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The 1 conference session to feature Canadian singer
MADISON, Wis. (4/28/10)--Bernard Lachance, a noted Canadian singer, has been added to the lineup of ‘The 1 Credit Union Conference,’ a joint venture of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU). Lachance, who has sold more than 30,000 CDs, will share his story in a breakout session, “Innovation on a Shoestring.” Lachance’s innovative one-to-one approach of selling tickets landed him an appearance on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” The 1 Credit Union Conference will be held in Las Vegas July 11-14. Other keynote speakers include bestselling author Jim Collins, who wrote “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap ... and Others Don’t.” Collins will speak about how credit unions can go from “good to great” in serving their members. Kevin “the Katalyst” Carroll also will speak. He founded Kevin Carroll Katalyst LLC and is the author of “Rules of the Red Rubber Ball,” “What’s Your Red Rubber Ball?!” and “The Red Rubber Ball at Work,” which inspire businesses, organizations and individuals to embrace their spirit of play and creativity to maximize their human potential to sustain meaningful business and personal growth. Carroll’s keynote session, “Credit Unions: Uncommon Catalysts Turning Dreams into Reality,” Credit union leaders will discover new ways of thinking and problem solving to build a productive, passionate credit union team to better serve members, says CUNA and WOCCU.
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