Due to the rapidly evolving landscape, researching and analyzing various sources to compile reliable data and extract insights steals valuable strategic planning time. With so many competing priorities, it can be extremely challenging to identify where you should focus your efforts. Having an in-depth understanding of the factors influencing the credit union industry can make these tough decisions a little bit easier. Here’s a look at some trends you’ll want to understand.Invest in the employee experienceA great example of a critical trend is investing in the employee experience. At first glance, it may seem like less of a priority than some of the other items you need to tackle, but when you understand the connection the employee experience has to the member experience you may think twice about its role in your future plans.Collaboration is key to cybersecurity readinessYou probably already know how critical cybersecurity readiness is, but the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated this concern even further. Credit unions creating a culture of sharing cybersecurity information can bolster preparedness and guard against threats old and new.The expanding gig economyThe gig economy generally refers to self-employed, freelance or independent workers paid by the task. The pandemic has increased the challenges these workers face, such as declining income and lack of access to health insurance. Credit unions are well-positioned to improve these workers’ financial well-being and can do more through innovation and technology partnerships.Build an inclusive cultureAdvancing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is more important than ever but requires a careful approach unique to each institution. Understanding how DEI supports your mission, attracting diverse talent and identifying internal inclusion champions will all be key factors to consider along your path to inclusion.Learn more at cuna.org/escan. 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Dayna Johnson Schmitt Dayna Johnson Schmitt is a Madison, Wisconsin based product manager with 15 years of experience. As a CUNA product manager she has helped enhance CUNA’s strategic planning and compensation products. Web: https://www.cuna.org Details
Cliff Nyakeya netted a brace for Mathare United, finding the first in the seventh minute before Ingwe responded through Brian Marita’s strike in the 18th minute after receiving a pass from Nabwire.Mathare reclaimed the lead on the half hour mark thanks to Francis Omondi who converted from the spot after Oduro brought down Nyakeya in the box. Five minutes later, Nyakeya completed his brace but AFC Leopards skipper Duncan Otieno pulled one back for Ingwe.After the break, AFC levelled the scores through Ezekiel Odera in the 60th minute but the hero of the day was Marvin Nabwire who unleashed a breathtaking cracker in the 77th minute that sealed the win for Ingwe.The win saw AFC pick their second back-to-back win under interim head coach Dennis Kitambi and climb to third on the log with 10 points, having played a match less.Isaac Oduro brought down Cliff Nyakeya in the box and the slum boys were awarded a penalty. Francis Omondi comfortably converted the penalty restoring Mathare’s lead.Mathare United had a high flying start, going unbeaten in the opening five matches, winning thee and drawing two games.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000AFC Leopards fans.Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 10 – AFC Leopards rallied from behind to end Mathare United’s unbeaten run after whipping the Slum Boys 4-3 in a Kenyan Premier League thriller hosted at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Saturday.AFC, finished with 10 men after Ghanaian Isaac Oduro was sent off in the 86th minute for a second bookable offence as a result of time wasting.