Practical Guidance & Innovative Solutions with 60+ CU Experts including…

John Moreno

Senior Managing Director, Meyer-Chatfield

Stosh Walsh

Managing Principal, Constant Organizational Development

Lisa Sutton

Sr. Vice President, Human Resources, PSCU

Josh Allison

Founder & Chief Ideator, Think Cafe

Take home practical guidance & innovative solutions including:

  • CU-tested tactics to recruit & retain your top talent.
  • Tools that can make your employees 22x more likely to be engaged.
  • Best practices for managing and working with Millennials.
  • 4 levers & 6 behaviors you can use to create an inclusive culture.
  • Strategies other CUs use reduce turnover by 50%.
  • Proven solutions to foster diversity & unlock greater profitability.
  • New approaches where employees are 3x more to have an excellent quality of life … 8% more productive … and 15% less likely to quit their jobs.
  • Innovative methods to develop and train a new generation of leaders.
  • And much more.

ONE ticket = ALL sessions

Featuring 7 NEW Breakout Summits with more than 50 thought-provoking sessions from 60 expert speakers!

ONE ticket gives you an ALL-ACCESS pass to ALL 7 Breakout Summits. Pick & choose from dozens of terrific sessions. See an incredible
line-up of Keynote Speakers!


Commitment to Change: Credit Unions Unite Against Racism

Find out how CUs can leverage their cooperative power and local influence to lead during times of crisis and create more diversity and inclusion in communities across the nation. Join us in this historic time in a unique presentation that will consist of an empathetic, honest, and respectful discussion that is geared towards better understanding, not blame. Plus, find out what other credit unions are doing to create change for African Americans and other communities of color affected by racism and discrimination.

Speaker: Renee Sattiewhite, CEO & President, African-American Credit Union Coalition

The Boomer’s Guide to Managing & Working With Millennials

Millennials entering the workforce have created a seismic cultural shock for many. Millennials see no need to be patient and wait for a promotion. They seek an integration of work and life. They expect constant feedback. Managers and Baby Boomers, however, must adapt. Get the secrets you need to recruit, retain & work with the largest generation entering the workforce.

Speakers: John Moreno, Senior Managing Director, Meyer-Chatfield;

Flynt Gallagher, President, Compensation Advisors

5 Tools for Leaders to Manage Stress & Anxiety in Chaotic Times

As a new generation of college graduates pour ever-more into the workplace, the unique anxiety and overwhelm challenges they face have come along with them. As a result, the leaders of today and tomorrow will be faced with new coaching, development and engagement challenges as these workers struggle to navigate a quickly changing workplace. Join Josh Allison as he shares key essentials for pushing back against workplace anxiety and stress during these uncertain times. Using research reflected and scientifically supported strategies, Josh will share FIVE TOOLS designed to help you build emotional resiliency to push back against the worrisome unknown and daily overwhelm. All in 30 minutes.

Session participants will dive into the following ideas with Josh:

  • The state of anxiety and overwhelm in the workplace and three ways it destroys employee confidence, contribution and clarity
  • Resiliency, anti-fragility and what the research about neuroplasticity shouts loud and clear to future and emerging leaders
  • Five TOOLS for Leaders and TEAMS to build emotional resiliency
  • The most important question to ask your team each day, and the research behind it

Speaker: Josh Allison, Founder & Chief Ideator, Think Cafe

CU Case Study: Keys to Create a Culture of Engaged Employees (Part 1)

What if you were given the tools that would make your employees 22x more likely to be engaged? What if you learned that the highest engaged companies have turnover that is 50% less than lower engaged companies? What if you could use your employees’ strengths as levers to create a culture of engaged employees? Get the answers to these difficult challenges as SVP of Human Resources, Lisa Sutton reveals the keys to increase engagement at PSCU and how they are beginning to use those same tools create an Employee Value Proposition for recruiting. This is practical guidance you can use right away.

Note: In Part 2 immediately following this session, Stosh Walsh shows how all CUs can create a culture of engaged employees.

Speaker: Lisa Sutton, Sr. Vice President, Human Resources, PSCU

Focus on Your Strengths – Not Your Weaknesses: Keys to Create a Culture of Engaged Employees (Part 2)

A recent Gallup analysis reveals that “people who use their strengths every day are 3x more likely to report having an excellent quality of life, 6x more likely to be engaged at work, 8% more productive and 15% less likely to quit their jobs.” Former Gallup expert Stosh D. Walsh provides insights any CU can use to create a Strength-Based Approach to Development and manage around weaknesses.

Note: Be sure to attend Part 1 of this topic presented by Lisa Sutton.

Speaker: Stosh D. Walsh, Managing Principal, Constant Organizational Development

See what past attendees have to say…

Barbara Esquivel,

Board of Directors - Mission City Federal CU

The speakers and presenters truly are industry subject-matter experts and their breadth of knowledge is astounding…Outstanding conference!

Jason Hagadone,

VP Business Lending - Altana FCU

Speakers and topics were great. They addressed some areas that are hot topics in the industry and motivated me to get back to my CU.

Mark Thompson,

Director - Saginaw Medical Federal Credit Union

I think the quality of the speakers is amazing, the topics timely and venue perfect to balance work and entertainment.