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Leadership and Value:
Opportunities in Credit Union Board Governance
Warren Buffet once called corporate boards “tail-wagging puppy dogs,” and credit union boards should take that as a caution. Volunteer boards display a broad range of competence and engagement.
This candid discussion reflects on several Filene research reports on credit union governance practices and takes aim at both the good and the bad, while prescribing real-world responses through exposure to:
- Tracking the relationship between credit union governance and performance
- Best practices from North American credit unions
- Who really owns credit unions? And who’s really in charge?
- How can boards add more value?
- Executive leadership aptitude
Who should attend?
- Board of Directors
- Supervisory Committee
- Senior Management
Meet the presenter:
As Filene Research Institute’s Chief Impact Officer, Tansley Stearns moves the best of Filene’s research and innovation into action. With more than 14 years of credit union leadership experience across a variety of functional areas, she knows how to help an organization move ideas forward to drive business results. She has a passion for learning, creating, and executing.
Tansley was one of the original credit union professionals chosen to be a participant in Filene’s i3 innovation program. In her three years with i3, she worked with other credit union executives to create innovative projects including SmartScore, Decision Point, and Debt in Focus. Credit Union Times named her a Trailblazer 40 Below in 2013. In her previous roles at credit unions she was responsible for developing and implementing strategy, and leading and driving business with all frontline teams.
When not actively executing new ideas, Tansley can be found running marathons or dancing to the Dave Matthews Band with her daughter.
$195 for League Member
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