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The HRD Network Conferences provide you with relevant topics, timely information and an opportunity to get re-focused and re-energized. MSA is a proud business partner and speak at the upcoming Annual Conference in San Diego. In addition to learning from industry experts, you will have the opportunity to share best practices and exchange ideas with others in your field. Please join us!
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MSA participated in a lunch and learn at Touro University with President Shelley Berkley for Southern NV Sister Society Global Women's Leadership, World Council of Credit Unions. This University is changing the landscape of education in Nevada and across the globe. Credit Union professionals from southern Nevada gathered to learn about the community involvement as well as President Berkley's communication style. Her experience in politics and education is extensive, she offered excellent advise for women and all leaders.
Amazing week on the Gold Coast, Australia as credit unions and cooperative financial institutions from across the globe gathered to create synergy and energize our global credit union movement. The WOCCU is a world trade association and development agency for credit unions. Their international program assists credit unions to build efforts, provide services to the underserved, support communities and encourage legislative reform. Mitchell Stankovic is a Gold Level supporter of the WOCCU. We also lead, facilitate and support many activities in conjunction with WOCCU.
The Global Women's Leadership Network Forum at the WCUC meeting in Australia was a great success. Facilitated by Sue Mitchell, women from across the globe discussed ways to get involved and assist each other in making a difference in the lives of their members.
Susan Mitchell & Brandi Stankovic of MSA will be speaking at the TMG Executive Summit in Lake Tahoe July 14-16. This award-wining duo is on the leading edge of results-oriented, strategic initiatives. They will be a catalyst for your leadership legacy as you walk away with success-boosting strategies and best-practice approaches.
There is a rich history within the financial services industry and many of its founders are retiring, passing the baton to a new generation of leaders ready to rethink and energize. Learn how to successfully activate the legacy through thoughtful leadership. Follow this link to register today!
The meeting of the Arizona Sister Society of the Global Women's Leadership Network, World Council of Credit Unions on May 29 offered another tremendous opportunity for learning and networking, as well as contributing to the community. Participants enjoyed a great opening from Jaquetta Ward, Association Support Manager at the Mountain West Credit Union Association (MWCUA), who hosted the event with her organization. Thanks to Brandi Stankovic from Mitchell Stankovic for her update on the growth of the organization. She reported that we now have more than 600 members in 15 chapters across the globe - including our partner group that started in Colorado on May 28. Brandi's presentation featured a discussion of issues from Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. The topics spurred thoughtful discussions about the nature of leadership and how we can promote our own success and that of other women in credit unions.
MSA has partnered with San Mateo Credit Union for over 20 years. Currently, we are working with the emerging leaders of the organization in the High Performance Leadership training. MSA is focusing our attention on Mentoring, Coaching, Problem Solving and Diversity. We are also working with the entire Management team on their own personal development through the creation of IDPs: Customized Individual Development Plans. This engagement requires the focus of the entire organization, from the CEO to the front line. San Mateo Credit Union believes in education and retaining great talent.
For more information on San Mateo Credit Union, visit https://www.smcu.org/
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Financial Literacy, Young Money, with Silver State Schools Credit Union and College of Southern Nevada
MSA values the financial literacy of young people. Every year, we support Young Money Live, an educational event at the College of Southern Nevada. This year we worked with Silver State Schools Credit Union to provide educational tools and financial support to the college students in Southern Nevada.
For more information on Young Money, visit http://youngmoneyevents.com/
For more information on Silver State Schools Credit Union, visit http://www.silverstatecu.com/
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Florida Global Women's Leadership Network Sister Society Session was a success!
The importance of professional women working together to develop the potential of women around the world cannot be overstated. Guest speakers included Linda Darling, SVP/COO Suncoast Schools Credit Union and Dr. Brandi Stankovic, Mitchell Stankovic & Associates.
Recognizing that a global initiative was inspiring but meeting once a year was not enough, key leaders of GWLN developed the concept of Sister Societies which allow more intimate exchange of ideas and networking within a regional or local area. There are three areas of focus: Personal Development, Professional Development, and Credit Union Community Development. Personal Development may include mentoring, networking, life balance, and issues that prevent moving up within the organization. Professional Development may include access, influence, sponsorship, being advocates, and exchange programs. Promoting women’s causes within each local community development is part of the CU brand and social mission.
Dynamic women leaders are recruited or volunteer to become local Sister Society champions. They work tirelessly to create programs and network opportunities for women within their areas. Group leaders and their progress to date has been documented in the update section of this recap. Meetings are held three times a year, rotating between member credit unions and offered free of charge including lunch sponsored by local credit union. Attendance is open to all potential members and “friends” who are encouraged to get involved. Letters of introduction are sent to CEOs in the area to provide information regarding GWLN and the Sister Society requesting they send women leaders within their organization to participate in the networking and program.
The Nevada members of the Global Women's Leadership Network of the World Council of Credit Unions mentored college students on Effective Resumes, Interviewing Skills, and Professional Behavior. The session included round table discussions, one-on-one coaching and interactive activities. The business students at the College of Southern Nevada were inspired to change their own behaviors and take control of their futures. They raved about the tips and techniques that were shared in the meeting. They loved having one-on-one time with the mentors. They also loved the sample resumes, interview techniques and professional behaviors shared. We truly made a difference in the lives of young people in Southern Nevada! Thank you again for your contribution!