Hanscom FCU graduates second leadership class

HANSCOM AFB, MA (February 12, 2020) — Eight Hanscom Federal Credit Union employees have graduated from the credit union’s most recent L.E.A.D. (Leadership Education and Development) program, designed to help those without formal management experience develop the skills and attributes needed for leadership positions within the organization.

“We’ve continuously recognized the value of our employees, but noticed that some were being passed over for promotions because they lacked management experience on their résumés,” said Mike Rzeszutek, Assistant V.P. of Sales and Service for Hanscom FCU. “Growth is incredibly valuable for both the credit union and the employees themselves, and we see it as an investment to teach these crucial skills to our promising employees. L.E.A.D. was created so that we could empower them to reach for and attain the higher-level roles they desire.”

This second class of leader trainees were nominated by their managers or senior management. The program included classroom time, a mentoring program, departmental visits, and a leadership book club. There are additional L.E.A.D. classes planned for 2020, as well as an additional course for graduates of the first L.E.A.D. program focused on even more advanced leadership skills.

Graduates of Hanscom FCU’s L.E.A.D. (Leadership Education and Development) program with their mentors.

About Hanscom Federal Credit Union

Hanscom Federal Credit Union is a purpose-driven organization based in Littleton, MA, empowering its members to achieve financial wellness. Guided by its five core values of Members First, Integrity, Teamwork, Innovation and Empathy, Hanscom FCU serves more than 95,000 members across the country and overseas through 21 branches, more than 100,000 surcharge-free ATMs, 5,000 service centers, and a web-based branch. The credit union holds $1.9 billion in assets. Follow Hanscom FCU on FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, and Twitter, and check out our MoneyWisdom blog today.


Alexander Caswell
Regan Communications Group




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