To better accommodate attendees’ schedules, the League of Southeastern Credit Unions & Affiliates announces new dates in February instead of January for the Atlanta and Birmingham sessions of our 2020 Leadership College. This innovative college offers an opportunity to elevate expertise among credit union leaders in your organization through a signature professional development training program. In the first quarter of 2020, colleges will be held in Alabama, Florida and Georgia to allow credit union staff to fast track their ambition to lead.

The new date for the Atlanta session is Feb. 3, while the date for the Birmingham session has been rescheduled for Feb. 5. The Orlando session remains at its originally scheduled time on Jan. 9.

The 2020 Leadership College will feature a one-day, in-person seminar each quarter, each covering a new topic. Throughout the year, participants will learn about leadership character, leadership communication and leadership coaching. These seminars will be hosted by Tony Moore, a keynote speaker, author and former human resource executive who spent more than 25 years in the C-suite. He considers himself a “culture architect.”

“The Leadership College is for both established and emerging credit union leaders looking to take that next step in their careers,” said Jennifer Martin, chief of staff and vice president of strategic initiatives at the LSCU & Affiliates. “The most important resource that credit unions have is their people — so investing in their teams and their team members’ talent is really important. Leadership College gives them a resources to grow that talent.”

In addition to the quarterly in-person meetings, Leadership College students will also participate in coaching sessions with Tony and a few peers over a webinar platform. These small-group sessions will build on whatever lesson was taught that quarter during the in-person class.

“That sort of one-on-one time with the instructor is definitely unique for a training program like this,” Jennifer said. “It gives participants an opportunity to learn how to apply that quarter’s lessons to their own credit unions and situations.”

Click here to register for the Orlando Leadership College (Jan. 9, 2020).

Click here to register for the Atlanta Leadership College (Feb. 3, 2020).

Click here to register for the Birmingham Leadership College (Feb. 5, 2020).