The League's second annual Young Professionals (YP) Conference - held Oct. 20-21 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton - energized credit unions' next generation of leaders on topics they need to shape the future.
A total of 63 YPs from 31 credit unions - a diverse representation of Wisconsin - participated in the two-day networking and learning event.
Speakers came from The League, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), CUNA Mutual Group, The National Credit Union Foundation, CU Innovate and Royal and Capital Credit Unions.
Top executives shared their knowledge and career-building tips during lunch.
- being member-centric
- consultative lending
- understanding key ratios
- financial education and community outreach
- diversity & inclusion
- trends and the direction of the CU Movement
Above, Lydia Harrer of Capital CU shared community outreach strategies
YPs also engaged in an Empathy Map exercise led by Andy Johnson of the National Credit Union Foundation, aimed at better understanding members' needs.
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Young Professionals filled a table with blankets they made as part of their service project, sponsored by the Brown County and Greater Fox Cities Chapters. See more photos of the service project on Facebook.