Next-level education opportunities await you at the convention

Published by: Andrew Canan

March 9, 2022 | Education & Training

Have you seen the lineup of breakout sessions coming to inVest48? We’ve updated our convention agenda with 20 engaging breakout sessions to take your credit union to the next level of engagement, revenue, leadership, and staff development. Here are the topics you can expect to see when you attend April 4-6. Check out the event website for full session descriptions and register today!

Next Level Engagement

  • DIY DEI: Explore How Movement Peers are Moving the Needle
  • Designing Your Branch Outlook for the Next Decade
    Sponsored by K4 Architecture
  • Keeping Banking Human
  • Cut Through the Noise and Connect: Non-traditional Ways to Reach Members
  • Financial Literacy: A Matter of Dollars and Sense

Next Level Revenue

  • The Future is Digital: How to Leverage Cryptocurrency and Ledger Technology
    Sponsored by Strategic Resource Management
  • Attack or Defend: When Is Enough Cybersecurity Enough?
    Sponsored by Starfish Computer Corporation
  • Right Time for Real-time: Operational Considerations for the RTP Network

Sponsored by Corporate One FCU

  • Litigation Landscape: Preparing for the Unpredictable
  • Pause Before You Leap: What to Know Before Jumping into Loan Participation

Next Level Leadership

  • Growth and Governance
  • 2022 Economic & Financial Market Outlook: A New World in the Post-Crisis Era
  • Transitions: Keys to Effectively Managing Organizational Change
  • Why Diversity Matters to Good Business
  • BSA Training for Directors

Next Level People

  • Cultivating a Dynamic Company Culture
  • Why the Friction; Statehouse Clashes Over Business Policy
  • Cultures of Growth: Building Permanent Financial Relationships Through Lending Leadership
  • Changing Culture for Digital Transformation
  • Attracting and Retaining Employees During the Great Resignation

For questions about breakout sessions, contact Sr. Manager of Political and Grassroots Affairs, Andrew Canan.

Contact Andrew Canan for questions or assistance.

Andrew Canan
Andrew Canan Director, Political Affairs E: acanan@ohiocul.org
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