Welcome to the CUInsight Minute, sixty seconds from our Publisher & CEO Lauren Culp with the top three of our favorite things from the week.
Mentioned this week:
The NFL, the war for talent, and COVID-19
by JOHN PEMBROKE, CUES
Hearing the bad economic news of our nation’s high unemployment rate, credit unions might be tempted to think that no one is hiring or developing talent during the current pandemic. Nothing could be further from the truth. (read more)
Why Diversity, Equity and Inclusion should always be a part of the conversation
by RONALDO HARDY, CREDIT UNION STRATEGIC PLANNING
The recent murder of George Floyd has incited a range of emotions in our country. Sparks of anxiety, unrest, frustration, sadness, anger, confusion and concern abound, just to name a few. Our country is at an apparent impasse right now. We are faced with a great opportunity to move the needle on issues that have plagued us for longer than any of us have been living. (read more)
Is Your Company Actually Fighting Racism, or Just Talking About It?
by KIRA HUDSON BANKS and RICHARD HARVEY, HBR
The wave of uprisings across the nation have made it clear that police brutality disproportionately impacting Black Americans is out of hand. Many businesses have sought to distance themselves from such violence with statements and pledges. (read more)
Webinar: Three Ways to Reach Young Members During COVID-19
by ZOGO and CUInsight
June 17, 2020: The average age of a credit union member is 47. What will it be in 5 years? 10 years? 20 years? Blockbuster, flip phones, and floppy disk drives used to be essential, but today, they’re no longer part of our lives. With a rapidly changing landscape, especially during and post-COVID-19, we don’t want credit unions to lose relevance either. For that, we need younger people participating in the credit union movement. (read more)