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Tuesday, August 14, 2018
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Callahan & Associates, Inc.
Join senior leaders at Callahan & Associates for a webinar series that addresses why credit unions need to ask tough questions. Register for the entire series to explore how larger trends in a variety of fields apply to the credit union industry, how to frame new strategies for your credit union, and how to pinpoint what your organization is already doing well as well as what it could do better.
Session 3: “Answering Tough Questions For Your Credit Union”
Callahan & Associates kicked off 2018 with one big idea: Are credit unions asking the tough questions? Now, we’d like to share an overview of some of the common themes we’ve heard during our discussions with senior leadership teams across the country.
Join Jon Jeffreys, managing partner of Callahan & Associates, for a discussion about the tough questions credit unions are asking and what steps leaders everywhere can take to ensure their credit union remains relevant to its members.
Participants will learn:
Related Reading: "A Big Idea For 2018: Asking Tough Questions"
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