Mid-Level Management Leadership Series

Focusing on Mid-Level Managers is Important to your Credit Union's Success

Your credit union's mid-level managers, branch managers, and department leads are often the primary point of contact for employees.  Their management style, good or bad, has a tremendous impact on employee performance and workplace well-being. It is extremely important for credit unions to invest in the professional development and personal growth of their mid-level leaders.

The Mid-Level Management Leadership Series is a four-part virtual learning experience specifically designed to provide mid-level leaders with the skills and tools they need to lead effectively, remove barriers and optimize performance.

Educational Investment: $425 per person

Register for this exclusive leadership program.

AGENDA

DAY 1: March 10 | Principles of Leadership Success PT. 1

DAY 2: March 11 | Principles of Leadership Success PT. 2

DAY 3: April 14 | Embracing Your Role in Growing Your Credit Union

DAY 4: April 28  | Love Em’ or Lose Em’: It’s All About the Employee Experience


DAYS 1 & 2: Principles of Leadership Success

MARCH 10 & 11, 2021 | Virtual Learning Experience

TIME: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ET each day

It’s never been more challenging to be a leader than it is in today’s organizations. Whether it’s managing multiple generations, dealing with change, or managing during a pandemic, leaders must be equipped to lead their teams during challenging times.

In this impactful two-part virtual session, Laurie Maddalena will share the most important elements of successful leadership and the common behaviors and actions that hold leaders back from success. Through some powerful exercises, you will learn how to instill the habits and behaviors in your leadership that will bring out the best performance from your team.

You will learn:

  • The three pillars of exceptional leadership and how to focus your time in the areas that matter most

  • The difference between traditional leadership and modern leadership

  • The characteristics of a “modern” leader, and how to operate at an exceptional level

  • How to lead effectively during a crisis or pandemic

  • The top three habits and behaviors that hold leaders back

  • The most important skill for executive and leadership success

  • The three most important skills for coaching employees to peak performance

  • How to instill accountability in a positive and principled way

  • How to handle challenging conversations easier and more respectfully

This two-session leadership workshop and will provide you with the skills and tools to transform your leadership and your confidence. Sign up your entire leadership team and leave feeling energized and focused to bring your best so you can lead your team to exceptional results!

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Laurie Maddalena is CEO of Envision Excellence, a leadership development consulting firm that provides leadership development programs for managers and executives, executive and leadership coaching, management training, Myers-Briggs facilitation, Emotional Intelligence surveys and leadership assessments. Laurie has been personally mentored by Jack Canfield, author of The Success Principles, and is a certified Success Principles Trainer.  Read full bio >>

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DAY 3: Embracing Your Role in Growing Your Credit Union

April 14, 2021 | Virtual Learning Experience

TIME: 10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ET

The role of a manager includes wearing a lot of different hats successfully. From leading to focusing on members to coaching to actually getting work done, there never seem to be enough hours in the day. So who has time for business development? With the right toolkit, we all do. 

Business development focuses on developing partnerships and strategic relationships. The main goals are to get the word out about what makes your credit union different, as well as to increase awareness about what you offer. During this session, we'll look at your role in increasing engagement with the two groups of members that business development impacts: potential members and existing members. 

As a result of this session you will:

  • Learn specific tactics to serve both your potential members and your existing members;

  • Better understand the role your credit union can play in the lives of your members and small business owners;

  • Incorporate your whole team in your business development efforts to broaden your reach;

  • Embrace methods of creating the unique member experience your members desire; and,

  • Walk away with a toolkit you can implement immediately.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Angela Prestil, CUDE | Senior Consultant | CU Difference

As Senior Consultant for CU Difference, Angela brings a distinct specialty set in the critical areas of employee engagement, leadership development, and member loyalty strategies. She has helped hundreds of business leaders and young professionals through her coaching, mentoring, and professional development efforts. Angela delivers a highly valued perspective on how to help businesses drive growth and optimize their future success, having spent 20 years as a leader at Credit Union National Association (CUNA) as well as the past year fostering credit union growth through CU Difference. She is an active Credit Union Development Educator, building on the credit union industry’s “people helping people” philosophy.

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DAY 4: Love Em’ or Lose Em’: It’s All About the Employee Experience

APRIL 28, 2021 | Virtual Learning Experience

TIME: 10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ET

It’s true… While employees join companies, they primarily stay or leave because of their manager! In this session, Ray Mitchell – Chief People Officer and Sr. HR Consultant with tHRive HR Inc. provides practical insight that equip and empower leaders to create intentional and purposeful experiences to drive retention and reduce unwanted turnover.

  • Does your employment brand attract talent?

  • How welcoming are you and your credit union to new employees?

  • Are your mission, vision, and values effectively integrated into your employee processes?

  • How often do you engage your employees? How well do you know them?

  • Are you celebrate your employees on every occasion?

  • Does employee input play a role in driving an employee-friendly culture?

  • How are you differentiating your credit union as an employer of choice?

Discover tips and tools to create a unique employee experience that drives higher levels of satisfaction, engagement and productivity!

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Ray Mitchell | Sr. HR Advisor & Chief HR Officer | tHRive HR, Inc.

As a Kentucky native and accomplished certified professional in the field of Human Resources, Ray brings over 20 years of progressive HR leadership experience in mid and large-scale organizations. He currently serves as Sr. Advisor and Consultant for tHRive HR, Inc. – an outsourced HR provider and consulting firm providing outsourced HR services to a diverse portfolio of business clients. Ray is the Chief HR Officer for Banc Card of America, and also proudly serves on the Board of Directors for Portland Christian School in Louisville, KY – the oldest private school in Kentucky!  Read full bio >>

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General Information

Cancellation Policy.  Refunds will be issued until seven days prior to the event date less $50 administration fee per person.  Substitutions are accepted at any time.  All cancellations or substitutions must be submitted in writing.

More Information.  Call (502) 855-8202 / (833) 338-8205 ext 202 or email [email protected].

 

CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

The registrant agrees to conduct his/herself in a cordial manner. KCUL will not tolerate any registrant who creates a disturbance; is disrespectful to any other registrant, any member of KCUL, its speakers and attendees, exhibitors, volunteers or staff. KCUL reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to investigate any complaint and to dismiss any registrant found by KCUL, in its sole discretion, to have violated the Code of Professional Conduct, without refund of registration fees. 

SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE.