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CUNA eSchool gives CU leaders tools to help staff embrace change

In 2020, it seems we’ve experienced so many unprecedented occurrences that the only thing remaining the same is the need to change. Credit union leaders can learn how to minimize disruption from planned or unplanned change by attending the new CUNA Leading Through Uncertainty – Change Management eSchool, a three-part eSchool that provides credit union leaders with ways to proactively help staff embrace transition. Registration is now open for the eSchool featuring three, one-hour sessions that will help you confidently guide your team through inevitable change.

Build your foundational knowledge of managing change during this session that looks at the role of leaders and managers, how people move through transitions, the impact of emotions and motivating others.

Learn more about the tools and techniques you need to champion a change effort. You’ll dive into the neuroscience behind change and stress, get tactics to build resilience and engage your team to take steps toward productive transformation.

Discover the five most common reasons people resist change and how you can mitigate these roadblocks with tactics to support your staff as they learn and grow.

To learn more and register, click here.

Written by
Cara Clark
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