Become an Admired Leader by Those You Work For, Work With and Work to Inspire!
September 28, 2016 |
Downtown Market Grand Rapids
(Pre-Event Activity the Evening of September 27)
Five Habits of the Most Productive Leaders | Tim Harrington
One of Three "Idea Exchange" Sessions
Great leaders come in all shapes and sizes. Leaders are not perfect…no, far from it. They often have weaknesses and oddities that make you do a double take. But leaders tend to have habits and follow practices that help them achieve leadership success. Tim will share insights he has gathered from his experience consulting with corporate leaders from across the country to reveal Five Habits of the Most Productive Leaders.
About Tim Harrington
Tim is an author, consultant and speaker who has worked with credit unions in 48 states, two territories, Canada and Mexico. His progressive ideas and broad knowledge of credit union issues has made Tim a valuable resource for credit unions nationwide. Tim has spoken to tens of thousands of credit union volunteers and staff and continues to inspire them to improve their credit unions.
Since 1996, Tim has been President of TEAM Resources, a firm providing consulting, strategic planning, and training to credit unions from coast-to-coast. TEAM Resources’ clients range from a few million in assets to the billions in assets.
Tim’s book "Eisenhower on Enlightened Leadership" has inspired and delighted credit union and non-credit union personnel nationwide. In his presentation on the book, Tim helps people realize that Leadership skills are something people can develop. He uses the fascinating example of General “Ike” Eisenhower as he inspired American and Allied troops to bounce back after being soundly beaten at the start of World War II and drive toward victory.
Tim was formerly a partner with the nation’s 3rd largest auditor of credit unions, known today as CliftonLarsonAllen. Because of his knowledge, wit and unpretentious delivery, Tim is a much sought after speaker in the credit union movement. He is on the faculty of the CUNA Finance for Non-Financial Managers and Volunteers School, the CUNA Volunteer Certification School and CUNA Management School. Tucson, Arizona has been home since 1980, though Tim is a native of Montana and holds a bachelor's in business administration in accounting from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.Go to main navigation