May 15, 2014
CUSN held our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 13th at The Vista at Applewood Golf Course in Golden, CO. Some breath-taking views were had, as you can see on our photo above.
50 people attended our Annual meeting this year, and it was a relaxed environment filled with networking and chatting. Our CEO Doug Burke did an exceptional job explaining all the changes that are taking place at CUSN this year in his Report of Management, including many flagship partnerships and services we will soon be offering.
The highlight of the meeting was the awarding of the CUSN Vision Award to Dave Maus, CEO of Public Service CU. As Carla Hedrick, Chairman of the CUSN board explained, the award went to a man who has been a proponent of shared branching since its beginning back in 1991. There were only a handful of people who fought for shared branching in its infant stages and Dave was one who fought hardest. Now with over 5,000 branches in all 50 states, we can see the impact Dave had on the credit union landscape.
[caption id="attachment_1693" align="alignleft" width="300"] Dave Maus gives a wonderful impromptu acceptance speech after winning the CUSN Vision Award.[/caption]
Thanks again to everyone that came to our meeting this year and for those who didn't, take a look at our gallery to see some familiar faces!
Feel free to leave a comment regarding the meeting below for us too!
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May 15, 2014
Most of you know by now that we offer computer based training for you and your staff. If you are new, or maybe were promoted to a new position, this may be your first time hearing about this efficient and free service.
I'll get a call every now and then from a CU who wonders, "Just thought I'd ask if there is any sort of training tools you could help me with.
You see, I have some new tellers who need shared branching training and I need to brush up on my funds availability knowledge. But itâ€™s just a few new tellers, and I just donâ€™t have the time or budget to train them for a day or even a half a day. I just have so much to do! And I canâ€™t be away from the teller line for long either. (Sigh)â€¦Any ideas?â€?
Why yes, Teller Supervisor! You are in luck! Plop those tellers down at ANY computer that has internet access and have them take a 10 to 20 minute, graded course that you can track! How easy is that? They are guaranteed to be up to date with new rules, compliance and so on. Soâ€¦why exactly arenâ€™t you using CBTs? Again, this is a free service CUSN offers to all of our clients. Take advantage.
Email me, Alicia, at email@example.com or Trisha at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.]]>
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