Be a Mentor and Leader; Intentional CU Leadership Develops Skills
Credit union professionals interested in keeping their career moving forward regardless of where they are on the leadership continuum will want to register for the MCUL & Affiliates 2019 Intentional CU Leadership event, heading to Kalamazoo Nov. 5-6.
The leadership development insights are ideal for those who lead themselves, others or their organizations, and is geared for preparing individuals to deal with tougher and tougher issues as the world becomes more complex. Participants can use the training to maintain a competitive edge and remain a shining star who is seen as a mentor and leader.
Pre-event networking the evening of Nov. 5 includes Pete Honsberger leading “Preparing for Leadership.” During the event on Nov. 6 attendees will hear from both Christine Allen on “Resilient Leadership” and Dennis McIntee on “Coaching Skills for Leaders,” and then will decide which speaker to follow for the balance of the day.
Intentional CU Leadership is perfect for those who want to become purposeful in all they do, both personally and professionally. New this year, third-year attendees to Intentional CU Leadership will be recognized with an award worthy of display at home or in the office.
The investment to participate is just $399 per person. For more details about the agenda, facilitators and the leadership recognition, be sure to visit the event website.Go to main navigation