Registration Soars for Agenda Topics at Spring Leadership Development Conference for CEOs and Volunteers 

January board meetings have come and gone at credit unions throughout Michigan, which is evidenced by soaring registration numbers for the Spring Leadership Development Conference, taking place March 15-17 at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mount Pleasant.

Credit union CEOs received a packet of information about the conference to distribute to directors, and the conference was an agenda topic for most board members to review last month. With increased competition in the marketplace, the need for informational foresight for planning and the many ever-changing regulatory requirements facing credit unions, attending the Spring Leadership Development Conference is being viewed as a necessity by many participants.

The event features an extensive agenda with a wide selection of breakout sessions, including BSA and CFPB topics. Well-known industry consultant Tim Harrington will deliver the keynote, "Are You a Credit Union of the Future?" and stay to deliver two other presentations including "Leadership and Succession Planning for the Board". CEOs will be pleased to find an optional session specifically for them, a "CFPB Roundtable Discussion for CEOs."

Now is the time to register and secure hotel accommodations for the Spring Leadership Development Conference, which for the first-time includes limited rooms at a negotiated rate that are available at the Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel, a new nearby family-friendly accommodations option. To learn more about the event and register, click here.

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