TEAM Resource’s “Doorways to Success Series: Financial Mastery” is a new approach to learning credit union financials, which are a requirement for all credit union board members as well as a tremendous value for all those who rely on ratios and balance sheets to keep the credit union running. The TEAM Resources Doorways to Success Series: Financial Mastery is a series of five videos taught by Tim Harrington, CPA. Tim has an international reputation for his ability to communicate complex financial concepts into plain language and images.
An on-demand webinar series designed exclusively for supervisory committee members, the sessions focus on training issues specific to the needs of the supervisory committee. The Supervisory Committee Academy has partnered with well-known subject matter experts to provide the highest quality training.
The first video in the series, Basic Duties & Responsibilities, is available to credit unions at no charge.
As the populations you serve and the employees who staff your credit union become more and more diverse, it’s important to have a strong understanding of what diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is and what that means for your organization. This free recorded eSchool from the Credit Union National Association will discuss what DEI is, why it is important for your credit union and how to implement practices to best serve the people who interact with your credit union.
The National Credit Union Foundation partnered with CUNA to host the eSchool Putting Empathy in Action During a Pandemic, which consisted of 4 sessions led by Foundation Director of DE & Cooperative Culture, Chad Helminak.
Values are what guide us to make good business decisions in the best interest of our members, our employees, and organizations.
The National Credit Union Foundation’s Exploring Our Values free learning resource helps you reflect on how your role and values intersect with the mission of your organization and broader credit union movement to reinforce the “why” behind the work you do every day. This self-guided course pairs exploration of values with the fundamentals of credit unions’ cooperative structure, principles and history using key lessons from the signature Development Education (DE) Program.