It’s been almost two months since credit union leaders from across Canada came together in beautiful Charlottetown, PEI to learn about the Canadian Credit Union System’s Past, Present and Future!
We asked our participants to complete a short survey on their experience. From that feedback, we have created an infographic that shows the results and go forward actions for the NYLC. We want to thank everyone for their open and honest feedback. The recommendations provided will help make our next CU Next Gen event in Banff, Alberta in May 2015 even bigger and better!
During our time in PEI, we also captured the event on film and have created a short video that showcases the experience. Please click on the YouTube link below and enjoy!
Thank you to all that chose to spend time at the NextGen event! The Canadian Credit Union movement is full of inspiring leaders making a difference.
T-shirt Contest Winner Announced! Shirts now on sale!
We would like to say
thank you to everyone who submitted their fantastic designs in this year's
contest. It was difficult to choose from the 27 amazing entries that we
We are very
excited to announce Kelsie Valliere from Macklin Credit Union as our winner!
Shirts were provided to all CU
NextGen participants and are available now for purchase/bulk order by all credit unions and system
partners starting at the Leadership conference. All profit from the sale of these shirts will be donated to the Co-operative Development Foundation (CDF). To have t-shirts in time
for Co-op Week, orders must be placed no later than August 31, 2014.
Click here for more information.
NYLC Alumni Coast to Coast
The NYLC stems from a long history of young leaders that have made a difference
in the Canadian credit union system.
We wish to celebrate our alumni by showcasing their learning through their
journey from joining the NYLC to where they are at today.
Please ensure to check out each profile to learn more about Canadian credit
union leaders that have brought the NYLC to where we are today and who have
set the foundation on where we are going tomorrow.
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National Young Leaders Committee
The objectives of the National Young Leaders Committee (NLC) are:
To focus on developing future leaders, meeting future talent and leadership
needs of the credit union system and on realizing the vision of the credit
union system becoming the number one employer for young leaders in the
financial services sector in Canada.
Expose young and emerging leaders to broader system wide issues to increase
awareness, understanding and engagement.
Provide a voice for young and emerging leaders on credit union issues.
Expand professional development, experiential learning, and networking
opportunities to all young and emerging members.
Help the credit union system realize the benefits of developing highly skilled
young and emerging leaders.
Strengthening the Credit Union System by Bridging Generations of Leadership
The National Young Leaders Committee is a bridge between today’s young leaders and the leadership roles that will play a crucial role in the success of Canada’s credit union system of tomorrow.
We develop tools, resources, and networks to support today’s up-and-coming credit union leaders, equipping them with the skills and competencies they need to serve the credit union system in positions of influence, addressing head-on the challenges and changes facing our industry.
The NYLC will strive to provide today’s young leaders with a collaborative platform to share their perspectives on system challenges and opportunities, ensuring that the next generation of senior leaders leaves their mark on the credit union system of the future.
|Lisa Castle (Chair)
||Access Credit Union
||Carpathia Credit Union
||Coastal Community Credit Union
West Credit Union
||First West Credit Union
Savings and Credit Union
||New Brunswick Teachers'
Association (NBTA) Credit Union
Selte (Vice Chair)