In 2024, Filene is watching themes emerge on the importance of adaptability to make the most out of change. We know that AI will evolve, finding talent will be a challenge, and efficiency will drive growth. So the question becomes, how do we adapt to an "everything, everywhere, all at once" world?
Everything Everywhere All at Once.
That’s the current mood we are hearing from credit union leaders.
To succeed in this environment, credit unions must successfully unlock more value in their organizations and navigate the constant change by accelerating their speed to insights and speed to action.
Beyond technology shifts, the regulatory environment and the state of the economy – change can be best understood by examining how macrotrends are shaping shared culture from a generational perspective.
Join us for Filene's Chair Breakfast on Monday, March 4 at 7:00 a.m. at the Washington Convention Center during America's Credit Unions Governmental Affairs Conference with special keynote speaker, Kimberly Lear.
Kimberly is a sought-after researcher and generational expert and has been featured on NPR as well as national publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, USA Today and TIME Magazine.
She will share 3 emerging trends shaping consumer perspectives and decision making that will help credit unions drive The Next Generation of Member Growth.
Members are the heart of the credit union industry, deepening our insights into consumers’ attitudes and behaviors makes it easier to prioritize the critical actions that can unlock the greatest value.
We look forward to connecting with you, the more than 550 credit union leaders in the Filene network, about the forward thinking strategies that will help us adapt faster and see what's on the horizon sooner.
Reserved seating for this event is an exclusive benefit for Filene Members. Members will be invited to register to claim their seats over the coming weeks and table assignments will be shared the week leading up to GAC.
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