Archive Links

Consumer Archive
CU System Archive
Market Archive
Products Archive
Washington Archive
150x172_CUEffect.jpg
Contacts
LISA MCCUEVICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
MICHELLE WILLITSManaging Editor
RON JOOSSASSISTANT EDITOR
ALEX MCVEIGHSTAFF NEWSWRITER
TOM SAKASHSTAFF NEWSWRITER

News Now

Products
Hone management skills with July audio conferences
MADISON, Wis. (7/8/09)--Credit union management staff can hone their leadership and communication skills with two upcoming audio conferences from the Credit Union National Association this month. On Tuesday, “Managing Inside the Organization” will reveal key management mistakes and help attendees increase their credibility with their employees. Both the traits and common misconceptions of a good manager will be examined. Attendees will also learn tips for controlling employees’ perceptions about management and techniques for creating a positive, high-performance work environment. In the second audio conference, managers can discover communication techniques that will help them get the most from their employees during “Effective Communication for Managers.” It will air July 29 and examine the connection between feedback and productivity, and how to harness positive conflict. The tuition price for a live audio conference is $89 and includes access to its archived version of the event for six months. For more information, use the links.
Other Resources

RSS





print
News Now LiveWire
What role are #creditunions playing in @gatesfoundation's 2030 vision of financial services? Read #NewsNow Monday
9 hours ago
Consumers fear inaccurate info lingers on credit reports, says @FTC study Read @CUNA's News Now: http://t.co/RzNLMnaROO
11 hours ago
@PCUA has formed a @LinkedIn networking group for former bankers turned #creditunion employees.
11 hours ago
.@politico reports Democrats haven't picked the city yet, but their 2016 convention will be held the week of July 25.
11 hours ago
.@cuna, @DCUC_HQ urge @CFPB to exempt #CUs from changes to Military Lending Act rules cuz CUs aren't part of the targeted problem. NN Monday
13 hours ago