Master Business Guru John Spence Returns for NAFCU’s 2014 Management and Leadership Institute
Washington (May 1, 2014) - Master business guru John Spence is back by popular demand to present his full-day workshop, “The Leader of the Future,” for emerging credit union leaders at the National Association of Federal Credit Union’s (NAFCU) 2014 Management and Leadership Institute (MLI). The conference takes place Oct. 6-10 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel in Philadelphia.
“John Spence knows what it takes to become an outstanding leader,” said Anthony Demangone, NAFCU’s EVP/COO, and MLI faculty member. “John will help attendees learn the critical leadership skills they need to take their game to the next level.”
Spence is a highly regarded executive educator and professional speaker in America and has been recognized three times by Trust Across America as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior. During his workshop, attendees will learn how to create and implement an effective personal leadership development action plan. Spence is also the author of several books, including “Excellence by Design – The Six Key Characteristics of Outstanding Leaders.” Each MLI attendee will receive a free, signed copy of the book.
In addition to Spence, Demangone will speak about how to manage compliance risk. NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger will also address the conference.
Attendees will also get to hear from other industry leaders:
Stacey Hanke, communications expert and founder of Stacey Hanke, Inc.;
John Milazzo, former president and CEO of Campus FCU;
Deedee Myers, founder and CEO of DDJ Myers, a NAFCU Services Preferred Partner;
Matt Stratton, senior vice president of marketing of Tinker FCU; and
Glenn Strebe, president and CEO of Air Academy FCU.
MLI is designed to enhance every attendees’ leadership skills through hands-on experience in all aspects of leading a credit union. Courses will: address what a credit union leader needs to know about industry operations, present effective management tactics and tools from successful credit union CEOs, provide a solid understanding of credit union financial management, offer creative communication techniques to successfully build relationships with credit union board members and colleagues, and more.
To save an additional $100 off the early-bird price, association members and nonmembers can register now through Aug. 7. Visit www.nafcu.org/management/
to learn more and register.
The National Association of Federal Credit Unions is the only national organization that focuses exclusively on federal issues affecting credit unions, representing its members before the federal government and the public.