Credit Unions Get Strategic at Executive Summit
When credit union C-suite leaders head to the MCUL & Affiliates 2018 Executive Summit, Sept. 12–14 at The Inn at Bay Harbor, they will spend time with experts delving into the latest CUNA Environmental Scan data and exploring strategic planning.
Attendees will gather in two groups based on asset size for "Strategic Issues Discussions" and conversations on trends most relevant to their credit unions. Jim Kasch, principal at the consulting firm Canidae, LLC and the founding CEO for Darden Employees Federal Credit Union, will lead the discussion for credit unions with assets $90 million and above, while Tonya Voltolina, founder of Eleven Performance Group who specializes in executive leadership development, will meet with participants from credit unions with assets under $90 million.
CU Solutions Group SVP Brandi Stankovic will keep the conversation going the next day with a presentation on "How to Be a Strategic Planning Pro." She will explore how to take healthy risks from a leadership perspective, elevate the conversation and get the most out of people and vendors, and help credit unions understand how strategic planning in the future will require driving relevance through field engagement, making member impact, maximizing volunteers and utilizing cooperative technology.
The Executive Summit is popular for its outstanding birds-eye view agenda and peer-to-peer networking, set in a tranquil getaway destination. Hotel rooms are being held at a negotiated rate until Aug. 20 at the Inn at Bay Harbor and rooms are currently limited. If assistance is needed with accommodations, please contact Emily Thelen.Go to main navigation