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Conflicting Messages Create Poor Employee Morale

BY CLINTON KOKER There’s a fine line between boosting employee morale with excellent reviews and staying within budget when it comes to rewarding such excellence....

The Mistake

BY MARC A. BRINGMAN When a failed recovery effort lands a young team leader outside the general manager’s office all he can do is sweat bullets and contemplate...

Is your CEO’s Compensation Justifiable?

BY CLINTON KOKER Not long ago the Omaha Herald published a series of articles on the executive compensation practices of the CEO of Goodwill Industries, a non-profit...

What CEOs Want and Deserve

BY JOHN GREGOIRE CEO reviews have a tendency to be anything but straightforward. Inconsistent comments and scores impede clarity. Worse, some CEOs are reluctant to...

High-performance Programming

BY MICHAEL G. WINSTON, PH.D. Your credit union’s leadership is the lynchpin to its overall success. But how do you build leadership in the wake...

Celebrate Uncertainty!

BY JIM BOUCHARD If there is one thing that’s certain for credit union leaders it’s that they will encounter uncertainty. It’s okay to view uncertain...

Two Ways to Hedge Mortgage Servicing Rights

BY HAFIZAN HAMZAH Does your credit union service mortgage loans? If so, you’re probably familiar with the price volatility involved with mortgage servicing rights assets....

Leadership Team Development – CUs that Learn Together Maximize Their Successes

BY CHRIS HOWARD Credit union leaders are facing a more complicated future than ever before. Paving the way to a brighter tomorrow now requires a...

Putting Core Values to Work

BY SCOTT MCCLYMONDS The application of core values is vital to credit unions’ championship status, but what does the term “core value” mean anyway? And...