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OpSS Council conference focuses on leadership
MADISON, Wis. (8/11/08)--Credit union professionals will learn what to focus on to build stronger, more successful industry leaders with a general session presentation at the 11th annual CUNA Operations, Sales and Service (OpSS) Council Conference, Sept. 17-20 in Williamsburg, Va. In his presentation, Mark Elliott, president, Onboarding Services, will discuss “The Leadership That Really Determines Success.” Tapping 25 years of experience in executive recruitment and coaching, Elliott will share what makes great leaders. He also will debunk several myths that often confuse the leadership development process and offer a practical approach for leadership development. During the “You Have the Power” general session presentation, consultant Carol Schillios will focus on how to take charge and make choices to achieve goals. Motivational speaker Steve Sobel will offer the keys to building enduring relationships and enjoying future opportunities in his “Leadership and Life Lessons” presentation. The conference also includes a number of other sessions covering: growth strategies, hot topic compliance issues, generating deposits, branch delivery efficiency, sales culture development, call centers, social engineering and fraud, and more. For more information, use the link.
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