The agency has partnered with the CDFI Fund in an effort to double the number of certified credit unions by year-end.
Only 20 people each year are accepted into Emerging Leaders. Participants practice intensive leadership exercises with one-on-one and group coaching from expert DDJ Myers trainers.
DDJ Myers and the NWCUA combine transformational program with deep credit union experience to move the Northwest movement forward.
The credit union think tank’s innovation program will welcome two new participants from the Northwest.
Having a 401(k) is second only to health insurance on employees’ list of most important benefits. If your credit union has already taken the crucial step of having a retirement plan in place, consider these additional steps from CUNA Mutual Group to help employees make good decisions about their plans.
Emerging Leaders have until Tuesday, Jan. 14, to nominate a co-worker, employee, boss — or themselves! — for the 2014 Emerging Leadership Scholarship Contest and a chance to nurture and refine their leadership presence.
In the first meeting since the Washington Credit Union Act was updated by the state legislature, the Department of Financial Institutions met with credit union leaders to discuss the rule-making process that will define “reasonable” board compensation.
With the 112th Congress officially adjourning at noon today, the NWCUA is working with CUNA and other leagues to establish a federal agenda for credit unions for 2013. The tax exemption, regulatory burden, housing finance reform and charter enhancements are all expected to be priorities.
In today’s economy, maximizing training budgets and achieving more with less are critical issues for training managers. To address budget challenges, savvy managers are adding webinars as a training option, providing significant benefits for both the credit union and its employees.
Credit unions have 4 days left to provide detailed information about employee retirement plan fees. Is your HR Department ready for the questions?
Traveling back through time while analyzing the future through a crystal ball that is occluded by the winds of change sounds like the makings of another Marty McFly adventure sequel to “Back to The Future.”
Kitsap Credit Union’s Cathy Brorson hosted a day-long event on Tuesday to step up the fight against poverty in Kitsap County, bringing together key players from all sectors, including education, social service, credit unions, law enforcement, government and more.
True to the “People Helping People” philosophy, Kitsap Credit Union’s Cathy Brorson is working to illuminate the true challenges associated with poverty-based decision-making and to engage community leaders from all sectors in finding solutions.
According to the most recent NCUA Report, federally-insured credit unions’ combined MBL portfolio increased by 5 percent in 2011. The report outlines potential pitfalls for credit unions to bear in mind as reported by examiners.
Harborstone Credit Union CEO Phil Jones spoke on behalf of the credit union movement at Rep. Adam Smith’s Small-Business Forum last week, highlighting the capacity of credit unions to provide capital to small-business owners through increased member business lending.
Registration is now open for the 2012 Credit Union Development Education (DE) training class. In addition to a wealth of information, the six-day total immersion program offers global perspective and helps participants effect positive change through the credit union movement.
CUNA Mutual Group’s senior marketing strategist outlines practical tools for helping members plan for retirement.
Governor Chris Gregoire will sign the prize-linked savings bill, successfully bringing to an end months of work by the Association’s legislative affairs staff.