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D. Hilton's 2021 Executive Supply & Demand Forecast: Assessing the Impact of Covid-19 on Future Leadership Competencies
Credit unions continue to promote technically proficient employees into management roles, but many have limited executive experience due to a significant veteran talent shortage. And the situation may not improve in the near future. For many organizations, these new leaders learn on the job and make mistakes along the way. So how do we get these newly minted leaders up to speed? This session is designed to introduce participants to the five-year executive supply forecast, the current executive skills required to be a credit union CEO; and, how succession planning will become more prevalent in the coming years, all while operating under the uncertainties of a pandemic.

Please note the time change. We scheduled this webinar for early evening to encourage more volunteers to participate. Please join us on November 4, 2020, at 6:30 pm CST for a free webinar as we discuss benefits changes on the horizon. We'll discuss critical issues such as:
- Five-Year Executive Supply Forecast (what we will need, where are we most at-risk)
- New Thinking on Leadership Competencies
- Succession Planning as a Full-Time Responsibility

Better Data = Better Decisions = Better Peace of Mind

Nov 4, 2020 06:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

David Hilton
President @D. Hilton Associates
David Hilton is renowned for his insight on industry trends and his company’s ability to offer innovative solutions to help credit unions stay competitive in the market’s constantly changing conditions. Hilton began his career in banking and then joined a large Long Island, New York credit union during a time when the industry was known for its plain vanilla approach to financial services. He was 30 years old when he accepted a CEO position for a troubled New Jersey based credit union and within 24 months, had returned the organization to profitability. Realizing that he loved problem solving and working with Boards, he decided to establish D. Hilton Associates Inc. as an executive recruiting firm in 1985. Hilton holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from City University of New York, a master’s degree in Business Administration from New York Institute of Technology and a doctorate in Organizational Management from Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
John Andrews, CCP, CSCP, SPHR
Executive Vice President @D. Hilton Associates
John Andrews joined D. Hilton Associates Inc. in 1986, a year after the company’s inception. He is considered a thought leader in the credit union industry regarding executive compensation and pay-for performance programs. His extensive knowledge in governance, and his passion for working with nonprofit organizations has made him a fundamental part of the D. Hilton team. Through his leadership, D. Hilton’s Compensation Practice has become the industry leader in custom designed salary administration and performance evaluation systems. D. Hilton is renowned for accumulating the most current industry salary and incentive data available on the market. Andrews received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of Tulsa and holds a Master’s Degree in Business and Organizational Communication from Emerson College.