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CEO Readiness – Phase 2

Phase 2 of CEO Readiness builds on the foundations established in Phase 1. Phase 2 allows participants to use what they learned in Phase 1 by practicing thought-processes of, and responses to, true business situations.

The readiness consists of two phases, with each phase including four days onsite at c. myers' offices and continued learning calls with the participants.

Phase 1 Onsite: March 19-22, 2019
Phase 2 Onsite: July 9-12, 2019

CEO Readiness – Phase 1

CEO Readiness is designed to help those who want to prepare to be a CEO advance the strategic and leadership competencies necessary to be successful in creating and cultivating a compelling organization.

The readiness consists of two required phases, with each phase including four days onsite at c. myers' offices and continued learning calls with the participants.

Phase 1 Onsite: March 19-22, 2019
Phase 2 Onsite: July 9-12, 2019

Strategic CFO Immersion – Group 4 Phase 2

Phase 2 of Strategic CFO Immersion helps CFOs deepen in their proficiency of the competencies necessary to be the financial leader of their credit union, and link strategy with desired financial performance.

The immersion consists of two phases, with each phase including four days onsite at c. myers' offices and continued learning calls with the participants.

Phase 1 Onsite: February 26-March 1, 2019
Phase 2 Onsite: June 11-14, 2019

Strategic CFO Immersion – Group 4 Phase 1

Strategic CFO Immersion helps CFOs build proficiency in the competencies necessary to be the financial leader of their credit union, and link strategy with desired financial performance.

The immersion consists of two required phases, with each phase including four days onsite at c. myers' offices and continued learning calls with the participants.

Phase 1 Onsite: February 26-March 1, 2019
Phase 2 Onsite: June 11-14, 2019

Now is the Time to Strategize on Investments

After the Great Recession, credit union loan-to-share ratios declined steeply and didn’t begin their long, slow recovery until 2013.  It has taken 4 more years to approach pre-crisis levels.  Now, credit unions are beginning to face very different questions than they have since the financial crisis. Even if your credit union isn’t feeling a liquidity […]

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