National Association of Credit Union Chairmen Brings Training to Portland June 24-26
No budget? NACUC is offering a scholarship to one Director from a credit union of limited means.
The National Association of Credit Union Chairmen (NACUC) is bringing its prestigious Leadership Development Seminar to Portland. For the national event to land in the Rose City is exciting for Gerald Hauck, Board Chair of Medford-based Rogue Credit Union. Hauck is actively involved in NACUC. He has been on Rogue’s Board for 15 years and was recognized in 2014 by the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) with the Distinguished impact Award for Directors.
“Having a national conference in this region gives more Northwest Directors the opportunity to attend,” said Hauck, adding that the content will be relevant. “The biggest challenges facing Board Chairs, are knowing how to run an efficient board meeting, and developing skills for Board members to share ideas and information.”
The annual NACUC Seminar is intensive and interactive, diving into strategic planning, effective team building, financials, conflict management, running effective board meetings, and more. The June 24-26 takes place at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco. A scholarship is being offered a Volunteer Director from a credit union with under $50 million in assets. Applications must be received by May 31. Conference registration and the scholarship application are available online.
According to NACUC, the Seminar is ideal for:
- Veteran Board Chairs who want to hone their leadership skills
- New Board Chairs who want to quickly get up to speed on leadership skills
- Aspiring Board Chairs
- Directors who want to become more effective