CU Learning TRAXX Kicks off Aug. 5, with Five Information-Packed Sessions
What’s in store for the economy? How much risk should you take? How do you build an innovative culture, resilient teams, and diversify your board? Join us to find out!
Mark your calendar and get ready to learn something new — CU Learning TRAXX will kick off Wednesday, Aug. 5, with five thought-provoking sessions of just-in-time programming.
These sessions, designed to meet credit unions where they are and where they’re going, will feature a variety of valuable content, including expert speakers, panel discussions, and interactive conversations critical to your credit union’s operations.
Now, there are even more registration options available, offering you ultimate flexibility and customization to pick the programming that’s best for you!
Here’s a peek at what’s coming Aug. 5:
- Financial Strategy: Point-Counterpoint, Part One
What will be the long-term economic impact of COVID-19? Will we see a fast, V-curve recovery, a lengthier U-curve, or are we in for a long recession? Join the conversation with economists as they share their predictions and shed light on how to plan for a variety of future economic scenarios. This session is great for CEOs, CFOs, investment officers, and accounting staff.
- Operational Innovation: Does a Culture of Innovation Truly Eat (Digital) Strategy for Breakfast?
It’s time to step out of your comfort zone and let the transformation of an innovative culture take root! Hear from American Banker’s 2020 Digital Banker of the Year, Patrick Sells, on how he shook the cobwebs out of a sluggish and dated organization to digitally transform his financial institution. Register for this session if you’re a technology professional, information officer, or experience officer interested in taking your systems to the next level.
- Inform the Future: How Will You Lead Through the Next Crisis?
Build exceptionally resilient teams by equipping them with the tools and training they need to nimbly navigate even the toughest crises or conversations. Explore Harvard Kennedy School’s world-renowned leadership model, which fortune 500 companies across the country swear by, and learn how to implement it at your credit union. Both new and experienced leaders can benefit from this thought-provoking session.
- Enterprise Risk Management: Preparing for Pandemics, Cyberattacks, Black Swans – Business Continuity Planning, Part One
Risk lurks around every corner, but it doesn’t have to be intimidating. Don’t rely on luck — preparation is key! Risk Management experts will shed light into those dark corners, delving into the emerging risks credit unions face, such as new fraud trends, remote workforces, potential cyber-attacks, and civil unrest. Risk and compliance officers, CEOs, and other credit union professionals will leave this session ready to tackle whatever may come.
- Directors’ Only Series: Leadership Recruitment: Attracting and Retaining Talent that Reflects your Community
A credit union’s board must reflect the members it serves. But how do you get there? You’ll hear from experts how credit unions can effectively recruit, attract, and retain talent at the board and executive leadership levels. Walk away with actionable steps that will help you build a board that’s representative of your credit union’s membership and the broader community. This session is for board directors and CEOs.
CU Learning TRAXX has registration options to fit every schedule. You can register for a full track to stay focused on a specific discipline, sign up for single sessions, or package your experience into 5-, 10-, or 25- session bundles — that means you’ll have 5, 10, or 25 seats available, with anyone on your staff able to choose sessions that best fit them. Want everyone at your credit union to take advantage of the program? Consider purchasing an All-Access Pass!
We’re adding details on upcoming speakers, dates, and times weekly, so check the site often and register today! And look for a story in next week’s Anthem featuring more on our Aug. 5 speakers!
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