The latest from John Pembroke

- by John Pembroke, CUES

A CEO’s guide to talent development

Talent development today is no longer solely about providing the best pay and opportunities to the top 2 percent of your staff. Instead, it’s about developing and feeding a ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

3 ways partnership is the new leadership

“Is Partnership the New Leadership?” will be the focus of a session at CUES’ Execu/Net in August in Sedona, Ariz. When I reflected on this interesting question, I immediately ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Machetes and maps = training must-haves

A CUES staffer recently talked with a member who had been focused on technical training for employees at his credit union. But now the member was letting the pendulum swing ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Something needs to change on Monday

When CUES plans a learning event, we choose the date. We reserve a great space or employ the best available education technology. We hire the speaker. We provide opportunities for ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

3 business reasons for advancing women

When CUES was considering starting up a digital publication focused on advancing female credit union leaders, our magazine team reached out to industry women who currently lead and who aspire ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

6 executive skills worth paying for

Executives these days won’t say yes to just any compensation package. In fact, according to a January 2018 Credit Union Management magazine article and a new e-book by CUES ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Do you have alignment among your leaders?

The fact that director-level leaders and senior staff at credit unions had different perceptions of governance was evident throughout the research done for The State of CU Governance, 2018, a ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

4 ways to develop talented rookies

I watched the Nov. 12 Bears vs. Packers football game with special interest—and not just because I’m a longtime Bears fan leading a Wisconsin-based association. I was also ...