Humanidei News Archives

Succession planning leads to success

Succession planning leads to success

Since joining the Humanidei team in my role as Executive Development Partner just a few months ago, I have had countless conversations with credit union professionals about the future leadership of their credit unions. These [...]

DEI champions: Burning out or burning bright?

DEI champions: Burning out or burning bright?

In the summer of 2020, the DEI profession was among the fastest growing occupations in America. Fortune 500 companies were adding first-ever, executive-level DEI leaders, and credit unions were, too. The only problem? While the [...]

2022: The year of the soft start

2022: The year of the soft start

The last Friday before his winter break, I was driving my son to school, peppering him with questions and conversation starters meant to add energy and inspiration to his day and being met with the [...]

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage month is here again! You are probably starting to see messages on social media and maybe even posters promoting local events. But what is National Hispanic Heritage Month? National Hispanic Heritage month [...]

All people are different people
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All people are different people
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In August 2020, Ted Lasso gave me some unexpected moments of joy. As the title character of the Apple TV comedy series, Jason Sudeikis plays Lasso, an American football coach who stumbles into work coaching [...]

The DEI journey: Listen and learn

The DEI journey: Listen and learn

What does it mean to be “woke”? Merriam-Webster defines it as slang and means, “to be aware of and actively attentive to the important facts and issues (especially issues of racial and social justice).”  As [...]