Mark Wolff – CUNA Communications
Amy Nigrelli – CUNA Marketing
Madison, WI (May 22, 2012) – Lee Silber, bestselling author of “The Wild Idea Club,” will kick-off CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School, July 30-August 2 at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas, NV. For school and registration information, visit training.cuna.org/fuse.
Lee Silber, a former surf shop owner who became the bestselling author of “The Wild Idea Club,” will be speaking at the CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School on what he calls the Triple Bottom Line: People. Passion. Process. Lee will show credit union branch managers and business development professionals how to motivate their staff by finding ways to accommodate their talents and help them get the most out of their careers. In doing so, Lee argues, each staff member will form a passion for the credit union movement and strive to make their local credit union stronger by finding the most efficient ways to operate.
The CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School provides credit union branch managers and business development professionals the opportunity to network with other professionals and explore techniques to blend duties at their credit union. This conference will examine traditional barriers between these two departments and discuss possible solutions to blend responsibilities and maximize efficiencies that encourage growth in credit unions.
- Branch Management
- Business Development & Retention
- Leadership & Staff Development
Attendees will also have the chance to network with credit union professionals outside of their area of expertise and collaborate to discover new solutions. The flexible format of the school allows attendees to pick and choose which sessions to attend, encouraging business development and branch management professionals to step outside of their traditional mode of thinking and discover new ways to operate.
More information about Lee Silber can be found on his website at www.leesilber.com.
To learn more about the CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School and to register, visit training.cuna.org/fuse.
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