Developing Great Managers I - September 11, October 2 & November 21, 2019

Developing Great Managers I - Three Part Program
September 11, October 2 & November 21, 2019

Time: Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:45 a.m.
          Lunch: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.          
          Program: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Part I:   September 11, 2019
Part II:  October 2, 2019
Part III: November 21 2019

Speaker: Bill Nagle, SVP, Professional Development, CCUA SPEAKER BIOS

Location: Cooperative Credit Union Association
                845 Donald Lynch Boulevard
                Marlborough, MA 01752
                (on-site program)

Fee: $595.00

Three-Part Workshop - A Cooperative Credit Union Association Certificate Program
“Managers are the stuff that runs the world. We get to lead, to inspire, to motivate, to guide, to shape the future. We get to make a difference to the business and to people’s lives…We get, not only, to be part of the solution, but to provide the solution itself.”  - Richard Templar

The Developing Great Managers program is an interactive, contemporary management training program designed to test, challenge, update, and enhance the management skills of experienced managers to encourage them to lead, inspire, motivate, guide, and shape the future.

Prerequisite: DiSC Personality Assessment (to be assigned at registration)

AGENDA

DAY 1 - Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 

Managing Oneself

What kind of manager are you today? What do you aspire to be? And how do you get there?
Review of the DISC prerequisite and utilization of the tool to enhance your management skills
Leadership vs. Management: What is the difference?  Can you be one without the other?
Review of management role models: the good and the bad  
Communications: How you deal with conflict and difficult people starts from within  
Challenge your ability to plan, organize, prioritize, delegate, motivate, and shape the future
Manage your stress; manage your time; manage your emotions: Be in control of yourself
Evaluate and improve your ability to provide feedback, guidance, and inspiration to your staff

DAY 2 - Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  

Guest Speaker: Attorney Lori Rittman-Clark
Employment Law for Managers

Managing the Business

Top 10 industry challenges facing credit unions today
Introduction to Basic Financial Reporting: Balance sheet, income statement and ratios
Employment Law: Update and reinforce your knowledge and protect yourself and the credit union throughout all the stages of the employment process
Discrimination and Harassment
Diversity: Recognizing, celebrating, and leveraging diversity for the credit union

DAY 3 - Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 
Guest Speaker: Katherine Butler, VP, Advocacy, CCUA
Current Legislative, Regulatory, Economic and Compliance Issues Important to Credit Unions Today

Managing Others 

Motivation: It is different for each of us so we'll identify what you can do  to enhance effectiveness, enthusiasm, cohesiveness...and results
Team-building: Manage, inspire, and motivate a team that respects and trusts you   
Performance Management
Wrap up: Review the highlights and lessons learned from Developing Great Managers Program

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September 11, 2019 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

VENUE INFO

CCUA Headquarters
845 Donald Lynch Boulevard
Marlborough, MA  01752

Developing Great Managers I - Three Part Program
September 11, October 2 & November 21, 2019

Time: Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:45 a.m.
          Lunch: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.          
          Program: 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Part I:   September 11, 2019
Part II:  October 2, 2019
Part III: November 21 2019

Speaker: Bill Nagle, SVP, Professional Development, CCUA SPEAKER BIOS

Location: Cooperative Credit Union Association
                845 Donald Lynch Boulevard
                Marlborough, MA 01752
                (on-site program)

Fee: $595.00

Three-Part Workshop - A Cooperative Credit Union Association Certificate Program
“Managers are the stuff that runs the world. We get to lead, to inspire, to motivate, to guide, to shape the future. We get to make a difference to the business and to people’s lives…We get, not only, to be part of the solution, but to provide the solution itself.”  - Richard Templar

The Developing Great Managers program is an interactive, contemporary management training program designed to test, challenge, update, and enhance the management skills of experienced managers to encourage them to lead, inspire, motivate, guide, and shape the future.

Prerequisite: DiSC Personality Assessment (to be assigned at registration)

AGENDA

DAY 1 - Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 

Managing Oneself

What kind of manager are you today? What do you aspire to be? And how do you get there?
Review of the DISC prerequisite and utilization of the tool to enhance your management skills
Leadership vs. Management: What is the difference?  Can you be one without the other?
Review of management role models: the good and the bad  
Communications: How you deal with conflict and difficult people starts from within  
Challenge your ability to plan, organize, prioritize, delegate, motivate, and shape the future
Manage your stress; manage your time; manage your emotions: Be in control of yourself
Evaluate and improve your ability to provide feedback, guidance, and inspiration to your staff

DAY 2 - Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  

Guest Speaker: Attorney Lori Rittman-Clark
Employment Law for Managers

Managing the Business

Top 10 industry challenges facing credit unions today
Introduction to Basic Financial Reporting: Balance sheet, income statement and ratios
Employment Law: Update and reinforce your knowledge and protect yourself and the credit union throughout all the stages of the employment process
Discrimination and Harassment
Diversity: Recognizing, celebrating, and leveraging diversity for the credit union

DAY 3 - Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 
Guest Speaker: Katherine Butler, VP, Advocacy, CCUA
Current Legislative, Regulatory, Economic and Compliance Issues Important to Credit Unions Today

Managing Others 

Motivation: It is different for each of us so we'll identify what you can do  to enhance effectiveness, enthusiasm, cohesiveness...and results
Team-building: Manage, inspire, and motivate a team that respects and trusts you   
Performance Management
Wrap up: Review the highlights and lessons learned from Developing Great Managers Program