|L-R: Elko FCU CEO Kelly Buckner and Board Chairman Jon Wahrenbrock|
CEO, CHAIRMAN DISCUSS CU LEADERSHIP
updated 04/22/13 09:00 AM
Elko FCU in 'Leader 2 Leader'
"Embrace the philosophy of 'people helping people' as you move forward in guiding and contributing to the credit union movement."
It's just one of a few pieces of advice to young credit union leaders given by Elko FCU CEO Kelly Buckner in the latest Leader 2 Leader column within the April/May edition of Credit Union Digest.
Credit union professionals can discover the educational background, first credit union experience, biggest challenge, leadership advice, personal philosophy, and other insightful responses of both Buckner and Elko FCU Board Chairman Jon Wahrenbrock.
"The saying 'What goes around comes around' is true," Wahrenbrock advises. "So make sure you are doing the kinds of things you want to come back around to you."
Click here to read the rest of their story on page 5 inside Credit Union Digest!
Elko FCU—based in Elko, NV—serves 12,700 members and has $124 million in assets.
ENTER THE 'WE OWN OUR BANK' CONTEST updated
08/31/14 03:36 PM
Submit your favorite summer photo
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ASI: NO SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR 2014 updated
08/29/14 08:40 AM
Performance Offsets Charge
Dennis Adams, CEO of American Mutual Share Insurance Corp. (ASI), announced to member credit unions that there would be no Special Premium Assessment (SPA) in 2014 by the nation’s private share insurer.
SAN MATEO CU CEO TO RETIRE updated
08/29/14 04:49 PM
Barry Jolette Served 27 Years
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NCUF RELEASES ANNUAL REPORT updated
08/29/14 02:44 PM
Activities From Last 12 Months
The National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) released its 2013-2014 Annual Report, entitled “Improving People’s Financial Lives through Credit Unions.” The report highlights the organization's program and grant activities during the past 12 months.