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17th Annual
CUNA CFO Council
May 15-18, 2011
Hilton Bayfront | San Diego, CA


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Hotel Reservations:

Hilton Bayfront
Call 619.564.3333
Rate $209 + taxes / night
(Group Code: CUN)

Thanks to our 2011 Sponsors


Walter Bond, Business Expert

Think about it for a moment—have you ever met a person that enjoys being bossed around? The most common form of leadership is micro-management—which is destructive, expensive and an organizational buzz kill. Most leaders micro-manage because they have never been sufficiently trained on “how to lead.”

Walter Bond
Walter Bond

Credit Union Industry Update
Bill Cheney, President/CEO, Credit Union National Association, Washington, DC

With credit unions at a turning point, Mr. Cheney will deliver sensible leadership advice as he discusses the state of our industry.  This session will provide an overview of what’s happening in Washington, DC that will undoubtedly impact credit union operations – and bottom lines – for years to come.

Bill Cheney
Bill Cheney

Finance Face-Off
Mike Schenk, Vice President and Steve Rick, Sr. Economist, Economics & Statistics, Credit Union National Association, Madison, WI

What’s in store for credit unions through 2011 and beyond?  Listen in and learn as CUNA economists debate the latest hot button issues and their views on the future.  Sometimes they agree, sometimes they don’t…..

Finance Face-Off
Micke Schenk
& Steve Rick

Rich Thinking
Tim Richardson, CSP, Author, Knoxville, TN

This session is based on Tim’s research for his popular book Transformation Thinking (Putnam/Berkley). Tim believes that how you respond to this environment of unprecedented change will determine either the demise or destiny of your organization. It’s simple--change or die. Tim shows you how to change positively and how to use change to motivate your organization to move forward. Proven tips and techniques to increase workplace innovation, inspire competition, and produce new approaches are given in this highly participatory and innovative session. Attendees acquire ideas that can be used immediately to produce new thinking, idea generation, and change strategies.

Tim Richardson
Tim Richardson

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Who can attend: You must be a paid employee of a natural person credit union in order to attend the conference. If you are a vendor, you can attend through the sponsorship program. Please click the sponsorship link for more information, availability and pricing.

Note: Affiliation with CUNA/League is required for attendance, but limited exceptions may apply.  Please contact the program coordinator prior to making making travel arrangements to confirm eligibility.