How Do You Lead During Change?
Change is here in many forms – new ventures, restructuring, mergers, acquisitions, culture shifts, and more. Whether it’s creative destruction or disruptive innovation, leadership requires an unprecedented degree of inventiveness and agility, and finding order in chaos. Being able to lead during change can only occur when one is comfortable with change.
The Pennsylvania Credit Union Association is pleased to present our 2014 CEO Leadership Workshop designed to help CEOs enhance their leadership skills during these changing times.
Workshops will be held in two locations: March 25 at the Penn State Great Valley, Malvern; and March 26 at the Four Points by Sheraton – Pittsburgh North, Mars.
This Isn't the Company I Came to Work For - How to Win in a World of Persistent Change, Ferocious Competition, and Unrelenting Innovation
- Jeff Rendel, President, Rising Above Enterprises
In this dynamic presentation, Jeff Rendel will discuss how credit union leaders can win in a world full of rapid change, competition, and innovation.
Jeff Rendel works with credit unions seeking results through leadership, sales, and strategy. His company researches, synthesizes, and articulates indispensable achievement elements to help organizations succeed.
As a federal regulator with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Jeff examined a wide array of the nation’s banks. In this capacity, Jeff worked with all levels of senior management assisting them in developing sound operations, expanded business development, and impressive financial performance. As a financial services executive, he oversaw the strategic operations of one of California’s leading community banks. There, he directed corporate and branch initiatives and helped guide the bank to record growth, increasing regional market share, and outstanding financial results.
NCUA Hot Topics
- Kelly Lay, Associate Regional Director of Programs, NCUA Region II
Our afternoon session will feature an update on hot topics and priorities you can expect from NCUA examiners this year. Attendees will gain a better understanding of key federal regulatory issues.
As Associate Regional Director of Programs for the Region II Capital Office of the National Credit Union Administration, Kelly Lay is responsible for the examination and supervision program of the region’s credit unions. Lay previously served in the Region V –Tempe Office as the Director of Supervision from 2006-2009 and the Director of Insurance when the office first opened in 2004. Lay began her career with NCUA in 1996, and held various positions in the former Chicago region, including examiner, supervision analyst, and director of supervision.
Young Professionals Network Panel Discussion
Members of the Association's Young Professionals Network will talk about trends and changes in the credit union movement, offering insights into the values and objectives of their generation. They will discuss what they are seeking in both employment and volunteer opportunities, and what they believe credit unions must do to attract younger members.
Sponsored in partnership with Pacul Services Inc. and CUNA Mutual Group
$179 per attendee