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This program is an Organizational Design and Change Management (ODCM) Executive Certification for credit union executives in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. This program is for current or new executives, senior leaders, and CEOs looking to take their leadership to the next level. Completing this program will create value for the organization, as well as personal professional development for the individual executive. It will create connections for attendees, help them drive future initiatives, and plan for and create ideal outcomes for members and the credit union. Since most people agree that change is the one constant in life, equipping leaders in the area of change management may be one of the most important skillsets needed to thrive for the future.

Professional Development Investment - $2,499

Sponsored by:
Corporate One FCU

Common Bond Title

For Your Investment:

Student will receive content broken up into 24 hours of professional development.

16 hours of "classroom" time - 14 hours of instructor led content, delivered by Dr. Brandi Stankovic. 2 hours of content delivered by LSCU team.
4+ hours of research, 2+ hours of coaching and accountability discussions, presentation skill refinement and networking with cohort.

Friendtors/Accountability Partner

Person within the cohort selected to meet with and discuss project, content, execution and other homework or deliverables.

Dr. Stankovic Coaching Calls/Office Hours

30 min coaching calls with each person within the cohort made available to discuss career path, unique questions, project, or professional goals.

In-Person Session - March 9th

Atlanta Postal CU
400 Tradeport Blvd.
Suite 401
Atlanta, GA 30354

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Cooperation: Advocate for the Future. LSCU is your credit union's partner for advocacy and regulatory information, education and compliance. Learn how you can create awareness and take action on behalf of your credit union and the industry.
Communication: C-Suite Presentation Skills. The ability to speak with executive credibility means demonstrating confidence, leading important meetings with conviction, and communicating clearly and effectively. Senior leaders can develop the poise, confidence, and executive presence to increase their impact through strong communication and presentation skills.
Communication: Leadership, Personal Brand and Authenticity. Personal brand and authenticity are critically important to your evolution and growth as a credit union leader.
Competence: Emotional Intelligence. EQ consists of key professional skills such as self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy and social intelligence. Emotional intelligence is a critical core foundational competency upon which all other leadership skills are built.

Virtual Session - April 26th

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET

Communication: Negotiation and Influence. Persuasion and influence are powerful skills for any executive and should be reflected in all aspects of communication. Effective leaders know how to analyze situations and build relationships leveraging influence skills to lead effectively at the senior leadership level.
Change: Leading Through Change. Effectively managing change by adapting to new realities and adopting and cultivating behaviors that support the growth of an evolving organization. Key problem solving and decision-making strategies help equip leaders to make better decisions more quickly to position their business for success.

Virtual Session - June 21st

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET

Competence: Aligning Strategy for Organizational Growth. Setting goals is a routine exercise in many professional environments. Dive deeper into effective goal setting for credit union leaders. Being able to develop strategic, forward-looking plans is a key skill for senior leaders.
Competence: Manage Self, Team and Organization. Credit union leaders looking to grow and develop the skills needed to be an effective leader. As your leadership responsibilities expand, so does your need to understand the impact daily decisions have on your organization’s strategy.
Cooperation: Culture of the People We Serve. Service remains the core purpose of credit unions. How often do we think about the cultural differences of our team and our membership? We will discuss the lessons learned of international credit union leaders. This session will illustrate ways to enlighten and encourage your entire staff to engage in respectful behavior so they can learn to appreciate and understand each person’s unique differences.

In-Person Session & Graduation - August 9th

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa
4000 S Sandestin Blvd
Miramar Beach, FL 32550

Competence: Carve a Career Path. How will you get where you want to go professionally without a clear plan to lead you there? Don’t leave your professional future up to chance. Carve out a career path in the direction you want to go with tangible takeaways to help you get there.
Cooperation: LSCU and Leverage Align for Your Future. Resources are available to you across multi-states to enable credit unions to grow and succeed. Collaboration of credit union professionals. Learn how to tap into networks, advocacy efforts, education, and best in class solutions.

Other Sessions

Coaching Calls - May: 2 coaching calls 30 minutes each
Work with Accountability Partner - February - July

Facilitator Info

Brandi Stankovic
Dr. Brandi Stankovic
Speaker Bio
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