The Global Women’s Leadership Network’s (GWLN) brought more than 50 credit union women from 15 U.S. states and Canada together in Richland, Washington last week for the seventh annual Executive Readiness Summit to engage credit union women with thought leaders, industry experts and one another to learn more about how to unlock authentic leadership, what kind of leader they are and can be, as well as the cognitive science behind leadership.
“Hosting the Executive Readiness Summit for GWLN was not just an event; it was a powerful moment of inspiration and pride for our credit union. Bringing together diverse perspectives, fostering leadership development, and championing the growth of women in leadership aligns seamlessly with our commitment to ‘People Helping People’,” said Dolores Broeske, President and CEO of HAPO Community Credit Union. “We are immensely proud to contribute to a platform that empowers individuals to reach new heights, and we believe that through collaborative efforts, we can create lasting positive change within our community and beyond.”
With eight sessions held over two days, presenters focused on authenticity and science to help attendees steer their ships towards leadership and learn how to be an authentic, resonant and inclusive leader. Speakers included:
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