The latest from John Pembroke

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Don’t relegate learning to nationally designated months

Last month, the CUES staff delivered on our organizational value to “actively pursue learning” by celebrating Black History Month with a series of educational activities. For example, team members played ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

The value of thinking broadly about leadership learning

Leadership matters because leaders who inspire extraordinarily performing teams are the ultimate advantage for any organization—whether that organization is a business, a nonprofit or a sports team. In this ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

What’s NEXT for talent leadership?

Successful credit unions have long adapted to market conditions. As interest rates have changed, they’ve re-examined their loan portfolio concentrations. As new players have come into the market, they’...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Your best people strategy for 2022

It’s often said that “your people are your greatest asset.” But in fact, your greatest asset is the right people with the right resources and knowledge in the right ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Talent development: A party plus a plan

It has been said that leading scientists grumble when it’s time to pause their research, write a paper about their most recent findings and attend a conference to share ...

- by John Pembroke, CUES

Your 2022 talent road map

There’s probably nothing a CEO, executive or HR leader would pay more for than an accurate and reliable picture of what is to come. While I can’t provide ...