RELEASE DATE: AUGUST 15, 2022
ESTIMATED DURATION: 90 MINUTES
Credit union boards of directors must consider more factors when it comes to preparing for successive leadership. Small credit unions, in particular, may have a difficult time attracting sufficient talent to their organization when their current CEO retires or moves on. This session helps Directors understand these challenges, and provides tips and techniques to lessen the eventual impact of a change in leadership.
MEET THE PRESENTER
Jim Kasch began his credit union career more than twenty years ago when he joined Vista Federal Credit Union, now Partners Federal Credit Union ($2b), which serves The Walt Disney Company. In 2010, Jim became the CEO of the de novo start-up Darden Employees Federal Credit Union, which delivered service to more than 220,000 Darden Restaurant (Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, et al.) employees throughout the United States. Darden Credit Union was the fastest growing credit union in the country for three years. In 2015, Jim founded Canidae Consulting and Member Intelligence Group, through which he has provided strategic planning, key consumer insights, and organizational excellence to credit unions of all sizes.