CUES 2015 CEO Institute I sells out, summer session added
MADISON, WI (December 10, 2014) — For the second year running, enrollment for CUES’ CEO Institute I has reached capacity, and a second session added to meet demand.
The summer session of CEO Institute I: Strategic Planning will be August 16-21, 2015, at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
CUES’ flagship program, CEO Institute is a challenging academic and leadership program tailored specifically for credit union executives. It is held at three of the nation’s most respected business schools:
– CEO Institute I: Strategic Planning, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
– CEO Institute II: Organizational Effectiveness, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
– CEO Institute III: Strategic Leadership Development, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Executives who complete all three years of the CEO Institute program and two post-segment projects earn their Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designation. This highly respected title reflects the qualities of leadership strengthened throughout the three segments, and is considered a valuable asset in succession planning and recruitment practices.
Since 1995, 908 credit union executives have completed the three program segments; 94% of those who attended CEO Institute have reported receiving a promotion.
Visit cues.org/institutes( http://www.cues.org/institutes) for more information.
CUES( http://www.cues.org) is a Madison, Wisconsin-based, independent, not-for-profit, international membership association for credit union executives. CUES’ mission is to educate and develop credit union CEOs, directors and future leaders.
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