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Motivation repossessions topics of audio conferences
MADISON, Wis. (7/15/09)--Motivating employees in the current economy and understanding the legalities of repossessions are the topics of two upcoming audio conferences in August from the Credit Union National Association. “How to Motivate and Lead Your Staff in This Economy” will teach new motivation techniques to motivate employees that go beyond the ordinary. The Aug. 5 offering identifies what employees really want from their jobs and what makes them productive and loyal. The session will reveal the five cravings that employees need satisfied to be happy. Also, credit union lending and collection staff can gain a better understanding of the legal processes involved in repossessions during another Aug. 5 audio conference, “Repossession and Surrender of Collateral.” The offering will discuss who should be on the loss-prevention team, common factors that trigger repossession of collateral, what to do with that collateral, legal issues that impact the sale of repossessions and surrendered collateral, automatic stays and collateralized loans. The tuition for a live audio conference is $89 and includes access to the archived version of the event for six months. For more information, use the links:
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