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Executive Compensation: Finding the Fit For Your Credit Union

By Alec Berkman If the statistics indicating an impending rash of credit union executive retirements are true, the demand for qualified and competent successors will...

Six Sigma for Today’s Leaders – Adopt the Concept Not the Cost

By Sandra Torres Although Six Sigma is usually associated with manufacturing or chain supply management, it can also be used to make any business successful....

Expansion Team is Key to Successful Acquisition

By Sharon Sweda Growth and expansion are vital to the success of most organizations. However, mismanaged growth and expansion will sink even the most sea-worthy...

Culture and Leadership: Universally Desirable and Undesirable Leadership Attributes

By Dr. Sandra L. Torres Globalization’s precipitate onslaught has forced many organizations to rethink their leadership strategies and has fostered increased cultural interdependence. This is...

Training to Keep Top Talent

By Ken Gonyer It’s been four long years since the recession officially ended, and although the stock market has rebounded, the job market is still...

I’m Doing My Best!

By Holly Herman And so are you! Everyone is doing their very best all the time. That simple and commonly used phrase may not be...

Credit Union Training and Development: The Time is Now!

By Ken Gonyer Remember 2010? Three years ago, your credit union was probably in survival mode. Belts were tightened and, like everyone else in the...

Payment Matters: Is it Time for a Chief Outsourcing Officer?

By Suzanne Savage Rapidly changing technology, growing product complexity, and greater requirements for security and compliance have created product and service needs that many credit...

Women Leaders: Should They Team Up or Lead?

By Dr. Sandra L. Torres Although we live in a time of great workplace inclusion, executives sometimes find themselves at a crossroads when deciding...