and unknown succession events.
With the NCUA passing a proposed rule 2-1 requiring succession planning at all federally insured credit unions, Randy Karnes shares his thoughts on what “broad discretion” actually means and what credit unions should be focusing on.
The National Credit Union Administration board will consider a proposed rule governing succession planning at credit unions on Jan. 27, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
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.
Small credit unions play a vital role in the credit union community, but they face daunting challenges that larger institutions find easier to conquer, the Credit Union National Association said in a new report, reports David Baumann of the Washington CU Daily.
Documentation is an essential process for succession planning and building a knowledge base for your company. Alycia Meyers details how her CUSO got employees from all departments involved and excited about participating.