Cooperative Strategy

Boards & Volunteers

By Sharon Simpson | May 12, 2014

Youth advisory boards help financial institutions connect with a new demographic on its own terms.

By Sharon Simpson | April 28, 2014

Associate and emeritus positions prepare new members for board responsibilities and pass on institutional knowledge from veteran members.

By Rebecca Wessler | April 28, 2014

This week on CreditUnions.com, developing future leaders, promoting internally versus hiring externally, transitioning board members, and more.

 

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By Drew Grossman | Jan. 28, 2014

Board chair Stephen Crow talks about the makeup of the board at Heritage Federal, its responsibilities, and how the board stays current on changes in the industry.

By Alix Patterson | Aug. 12, 2013

Today’s financial services marketplace requires more from the board, and the roles and responsibilities of its members are expanding.

By Drew Grossman | Aug. 12, 2013

Travis Credit Union’s volunteer training program develops ambassadors and primes members for leadership roles.

By Aaron Pugh | Aug. 12, 2013

A by-the-numbers look at the benefits and drawbacks of term limits for board members.

By Sharon Simpson | Aug. 12, 2013

Recognition and appreciation helps a credit union attract responsible, committed directors.

By Sharon Simpson | Aug. 12, 2013

A Minnesota credit union relies on its board’s diversity and desire for education to enhance its performance.

By Sean Hession | Aug. 7, 2013

Unlocking your board’s full potential is a complex undertaking. Without board confidence, no governance model will be successful.