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CUNA fuses branch managers biz developer schools
MADISON, Wis. (4/7/10)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is fusing its Branch Management Institute and Business Development School into one event--CUNA FUSE 2010: An Institute for Branch Managers and Business Development School. The new fused school will meet Oct. 25-28 in Nashville, Tenn. CUNA FUSE 2010 will offer business development, branch management and leadership topics. The closing general session will help attendees create a personal action plan to implement when they return to their credit unions. “Over the last few years we have seen an increase in the number of branch managers taking on business development responsibilities and attending our Business Development School,” said Meghann Dawson, CUNA instructional design manager. “The same is true for business development professionals attending our Branch Management Institute. Aligning the two programs to address the evolving responsibilities of both professions is the best solution in helping them achieve their goals and exceed expectations.” Featured sessions include:
* Branch Management and Business Development: Partnering for Success; * Communicating with Impact and Influence: Building Your Business and Team; and * Transferring What You’ve Learned to What You’ll Do.
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