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A recent informal poll of our CU 2.0 credit union Facebook group asked, “What do you miss most about conferences?”
All of the answers mentioned meeting people. Colleagues, peers, vendors, everyone. Notably absent:
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Credit union profitability is sliding downward. One consultant, Megan Cummins at Fiserv-owned Raddon Performance Analytics, insists that the fix is to nurture a sales culture within them.
Continue reading “Selling 101: Do Credit Unions and Selling Play Well Together?”
A year ago, organizations around the country scrambled to limit in-person work. Remote work boomed. But do credit union work from home policies cause employee burnout?
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Know this about Pete Crear: He was the first to win the lifetime achievement award from the African American Credit Union Coalition – and when they gave him the award in 2003 they decided to name it after him.
The roster of Pete Crear Lifetime Achivement Award winners is now a dazzling hall of fame of credit union heroes and heroines, including several who have been in the CU 2.0 Podcast – Bill Bynum and Bert Hash, Jr.
The podcast opens with how Crear felt when he was told that, not only did he win the award, it was now named after him. You will like his authenticity.
Just who is Pete Crear? Here’s the press release that went out when he retired as CEO of WOCCU, the World Council of Credit Unions.
Continue reading “CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 136 Pete Crear A Distinguished Credit Union Life”
Just when you thought ATMs had to be going down for the count—and, honestly, who didn’t think that as the pandemic took hold?—the rumbling is loud that ATMs are emerging as a low cost branch replacement option.
Continue reading “Doubling Down on ATMs: Return from the Death”