Eric Dillon, CEO of Conexus Credit Union, explains why the Saskatchewan CU Advance competition is important to the future of credit unions. Credit Unions are at a crossroads. While the expectations of our members are increasing, so are the expectations and standards of the regulatory environment.
Over the past few weeks I have had the opportunity to have some really great conversations with bright minds in the Credit Union system. We discussed some really great, insightful ideas with great potential to have positive impact for members, employees and credit unions.
I was asked to provide insight or advice to aspiring leaders. I’ve spent over 20 years in human resources and have seen and experienced quite a bit of stuff over those years – both good and bad. So hopefully I know something of value that is worth sharing. Here’s what I came up with.
As Retail Manager of Raymore Credit Union, Saskatchewan Young Leader, Todd MacMurchy, shares his story of success as a leader in the credit union system.
The Saskatchewan Young Leaders congratulate Kris Babbings on being selected as one of the Top 5 for the 2013 Credit Union Central National Young Leaders.
Innovation and ideas start one step at a time. Sometimes the best ideas appear to be the smallest and simplest, but can create the most impact. Do you have an idea in mind on how to move Saskatchewan Credit Unions forward, but not sure if you should enter the competition?
Saskatchewan’s first competition designed around bringing forward innovative ideas from young leaders of the credit union movement is here—Sask CU Advance. The search is on for ideas from our emerging Credit Union leaders for ways to advance and enhance the business value that Saskatchewan’s credit unions provide for members, communities and employees.