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Uncertainties shouldn’t dissuade an honest reflection on whether leadership teams have the right tools to tackle the tasks at hand.
Credit unions have been making decisions based on perceived outcomes rather than purpose. That needs to change.
Many credit unions talk about mission, vision, and values. But even a guiding light requires people to look up and follow it.
Doing the right thing is a business model that combines profit, passion, and the pursuit of happiness.
Challenging the reticent and pushing for actionable insight from naysayers can enliven a stagnant feedback loop and push company culture forward.
A family reunion fracas spurs some thought about why it's important to prepare everyone in an organization to tell its story.
Growing a productive company culture requires different care for “annuals” and “perennials.”
Defining what makes the credit union different can be the key to ensuring employees articulate that difference in word and deed.
In episode No. 939, Callahan's SVP Katy Slater discusses how credit unions can benefit by standing up for financial access and equality.
A book about culture prompts deeper thinking about the importance of multiple teams in support of the movement.