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Be Yourself ... Without Feeling Like A Fraud

How to Cope With Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever had a nagging feeling that you don't belong at work, that you are under-qualified and masquerading as someone much more talented and knowledgeable...

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Congratulations, CULC Designation Recipients!

The inaugural group of professionals to earn an eLeadership Academy Credit Union Leadership and Coaching (CULC) Designation have graduated, and we couldn’t be more proud.

Jointly awarded by...

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How comfortable are you with silence?

 Silence really is golden, but most of us will do anything to avoid it.

What is your silence threshold: a few seconds, a minute, a few minutes? For most leaders, becoming comfortable with...

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Are you a good boss ... or a bad apple?

As a credit union people leader, you might see yourself as a good boss. But do those you lead see it the same way?

It turns out many managers aren't as great as they might like to believe. A recent...

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How to Create a Culture of Innovation at Your Credit Union

As the rapidly changing world demands our continual evolution, most credit unions see the critical need to boost innovation in every aspect of operations. According to a BCG report, 79% of...

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Beyond the New Year's Resolution

How to Develop New Habits (and Stick to Them)

If you're like most people, you may have already abandoned your New Year's resolution (or are in danger of doing so). According to a Forbes Health/One...

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Leading with Heart & Backbone: How Balanced is Your Leadership?

Although seemingly opposite, heart and backbone are necessary counterparts for effective and meaningful leadership. When we lead with our heart, we leverage emotional connections to inspire our...

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3 Major Benefits to Online Training

Humans crave community, and there is no denying the value of in-person, human connection. Body language, tone, and energy are all significant contributors to healthy communication. In fact, it is...

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5 Tips For Seasonal Self Care

Winter is here, and that means long nights, less sunlight and disturbed sleeping patterns. Thankfully, there are a few steps you can take to combat the effects of winter and regain control of...

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When Your Best People Go Silent: The Freeze Response 🧊

As a leader, one of your most important tasks is to build a culture of trust within your team and organization. Because if you don’t, leading in the absence of trust will be like trying to...

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How to Show up Strong in a Digital World

In Dale Carnegie’s day (How to Win Friends and Influence People), friends were earned with a firm handshake and a warm smile. The idea that winning friends today has been reduced to an...

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The Power of Connections

Interpersonal connections are threads that strengthen the fabric of our leadership impact. Our networks are a powerful source of information, energy, opportunity, and ideas. When I connect with...

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