CU Learning TRAXX: Stream Last Week’s Sessions On-Demand and Gear Up for More Just-in-Time Programming


Last week, the Northwest credit union family convened once again for five thought-provoking CU Learning TRAXX sessions led by 12 diverse speakers from around the world. For those who registered and missed them, all past sessions are now available to stream on-demand.

If you have yet to register for CU Learning TRAXX, you still can! Stream past sessions at your own convenience. Even better, if your credit union purchases an All-Access Pass, everyone at your organization can access all 42 CU Learning TRAXX sessions across seven content tracks. Learn more about the various registration options here.

Now it’s time to gear up for more just-in-time content, coming next week! Here’s a look at what’s in store Sept. 23:

Community Impact & Financial Health: Where’s the Money?
Speakers: Jaimie Miller, Larry EllifritzSharee Adkins
With an increase in awareness on the importance of financial health, this is the time for credit unions to shine. Find out what grants and state funding your credit union can access and how to identify funding opportunities that align with your project goals.

Enterprise Risk Management: Strategies for Contracting in Uncertain Times
Speaker: Kalin Bornemann 
Learn how to renegotiate existing contracts and consider which factors must be in place before entering new ones. Discover how the world of business can respond to ongoing uncertainty in today’s economy and what that means for your existing contracts.

Culture Defines Experience: Credit Union Sales and Service: Meeting Your Members Where They Are
Speakers: Ronda CongerMark McKellar

Examine how credit unions use sales and service models to illuminate the Credit Union Difference, meet business objectives, and attract new members. Explore diverse perspectives within an organization and learn how they help cultivate new ideas to better meet member needs.

Operational innovation: Ushering in the New Digital Lending Landscape — Does your LOS Know RON (Remote Online Notarization)?
Moderator: Brian Hamilton
Speakers: Foster KellyBrit BarkerJeb Hart
Digital lending is more commonplace than ever before, which opens additional resources for all financial institutions. Join this engaging discussion on the latest loan origination systems and learn how remote online notarization (RON) is being adopted in the Northwest.

Financial Strategy: Seeking Capital
Speaker: Mike McGinnis

Most Northwest credit unions, ranging in size from under $10 million to nearly $4 billion, can accept secondary capital. Advance your understanding of what investors are looking for when they make placements and the types of yields they expect.

Don’t miss out — register now to join next week’s sessions and stay tuned for more sessions to be announced soon. Visit CU Learning TRAXX online for more information on the seven learning tracks, upcoming speakers, registration, and more.

Be Sure to Visit the Strategic Link Trade Show!

Haven’t visited the virtual Strategic Link Trade Show yet? You can explore the Exhibition Hall anytime and connect with over 40 potential business partners whose products and services can help you better serve your members. The Strategic Link Trade Show is free to all Northwest credit unions and accessible 24/7 until Dec. 31 — join during CU Learning TRAXX session days, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. PDT, to chat directly with vendors.

Have a question about CU Learning TRAXX? Email us!

The CU Learning TRAXX digital platform is generously sponsored by CUNA Mutual Group, a trusted investment and insurance partner for credit unions.   

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