This is a summer of discontent. Streets in many American cities, from Portland OR to Phoenix to Washington DC are filled with protesters demanding more opportunity, and better treatment for people of color.
What does this have to do with credit union people?
Potentially a lot.
Continue reading “Memo to Credit Unions: Embrace Diversity Now”
A couple of years ago, I ran into a good friend of mine in the credit union industry. He asked what I had been up to, and I mentioned I had written a book for credit unions, Credit Union 2.0. We discussed the book and I offered to send him a copy.
He responded, “Don’t bother. I don’t read books.”
Continue reading “The Ten Best Credit Union Books for Management”
A question is getting asked these days that you probably never thought would be on the minds of credit union executives: should we get involved in cannabis banking?
Continue reading “Up in Smoke: Cannabis, Credit Unions, and You”
States and businesses continue searching for safe ways to reopen while the Covid-19 virus spreads across the country. It’s a stressful endeavor, and one that must be done strategically. If not done well and thoughtfully, businesses like credit unions risk frustrating and alienating people.
Continue reading “Three Tips for Opening during Covid-19”
Social distancing has been easy for only a few of us. For most, it’s been… difficult. Many of the CU 2.0 team have replaced a social life and recreational activities with work. It’s stressful, but we all cope how we can.
Continue reading “Things We’ve Learned from Quarantine”