1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The Governmental Affairs Conference has begun! It’s the biggest week of the year for credit unions and we will bring you coverage every day of CUNA’s 2015 conference. Check out the links below for the latest from Day 1 at #CUNAGAC!CU Magazine: Your Foundation: Providing Impactful PhilanthropyCU Magazine: Advocacy Gives CUs, Members a United VoiceCU Magazine: Desjardins Winners Committed to Financial EducationCU Magazine: Maxwell, Herring Winners Honor Duty to ServeCU Magazine: McChrystal: Beware the Pitfalls of ‘Predictive Hubris’CUNA News Now: NEW: NCUA’s Matz calls 2015 year of reg. reliefCUNA News Now: CU advocacy efforts take center stage during 2015 GACCUNA News Now: GAC: McChrystal presents first-ever ED (Filene) TalkCUNA News Now: GAC: Small CU roundtable explores ‘Five to Thrive’ growth strategiesCUNA News Now: GAC: CUs share their ‘Unite for Good’ storiesCU Times: Metsger Encourages Industry Evolution: Onsite CoverageCU Times: NCUA writing supplemental capital rule: Onsite at GACCU Times: Kasasa Now Flying Under Own Brand: Onsite CoverageCU Times: Credit Unions Are Like Coral Reefs: Onsite Coverage
Can managers build connections with employees, manage performance, communicate messages and give recognition remotely? Are there differences in how teams or departments work that could allow for unique return-to-work plans? How we return our people to our offices and branches will be one of the most important employee engagement activities this year. Not only will our re-entry impact the bottom line, it will also impact our engagement survey scores, employees’ decisions to stay or look for other opportunities, and how they share their experience with members and prospective hires. So, as leaders, are we ready to challenge our personal working preferences to ensure the best employee experience? Here are a few questions to consider:Have employees been successful at home, and can they continue to work from their home offices? Have managers set clear expectations and understand how employees are performing both in and out of the office? Can everyone participate in return to in-office decisions? As leaders, we need to assess our current beliefs, understand the true state, and then take action. Time is passing quickly, so here are a few actions you can take: Come from a place of empathy: Start by acknowledging that COVID-19 has been and is a shared experience for us all. Acknowledge that each employee is unique and psychological safety comfort levels will vary.Engage employees in the solution: Invite employees into the return-to-work conversation. Create an exercise for departments to revisit team deliverables and goals, and reprioritize as needed. Then, talk to each of your employees to understand any unique working or scheduling needs. Be clear that this process will involve compromises, and the goal is to find the best solution for the employee and to ensure team deliverables can still be met. Communicate the why: Make sure shared goals and values are not forgotten in this process. Remind employees of why their work matters. If having employees in an office/branch is needed, be clear about why, and make sure they know how you are keeping them safe. Communicate often and make sure there is a ‘source of truth’ where employees can get the information they need. Create or revisit remote working resources: With a long-term mindset, look at your work from home policies and practices and re-evaluate how managers and employees will connect for 1:1s, dispersed team meetings, etc. Don’t be afraid to do the right thing: In the absence of a playbook, put humanity first— listen and find solutions in partnership with employees. An A/B schedule can ensure you have a response if someone complains, but being inclusive will drive employee engagement. Don’t let your personal preferences and beliefs interfere with one of the biggest employee-impacting decisions to date. When you engage employees in the process and solution, they’ll feel an increased commitment to the credit union, their team and your members. Now more than ever, we must live out our mission of “people helping people.” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Chary Krout For over 25 years, Chary has dedicated her career to coming alongside credit union employees and leaders, helping them solve problems, and creating better workplaces for everyone. Chary believes in … Web: https://www.cultivateresults.com Details
BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE REVIEWSCHELSEA 3 SUNDERLAND 1GOALS:- CHELSEA: IVANOVIC 5th; PEDRO 13th; OSCAR PEN 50th. SUNDERLAND: BORINI 52nd.Chelsea began life without JosÈ Mourinho by punishing a poor Sunderland at Stamford Bridge. The Blues, watched by incoming caretaker boss Guus Hiddink, took an early lead through Branislav Ivanovic and added a second before the break through Pedro. Oscar’s penalty confirmed the win, though Fabio Borini replied in the second half.EVERTON 2 LEICESTER CITY 3GOALS:- EVERTON: LUKAKU 32nd; MIRALLAS 87th. LEICESTER: MAHREZ PEN 27th, PEN 65th; OKAZAKI 69th.Leicester ensured they will be top of the Barclays Premier League at Christmas by beating Everton at Goodison Park. Riyad Mahrez scored the first of two penalties after Ramiro Funes Mori held back Shinji Okazaki. Romelu Lukaku levelled, but Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard tripped Jamie Vardy to allow Mahrez to convert from the spot a second time. Okazaki scored a third for the Foxes, who held on despite Kevin Mirallas’ late strike.MANCHESTER UNITED 1NORWICH CITY 2GOALS:- UNITED: MARTIAL 66th. VILLA: JEROME 38th; TETTEY 54th.The pressure is on Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal after his team were humbled by struggling Norwich at Old Trafford. Norwich took the lead in the first half through Cameron Jerome. It got worse for the home side in the second half, as Jerome broke clear to feed Alex Tettey, who netted from close range. Anthony Martial pulled a goal back, but United’s winless run is now six games, while Norwich are out of the drop zone.NEWCASTLE UNITED 1ASTON VILLA 1GOALS:- NEWCASTLE: COLOCCINI 38th. VILLA: AYEW 61st.A wonderful second-half strike from Jordan Ayew earned Barclays Premier League bottom-club Aston Villa a valuable point at Newcastle. Ayew drove into the top corner from inside the area to cancel out Fabricio Coloccini’s close-range opener. Both sides had chances to win in the closing stages, with Newcastle striker Georginio Wijnaldum and Villa’s Rudy Gestede having shots saved.SOUTHAMPTON 0TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2GOALS:- TOTTENHAM: KANE 40th; ALLI 43rd.Harry Kane scored on his 100th Tottenham appearance, as they moved into the Barclays Premier League top four with victory at struggling Southampton. Kane broke through the Saints’ defensive line and finished coolly for a 10th goal in his past 10 games. Soon after, Dele Alli benefitted from some lax defending to score from close range and put Spurs firmly in control.STOKE CITY 1CRYSTAL PALACE 2GOALS:- STOKE: BOJAN PEN 76th. PALACE: WICKHAM PEN 45th; LEE 88th.Lee Chung-yong came off the bench to claim an 88th-minute winner for Crystal Palace at Stoke, leaving the Eagles level on points with fourth-placed Tottenham. Connor Wickham’s penalty gave Palace a first-half lead, but after Stoke levelled from the spot when Damien Delaney was punished for handball and Bojan stepped up to dispatch his fourth goal of the season, Lee found the net with a 30-yard shot which sailed past Jack Butland on 88 minutes.WEST BROMWICH ALBION 1 AFC BOURNEMOUTH 2GOALS:- WBA: McAULEY 79th. BOURNEMOUTH: SMITH 52nd; DANIELD PEN 87th.Charlie Daniels’ late penalty earned Bournemouth a third successive Barclays Premier League victory at the expense of West Brom, who finished with nine men.The Baggies were a man down in the 34th minute when James McClean was shown red for scything down Adam Smith.The Cherries took the lead when Smith fired in low from 20 yards, before Gareth McAuley equalised with a header. Daniels crashed home the winner three minutes from time, before Salomon Rondon saw red for a clash with Dan Gosling.
Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring for Arsenal 1 Alexis Sanchez and Laurent Koscielny are doubts for Arsenal’s clash with Sunderland.The Gunners host the Black Cats on Tuesday night looking to keep alive their top four hopes.But they will have to potentially contend without Koscielny and Sanchez who are both struggling for fitness.“We have a little problem with Koscielny from Stoke. We’ll see how he has recovered today,” said Wenger on Monday.“Everybody else should be available. I left Gibbs behind on Saturday but he is available again. Oxlade-Chamberlain is still out.“Alexis Sanchez will have a test today. Yesterday it didn’t look too good, but with him you never know.“He’s so keen. Maybe it was just a kick. It could be a possibility that he recovers for tomorrow.“Koscielny has a little recurrence of his calf problem which kept him out against Southampton. Alexis has a kick on his thigh.”Meanwhile, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain remains sidelined and is in a race to be fit for the FA Cup final on May 27.The England international limped off against Southampton on Wednesday with a hamstring injury and missed Saturday’s win over Stoke.The 23-year-old has now been ruled out of the Gunners’ last two Premier League games of the season against Sunderland and Everton.“Oxlade-Chamberlain is still out. The earliest chance he has is to be available for the Cup final,” said Wenger. “I would say it’s 80:20 [percent that he does play against Chelsea].”