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2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School(5)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y(5)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y(6)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School(6)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.

2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School(2)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y(2)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.

2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School(1)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y(1)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y(4)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School(4)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.

World Council Offers Webinar On Reaching Gen Y(3)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/7/13)--The World Council of Credit Unions is offering a free, Dec. 5 webinar on how credit unions can reach Gen Y--those elusive 20- and 30-somethings--and communicate the credit union difference through social media.
 
"Credit unions offer an inherent benefit based on member ownership and cooperative values, but few institutions understand how to communicate the credit union difference in a meaningful and effective way to Gen Y consumers," the World Council notes in its promotional materials.
 
The one-hour seminar, scheduled for 2-3 p.m. (CST), is based on a top-rated session attended by more than 400 credit union executives during this year's World Credit Union Conference. The webinar is offered as part of the World Council's "Build the Brand" program, created to develop strategies for credit unions to reach a younger audience through social media.
 
The scheduled presenters are:
  • Shel Holtz, Holtz Communication + Technology, California, an accredited business communicator and regular speaker on topics surrounding the application of online technology to strategic organizational communication;
  • Russell Allert, Queenslanders CU, Australia, who specializes in social media marketing, online marketing campaigns and social networking; and,
  • Tara Bross, Linn Area CU, Iowa, an award-winning marketing and graphic design expert.
The program will focus on the following three areas: The Gen Y profile and how credit union values match those of this important market segment; social media strategies to effectively reach Gen Y, and; real-life success stories from the United States and Australia. The webinar is sponsored by Vancity CU, Vancouver, Canada.

Use the resource link for registration information.  The second resource link goes to a time-zone converter provided by the World Council. A recording of the webinar will be available 24 to 48 hours after its completion.

2014 Dates Announced For CUNA Enterprise Risk Management School(3)

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MADISON, Wis. (11/8/13)--Registration has opened for the CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives, which will be held April 27-30 in Miami, Fla., said the Credit Union National Association.
 
The program, held in partnership with The Rochdale Group, a team of enterprise risk management (ERM) experts, provides credit union leaders with the skills and resources to establish a dependable risk management culture at their credit unions. 
 
"Enterprise risk management has emerged as one of the hottest topics in the industry," said Todd Spiczenski, senior vice president, CUNA Center for Professional Development. "We are seeing more and more successful credit unions incorporate an ERM approach to decision-making and risk management."

The Rochdale Group experts, Scott W. Hood and Jeff Owen, will walk attendees through the big concepts, the crucial details and their own insights. Their sessions will cover topics including:
  • Understanding ERM--Introduction to ERM Fundamentals;
  • ERM Roles and Responsibilities;
  • Board Liability;
  • Strategic Planning and Risk Roles;
  • Risk Appetite; and
  • Governance of ERM--Managing the ERM Program.
After four days of ERM-specific training, networking opportunities with other credit union decision-makers and expert advice from The Rochdale Group, CUNA Enterprise Risk Management for Directors & Executives will empower credit union leaders to thrive responsibly in today's competitive financial industry, CUNA said.

Use the link for registration and program details.