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How to Build an Engaged Board by Cristina Farmus

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How to Build an Engaged Board by Cristina Farmus

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Length: 23:37

Speaker: Cristina Farmus is a Board Member at Purdue Federal Credit Union.

Synposis: A successful credit union benefits from the guidance of a competent, dedicated board. Building a group of people that can consistently deliver valuable input, perspective, and oversight to a complicated, non-profit organization is not a random process. It takes a thoughtful structure and constant effort to select, motivate and develop a group of professionals with different backgrounds, experiences and at different stages of their career. A key aspect of an effective board is a productive collaboration with the management team and shared values such as professionalism, honesty, due diligence and innovation. Most importantly, the board should be engaged in a meaningful way so it can contribute to defining and fulfilling the strategic initiatives that define the credit union. One could say that you get from your board what you invest in your board.

Event: The How To Conference by CU Water Cooler was held at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin on June 12-13, 2018.

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Length: 23:37

Speaker: Cristina Farmus is a Board Member at Purdue Federal Credit Union.

Synposis: A successful credit union benefits from the guidance of a competent, dedicated board. Building a group of people that can consistently deliver valuable input, perspective, and oversight to a complicated, non-profit organization is not a random process. It takes a thoughtful structure and constant effort to select, motivate and develop a group of professionals with different backgrounds, experiences and at different stages of their career. A key aspect of an effective board is a productive collaboration with the management team and shared values such as professionalism, honesty, due diligence and innovation. Most importantly, the board should be engaged in a meaningful way so it can contribute to defining and fulfilling the strategic initiatives that define the credit union. One could say that you get from your board what you invest in your board.

Event: The How To Conference by CU Water Cooler was held at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin on June 12-13, 2018.

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