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As credit unions navigate unprecedented times, it becomes even more critical to lead with a purpose-driven lens and make a positive impact on your employees, members, and communities. Research shows organizations that lead with purpose — those that truly put purpose at the forefront of every decision, at every level — do better financially and are able to hire and retain better talent. Their members and communities clearly benefit as well.
During this webinar, we'll explore the process BECU used and how their purpose statement acts as a strategic filter to help make decisions about the cooperative's future. Join Tom Berquist, marketing and co-op affairs for BECU ($22.7B, Tukwila, WA), for an interactive discussion about how the credit union defined its purpose and strategic direction.
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