Pioneering business advisors Peter Sheahan and Andy Stefanovich keynoters at NAFCU’s 2014 CEOs and Senior Executives Conference, April 1-3

WASHINGTON, DC ( November 12, 2013) — Credit union CEOs attending the National Association of Federal Credit Unions’ (NAFCU) 2014 CEOs and Senior Executives Conference will learn about innovative ways to improve operations and deliver cutting-edge member service. The conference takes place April 1-3, at Charleston Place in Charleston, S.C. The deadline for early registration savings for association members and nonmembers is Feb. 7.

“Sheahan and Stefanovich’s pioneering approaches to effective decision making will help CEOs and senior executives achieve the fresh perspectives they’ve been looking for,” said Dan Berger, NAFCU’s president and CEO. “With opportunities and challenges constantly arising in the credit union industry, now is the perfect time to acquire new ideas on leadership abilities and business development.”

Sheahan, CEO of ChangeLabs™, is back by popular demand as a keynoter to present specific strategies for influencing staffs’ and clients’ behavior at each level. He is recognized internationally as a prominent business thinker and has worked with some of the world’s leading brands, such as Google and News Corporation. Sheahan is the author of six books, including the international bestsellers “FL!P” and “Generation Y.” He has also been featured in a five-part global series on Innovation on CNBC.

Stefanovich will focus his presentation on leadership through change and growth, providing attendees with inventive, functional methods to improve management and morale. Stefanovich is chief curator and provocateur at Prophet, where he has helped drive innovation leading to marketplace growth at companies like GE. His best-selling book, “Look at More: A Proven Approach to Innovation, Growth and Change,” was cited in Advertising Age as one of the “Ten Marketing Books You Should Have Read.”

Additional conference highlights include:

  • leadership tactics for improving credit union operations;
  • networking opportunities with credit union CEOs and executives; and
  • the current economic landscape and its impact on credit unions.

Visit to learn more about the conference and register.

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