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CUNA HRTD Council Conference set for April
MADISON, Wis. (2/4/10)--Registration and conference information is now available for the 16th annual CUNA HR/TD Council Conference. The conference will be held April 11-14, in Orlando, Fla. General sessions include an economics update by Mike Schenk, vice president of economics at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA); “Heading Towards Virtual: The Concept Of Personal Bankers” by Tony Ward Smith, president, Ward & Company: Performance Counsel to Credit Unions; and leadership sessions from Kirk Weisler, speaker and author, and Dave Timmons, leadership artist. “In today’s fast-paced economy, time is of the essence when planning strategies for success,” said Jennifer Morse, vice president, human resources at Empower FCU in Syracuse, N.Y. and chair of the CUNA HR/TD Council. “Credit unions must invest in the potential of every employee, and this year’s conference will help credit unions succeed by strengthening their most important asset: people.” Attendees can earn up to 15 recertification hours toward their Professional in Human Resources, Senior Professional in Human Resources and Global Professional in Human Resources recertifications through the Human Resource Certification Institute. Three certification credits are offered to attendees of the pre-conference workshop and 12 to those attending general sessions and breakouts. Additional topics include:
* An introduction to social media for human resources; * General employment law update for 2010; * Business continuity; * Team building and coaching workshops; and * Compensation trends.
The council serves human relations and training development professionals at credit unions. For more information, use the link.
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