League Conference

2020 Virtual Management Roundtable

09/29/2020 - 09/30/2020 | 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm ET
Level: N/A
Category:
League Conference
Cost: $199 first registration / $99 each additional
Contact: Susan Erlandson at serlandson@mainecul.org

Tuesday, September 29
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Nobody Shrinks into Greatness: Strategizing for Long Term Growth
There are three things you can do: Grow, Stabilize or Retrench. Times have dictated that our attention be in the present.  We are stabilizing for sure. We are managing today’s earnings, potential losses, staff & member safety issues rather than fostering future growth. Let’s not become complacent about our talent, your innovation, use of data, future trends. Advantage evaporates in a heartbeat and competition is unpredictable. Your goal is not stability in the long term; the goal is continuous change. Patrick will lead a thought-provoking session about key considerations concerning growth curve demands and how leadership can strategize for the future. Getting back to growing the business should be our goal.

Presenter: Patrick Adams has devoted 33 years to the credit union movement and has worked for St. Louis Community Credit Union for the past 24 years. He was appointed President in January 2008. Patrick has never met a paradigm he wouldn’t like to change.  He helps audiences question the “because-we’ve-always-done-it-that-way” mentality and develop real-world solutions.  He emphasizes the importance of service and quality in serving members through all delivery systems, and challenges audiences to accept and adapt to change…no matter how painful the process.

3:00 – 4:15 pm
Level 10 Leadership in Your Credit Union
Have you ever noticed that the best leaders bring a level of energy, enthusiasm and attitude to nearly everything they do? Great leadership, as it turns out, is more about self-leadership than anything. During this highly interactive presentation, Adam shares the 4 not-so-obvious things you can do daily to make sure you are not only living at a Level 10, but inspiring others to do exactly the same. You’ll walk away with concrete tactics and strategies that create massive impact to your teams and your credit union.

Presenter: Adam Carroll is a writer, speaker, and internationally recognized financial literacy expert. He is the author of Winning The Money Game, 30 Days to $1K, and Mastery of Money for Students. He is a two-time TED Talk speaker and creator of the Broke, Busted & Disgusted documentary which has been played in hundreds of high schools and colleges. He is the founder and curator of www.MasteryofMoney.com and a contributor to the Huffington Post.

4:30 – 5:30 pm
Social hour and entertainment, Comedian Juston McKinney
Sponsored by Synergent, CUNA Mutual and Tricorp FCU

Wednesday, September 30
9:00 – 10:30 am
Roundtable Discussion
League President Todd Mason will facilitate a discussion about issues impacting Maine credit unions today.

11:00 am – Noon
Hope is a Verb: Finding Opportunities in Crisis
Amy Downs survived a bomb that exploded in the building of the credit union where she worked as a teller, killing 168 people including 18 of her 33 co-workers. Today, she is an award-winning President/CEO of that same credit union. Over the twenty-five years since the bombing, Amy and Allegiance Credit Union have continued to thrive. Drawing on her recently released book, Amy is excited to share how you can respond to a crisis in a way that will make your credit union come out even stronger than before.

Presenter:  Amy Downs is a survivor of the Oklahoma City bombing. Amy fell three stories and was buried alive for over six hours. Today, Amy is President/CEO of Allegiance CU and author of Hope is a Verb, a book detailing her journey from victim to champion.

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