Management/Leadership Archives

Lift employees with these leadership traits

Lift employees with these leadership traits

Great leaders don't get to where they are through force or fear; rather, it's achieved by building trust and loyalty. There is a lot that goes into attaining that type of relationship with your employees, [...]

Have a financially healthy holiday!

Have a financially healthy holiday!

It is September and if you were to step into a few stores, you would think the holidays start tomorrow! Ornaments, decorations, cards, wrapping, and trees are all available already. This made me wonder about [...]

Deepening our dedication to diversity

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 thinking promotes learning and 2) [...]

I am not the best mom, but a mom with purpose

I am not the best mom, but a mom with purpose

I am not the best mom. I’m a good mom and a strong mom. I’m a take no-shit kind of mom. I say things – inappropriate things, snarky things, tongue-in-cheek kinds of things. I [...]

The SPECS model

The SPECS model

Consumer expectations continue to evolve. Credit unions must evolve with them to stay relevant.  But specifically, how? GCS suggests following the SPECS. Stemming from years of qualitative and quantitative consumer research, GCS has identified the [...]

Advancing women in the credit union industry

Advancing women in the credit union industry

What do you want from your life? Personally? Professionally? Financially? In the latest issue of Advancing Women, we bring you a video from  Bridget Grimes, CFP, founder of WealthChoice, who discusses financial freedom and what [...]