Connect with peers in online Huddle community

Published by: Kim Connor

December 13, 2023 | Community & Networking, Member Benefits

Collaboration and knowledge-sharing are essential components for success.The League’s online community, Huddle, serves as a digital hub where credit union professionals come together to ask questions, share experiences, and exchange hard-earned knowledge—all without the need to leave their desks. This unique member benefit provides a virtual space that fosters communication and collaboration among credit unions.

Here are a few reasons you should join the Huddle conversation today:

Knowledge Sharing. Huddle encourages an open exchange of ideas and experiences. Leverage the platform to pose questions, seek advice, and share insights gained from personal experiences. This collaborative approach helps in overcoming challenges and staying abreast of industry trends.

Networking Opportunities. By connecting with other credit union professionals across Ohio, members gain access to an extensive network of industry contacts. This networking opportunity extends beyond geographical boundaries, enabling leaders to build relationships that can be beneficial for professional growth and development.

Timely and Relevant Discussions. Huddle provides a real-time platform for discussions, ensuring that credit union leaders can stay informed about the latest developments in the industry. Whether it’s regulatory changes, technological advancements, or best practices, members can engage in timely conversations that impact day-to-day operations.

Enhanced Problem-Solving. When faced with unique challenges, credit union leaders can turn to Huddle for collective problem-solving. The diverse perspectives within the community often lead to innovative solutions.

Don’t wait; connect with your peers on Huddle today.

Contact Kimberly Connor for questions or assistance.

Kimberly Connor
Kimberly Connor Executive Director E: kconnor@ohiocul.org
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