About this conference
Catapult your credit union career farther, faster
NAFCU’s 2019 Management and Leadership Institute, October 7-11, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas, will help you take your career to the next level. You'll come away with a full understanding of each credit union function, the confidence to innovate, and the leadership skills to impactfully inspire staff. You'll be trained by the industry's most successful CEOs and experts, and work in groups to apply your learnings to case studies. All in a more affordable, more convenient format than competing leadership programs. Located in one of Travel + Leisure’s Top 15 Cities in the U.S.!
And we'll send your certificate of completion directly to your CEO, to ensure they're aware of your enhanced leadership skills and heightened knowledge of credit union management.
Don’t just take our word for it; watch these 2018 attendees discuss the powerful takeaways they received!
You'll walk away with:
- Everything a credit union leader should know about operating a credit union, including financial management, conducting an accounting cost analysis, risk management, and more
- Effective tools to build and navigate relationships with board members and your peers
- Proven communication techniques to help move projects forward and make you stand out as a credit union leader
- A life-long network of fellow credit union professionals and future leaders
- A free, signed copy of the by NAFCU leaders B. Dan Berger and Anthony Demangone
- Your official NAFCU Management and Leadership certificate mailed directly to your CEO
Who should attend:
- Senior- and mid-level management
- Branch and operations managers
- Entry-level managers with established financial industry experience or at least a bachelor's degree
- All credit unions are welcome!
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