Peer engagement. The best networking groups include a mix of experience which means you get to access a wide range of advice and find new ways to connect with your peers.
Referral opportunities. Networking is all about building valuable relationships. Valuable relationships create strong referrals for product or service solution providers that help you better serve your members.
Personal development. Developing skills by learning from others through the topics shared during each meeting is one of the fastest ways to excel in your role.
Knowledge expansion. Access to shared knowledge through connection with like-minded individuals is one of the most powerful ways to increase your credit unions growth and success.
Information sharing. Joining a council gets you access to a new social network of peers who you can share information with and bounce ideas off of throughout the year.
Your council membership will include:
- 3 Meetings Per Year, (2) virtual & (1) in-person
- Access to an Online Community to Network with other Members. This online community will bring you the ability to connect with other members in discussions, the ability to share documents and resources and a space for you to review and refer to past council meeting presentations, videos, and other resources.
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