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Strategic planning is about the big picture, and about setting the direction of your credit union. It's as much about what you won't do as what you will. Strategic planning gets at the very heart of your credit union to establish what goals you have and how to get to them. Successful strategic plans are straightforward competitive approaches that articulate how your credit union will get from where it is to where you want it to be with tangible competitive advantages. More than buzzwords restating the obvious, effective strategic plans distinguish what is possible and probable, compelling you to stake opportunity-focused claims on the members, markets, and industry spaces where you believe your credit union can be in the lead. An alliance between your CEO and Board, strategic planning excellence delineates a series of objectives, identifies areas where a credit union will contend or endeavor, and recognizes exclusive advantages that allow for success. All the more profitable are exhaustive - but not exhausting - strategies that fulfill your members' needs, coincide with your credit union's potential and - most significant - go beyond what your competitors present. Includes afternoon case study on oversight of strategy through endless change and innovative revenue opportunities. What would you do? Share your thoughts and learn from others, too.
Great boards and supervisory committees have great dynamics among their fellow members. Contemporary research points to a parallel between successful dynamics and overall value for a credit union. Further, at credit union conferences around the land, the vast majority of volunteers questioned indicated that great boards and committees are a significant part of credit union success. What makes a credit union board or committee move from good to great? Dynamics, and meticulous attention to the details involved. The devil is in the dynamics. Operations and development can easily be overlooked, but is important for the wellbeing of your governance team. Boards and supervisory committees must work together with one voice for the good of your credit union. Maintaining productive dynamics is a practice, not a one-time assignment. Good dynamics help develop the effectiveness of every individual and the fine points of governance. Learn how to build your board and supervisory committee - now - and for the future, and create one voice through team building, communications, differing opinions, and consensus.
The board only has one employee, the CEO. The board's role in overseeing the CEO is critical to the mission and objectives of the credit union. During this session, you will discuss:
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