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CUNA Announces Branch Operations & Business Development School

Registration and school information is now available for CUNA FUSE — Branch Operations & Business Development School, July 30-August 2, 2012 in Las Vegas, NV.

CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School provides credit union branch managers and business development professionals the opportunity to come together and explore blended approaches to their specific duties at their credit union. Participants will discuss innovative ideas to fuse responsibilities, drive efficiency and growth. The theme this year is “People, Passion and Process.” People to help credit union branch managers and business development professionals learn what motivates their staff. Passion to push them to do more and make an impact for the future. And, process to help their teams think like entrepreneurs and find the most efficient way to operate.

“This school embodies what sets credit unions apart from other financial institutions,” said Courtney Cantwell, Manager of Instructional Design at CUNA. “The idea that sales and service are not competing ideals but components of the same cooperative spirit is distinctly a credit union value. Every year we see branch managers and operational professionals leave more in tune with one another, and charged with an unmistakable enthusiasm for the credit union cause.”

CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School will also feature a pre-conference event with international productivity expert, Neen James, held on July 29 in Las Vegas. Designed to help credit union professionals focus their attention and manage their time, Neen will discuss topics such as:

  • Strategies to increase your personal productivity by 30%
  • How to achieve strategic clarity
  • Energy management versus time management
  • And more

For more information about CUNA FUSE—Branch Operations & Business Development School, the pre-conference workshop with international productivity expert Neen James and to register, click here.

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