19th Annual Lending Council Conference
2014 Hilton Bayside | San Diego | November 2-5, 2014
- KEYNOTE SPEAKER John Foley High Performance Climb®
John Foley, Former Lead Solo Pilot for the Blue Angels
Every organization depends upon the performance of their people and their teams. There are few examples where this is more dramatically demonstrated than with the Blue Angels. John Foley draws upon his experience as Lead Solo of the Blue Angels to inspire audiences and show them how to achieve substantially higher levels of performance.
- Andy Janning Heroes, Villains, and Strange Old Men: Surviving This Crazy CU Life
Andy Janning, President/Founder, NO NET Solutions, Brownsburg, IN
You are going approximately eleventy-billion miles an hour each day, training and developing others like a proverbial boss while trying to listen well, fight fair, resolve conflicts, build relationships, and be unbelievably awesome. But how do you do all that? How can you keep everybody happy while not burning out? This session has the answers.
- Mike Schenk Economic Update
Mike Schenk, Interim Chief Economist, Credit Union National Association, Madison, WI
Few times in our nation’s history have we encountered economic challenges like we face today. What we all seek is information that will help prepare, enlighten and guide us as we look forward to the coming years. What’s the outlook for the economy and credit unions for the next year? How long and deep will the economic slowdown be, and how will it affect credit unions as a whole and the role of operations and technology professionals? What are the best economic indicators to focus on to get a sense of “where were at” moving forward?
- GET MORE PAINT Out of the Tube Four deep wells of motivational energy
Joe Castillo, Artist, Author and Storyteller
The conference continues to provide a high level of timely information. I cannot imagine that one can attend and not go home with more than enough ideas and information to offset the cost of attending.There is no better resource for networking, and that is worth the price of admission by itself.The conference is a great value.
This is the best conference that I attend each year. Even though budgets are cut, it is so important to stay in 'the know'. And the networking is wonderful.