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Tuesday, October 25, 2016
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02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EST
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Callahan & Associates, Inc.
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In 2011, Vantage West Federal Credit Union in Tucson, AZ, was a few years removed from crossing the $1 billion barrier in terms of its assets but on the precipice of even greater growth.
But for the credit union to reach its potential, Sandra Lueders, Vantage West’s vice president of human resources, says all employees needed to be able to articulate the institution’s future goals rather than focusing on the goals of specific departments. Lueders wanted to build a culture that led employees to an all-encompassing view of the institution. She even had a name for it: Culture of Accountability.
“It was success that set us off," Lueders says. "It made us say, 'We’re fortunate and doing the right things, but let’s be more deliberately successful by building a culture we own, shape, understand, and feel engaged by.”
Join Callahan & Associates and Lueders for a discussion on what it means to create a culture of accountability and how to create such a culture within any credit union.
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Related Resource: How To Create A Culture Of Accountability
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