Directors Roundtable

September 10-14, 2022 at the Paris Las Vegas

Join Tom Glatt September 10 – 14, 2022 at the Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada for CU Conferences’ 2022 National Directors Roundtable Conference. Tom will lead a pre-conference workshop, deliver a general session, and serve as conference coordinator/MC. Tom’s pre-conference sessions is titled “Board Responsibilities and Liabilities,” and his general session is titled “Developing Your Credit Union’s Business Model.”

About the Conference

Network with fellow board of directors, board chairs, CEOs, supervisory committee members, & other credit union leaders from across the country. Explore solutions to tough issues facing credit unions with CU Conferences’ highly acclaimed team of presenters. Learn from & share ideas with your credit union peers during a roundtable discussion by asset size.

Registration and additional details at CU Conferences

More About Tom’s Sessions

Board Responsibilities and Liabilities

In 1994, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), published the Principles for Effective Governance. Since their release, the principles have defined for governing bodies worldwide a foundational governing framework, clear expectations or governance engagement by board members, and a delineation of governance versus management responsibilities.

In this detailed PreConference, Tom Glatt, Jr., will lead workshop participants deep into the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) principles, and in the process, showcase what today’s boards must concern themselves with to avoid poor organizational performance and governance liability.

  • Additional Topics Covered in this Session Include:
  • Board and board member responsibilities
  • Board member recruitment and development
  • Governance accountability and liability
  • Self-assessment
  • And More!

Developing Your Credit Union’s Business Model

Highly functioning businesses have highly developed, well-tuned business models. Think of Apple and the way they are structured to move a product from concept into stores with minimal friction. Or how about VF Corporation, an expert in consumer brand management. Did you know that Vans, North Face, and Timberland, among others, are all part of the VF family? So how about your credit union? If you are seeking a similarly clear and/or strong business model, join Tom Glatt as he maps out the critical elements of credit union business model structure and explains how you can redesign your credit union’s business model for optimal performance.

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