A National Conference Exclusively for
Credit Union CEOs
Check out the 2018 CUNA CEO Council Conference Highlights!
- Ram Charan World-renowned business adviser, author, speaker and CEO coach
Charan is the author of more than 25 leadership / management books, including his most recent, Talent Wins. Fortune Magazine said Charan is “…not a consultant so much as a guru, a corporate sage, with unparalleled access to boardrooms across the globe and intimate, enduring relationships with an array of powerful CEOs.”
Business strategy is no longer about planning years out but about sensing and seizing new opportunities and adapting to a constantly changing environment. There’s a need to deploy talent in new ways to remain competitive. What framework can CEOs use to transform how their Credit unions acquire, manage, and deploy talent—for today’s agile, digital, analytical, technologically driven strategic environment.
- Erik Qualman Best selling author and digital leadership expert
#1 bestselling author of five books on digital leadership including. Digital Leader Digital transformation can’t happen if you don’t have a digital leader. The good news: digital Leaders are made not born. How to be an effective leader in the digital world. Adjusting your leadership skills to adapt to today's digitally open world. How CEOs can establish their leadership "stamp": Real-world examples and tips to create a path to digital success while leading others to achieve their best.
- Jim Nussle President & CEO, Credit Union National Association
Jim Nussle is President and CEO of the Credit Union National Association (CUNA).
Jim is a former nine-term congressman and director of the White House Office of Management and Budget for President George W. Bush. He served in the U.S. House from 1991-2007 as a Republican representative for Iowa’s 1st and 2nd congressional districts. From 2001-06, he served as chairman of the House Budget Committee, a key panel which oversees the federal budget process, including review of all bills and resolutions on the budget. The panel also monitors agencies and programs funded outside of the budgetary process.
In 2007, President Bush tapped him as the 36th director of the Office of Management and Budget, the largest office within the Executive Office of the President of the United States (EOP). As OMB director, he was a member of the president’s cabinet. He served through the conclusion of the Bush Administration in 2009.
A member of the founding board of Growth Energy, a trade association of renewable energy companies and industry partners, he was named president and COO of the group in November 2010. He also founded The Nussle Group, a multi-disciplined public affairs and strategic consulting firm.
A native Iowan, Nussle received a degree in political science from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, and his law degree from Drake University in Des Moines. Nussle and his wife, Karen, have two adult children.