Liz Henderson of Maps Wins Emerging Leaders Scholarship

The scholarship, sponsored by Strategic Link, gives Henderson free tuition to transformational leadership program.

What Makes A Successful Credit Union CEO – Personality Traits or Leadership Skills?

Hiring and developing a successful credit union CEO can’t be reduced to a formula. But the surprising results of a recent Filene Research Institute study could help guide your credit union in the right direction during its next CEO search.

Express Credit Union Partners with City of Seattle to Help Vulnerable Consumers Gain Basic Financial Skills

When the city of Seattle opens six “Financial Empowerment Centers” in 2014 to help vulnerable consumers gain fundamental financial skills, Community Tellers from Express Credit Union and Express Advantage will play a significant role.

Vote Now for the Northwest’s Next Emerging Credit Union Leader

Three finalists have been chosen for the NWCUA’s Emerging Leaders Contest. Visit the NWCUA online to learn more about each applicant and to cast your vote for the candidate you think deserves to attend the Emerging Leaders Program at no cost.

Does Your Credit Union’s Lending Department Need a ‘Business-Model Expert?’

The Business Lending School has opened enrollment for an intense six-month training course offering immersion-level training in both a classroom and credit union setting. “When it comes to business lending,” said instructor Robert Hogan, “if attending business-lender training prevents one commercial loan from going bad, they would have paid for training for the entire credit union.”

Are You Leaving Your Board Makeup to Chance?

Yvonne Evers is the owner of YME Coaching & Consulting, LLC, and has been driving credit union leadership and board success for over 20 years. Here she explains taking a proactive approach to building a credit union board.

Try These Stress Busters!

Brown & Brown, the independent insurance and benefits firm, presents 10 stress relievers.