Each year, the National Young Leaders Committee, a committee of CCUA, holds a leadership intensive called CU NextGen. CU NextGen is an event where high-potential emerging leaders from throughout the Canadian credit union system gather to receive unparalleled leadership training, build relationships with emerging and senior leaders, and leave feeling energized about the credit union movement as well as their futures within it.
The one and a half day CU NEXTGEN™ Leadership Intensive will be held Sunday, May 7 to Monday, May 8, 2017 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We wanted to make sure you have the opportunity to register—space is limited and based on a first-come, first serve basis.
This year, Gregg Brown from Tidal Shift will lead participants through a thought-provoking program focused on change resiliency. In addition to exploring why change can be challenging, the program will introduce seven “change muscles” that help individuals use their energy more effectively as they move through the adaptation process. Attendees will receive individual feedback on their own resilience, and engage in exercises that provide practice in applying each of the characteristics. They will leave with an action plan for strengthening their own, and their team’s resilience, providing tangible takeaways for leaders at all levels of the credit union system.
Following the full-day change resiliency workshop, young leaders will participate in the exclusive Human Library learning and networking session. From there, they will continue their learning along-side leaders from across the Canadian credit union system as they actively participate in “Charting the Course” – CCUA’s 2017 National Conference for Canada’s Credit Unions.