Presidential lessons for credit union leadership training

You aren’t cutting deals with Congress. You aren’t Commander-in-Chief. You aren’t running a country. But you are a leader. People look to you for direction and inspiration. They follow you, and you have a responsibility to lead them well.

America’s presidential administrations have lessons (both good and bad) that can help inform your community bank and credit union leadership training.

Here are three examples of presidential leadership and what you can learn from them.

1. Warren G. Harding

Let’s start with an example of what not to do as a leader.


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