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Michigan Credit Union League

Leading Self, Others and Organization is Core to Mentoring at Leadership Series

Effectively leading others requires first understanding one's preferences, tendencies, emotional intelligence and leadership style.

During MCUL’s seven-month Leadership @ Eleven series, credit union executives will delve into these areas and then apply that knowledge to the real world to be better leaders of themselves, others and their organizations.

Attendees will learn the importance of building an effective leadership pipeline within their organization and discover how to help others take control of their own development by learning effective ways to mentor and coach.

Limited to 16 seats, the series includes an orientation webinar on March 27, three meet-ups, six one-on-one executive coaching sessions, assessments and assignments. Attendees will leave understanding what makes credit unions unique through multidimensional perspectives and a focus on operational topics, including the management of the board of directors.

Jim Kasch, founding CEO of Darden Employees FCU, will return to Michigan for the three meets-ups taking place in Ann Arbor, Lansing and Mackinac Island. The series will cover how to be action-oriented and decisive, recognizing and accepting the appropriate risks, and how to think systematically and strategically. Focus will be on identifying needs and sparking change, as well as leading change in a way that inspires commitment from the organization.

Leadership @ Eleven is ideal for all C-suite executives and vice presidents. Enrollment is $2,999 per person, which includes a one night stay at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island.

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