The State of Credit Union Succession & Leadership

November 08, 2018 | 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

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The first-ever credit union industry-wide leadership study, which focuses on the most-relevant and most-timely leadership topics, is finally here. The NAFCU Leadership Study engages credit union leaders in robust discussions about issues and realities they face. Commissioned by NAFCU, BFB Gallagher, and DDJ Myers, this groundbreaking study identifies the trends, insights, and opportunities affecting leadership in today’s credit unions in terms of the following:

  • CEO succession planning
  • Women in CU leadership positions
  • Sentiment regarding board compensation
  • Succession planning for Board Chairs and directors

Attendees to this webinar will walk away with a credit union industry research-based understanding of:

  •  Hard data regarding the reality of CEO succession planning
  • Board chair and CEO’s confidence in their identified CEO successor
  • Board chair demographics and director position succession plan readiness
  •  Executives’ perspective regarding the equity of advancement opportunity in the industry
  • Board chairs, CEOs, and executives’ perspective on compensating board members for their contributions
  • Provocative questions to stimulate the right leadership conversations at your credit union

About the Presenter

Peter MyersPeter Myers, MSC, PCC

Peter facilitates professional development programs for executives and management teams, succession planning processes for boards and CEOs, and strategic planning engagements for credit unions nationwide. Weaving together strategy development, critical thinking, and employee engagement to bridge the talent and execution gap is his specialty. On a daily basis, Peter works with teams and boards to unlock and leverage their organizational, team, and individual potential. Peter also co-leads the CEO readiness and talent development program for credit union executives pursuing their next level of career potential and has been a teacher in the award-winning NWCUA/DDJ Myers Emerging Leaders Program since its inception in 2012.