The latest from John Pembroke

- by John Pembroke, CUES

I bet you’d benefit from social learning

Now that the school year is in full swing for our kids, it’s is a great time to reflect on our own learning. One way to direct our reflection ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Deepening our dedication to diversity

CUES has long been committed to having experts with highly diverse perspectives be part of our professional development offerings for two big reasons: 1) being exposed to a diversity of ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

3 ways to win the war for board talent

There’s an old adage that if you want to get something done, find someone busy to do it. And there’s a limited supply of those busy people. Put ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Developing your beta version

A colleague recently shared an article with me titled, “A Nudge for Learners to Stay in a Continuous Beta State,” by Damodar Padhi. In it, Padhi writes about how we ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Growth or recession? 4 ways to become ambidextrous

Some people—about 1 percent of the population—can use their right and left hands equally well. Right now, credit union leaders must learn to be similarly ambidextrous—prepared to ...