March 2013 – December 2014
Some suggested topics are as follows:
• Coaching poor performers out the door
• Winning at unemployment hearings
• Managing employee conflict (i.e.: conflict between two employees)
• Supervisor Training Topics
• Dealing with young/immature employees
• Motivating seasoned employees
• Fun employee events
To Register, contact Susan O’Loughlin:
• (203) 608-7061
WHERE: Connecticut College, New London, CT
WHEN: MAY 21, 2013, 7:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
We are finishing up our 2012-2013 school year and looking for volunteers to make this last Fair of the year a success.
There are over 300 students from 7 high schools in eastern Connecticut registered for this unique experience and we are looking for volunteer support to bring the Fair to them.
Sign up, put on that lime green T-shirt and let’s give back to the students at the May 21st Financial Reality Fair!
To volunteer, please contact Barb Bass at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Committee members are asked to plan for this important planning session. Please notify Kelly if you are not able to attend.
If you are a committee member currently and feel you are unable to serve at this
time, please let Kelly know. Also, if you have any recommendations for new
members of this committee, please let Kelly know.
Kelly R. Fuhlbrigge
The Connecticut Credit Union Charitable Foundation, Inc. has started selling tickets for their Annual Raffle. All funds raised will benefit organizations that feed those in need right here in Connecticut.
Click here to download the flyer.
Email Abbi Stamler for tickets, promotional posters, or questions.
Check back for more info!
Click here for the flyer.
Bankruptcy & Collections Update
The world of the delinquent member is never boring and it never stands still. Much has happened over the last year that directly impacts your Collections Department. From improving your collections calls to understanding your rights in bankruptcy, this informative and interactive session is sure to have something for you! It is never too late to sharpen your collections skills and better position your credit union to assist troubled members who want to work with you and maximize the recovery from everyone else. Join credit union attorney and collections consultant David Reed as he highlights the latest techniques, tips and trends to maximize your collections function. The event includes ample time to answer your questions and group discussion. Click here for the Registration Flyer.
The session will cover:
Creating Effective Collections
- Perfecting Your Collections Call
- Impact of the New Mortgage Servicing Rules
- Latest Skip Tracing Tools and Techniques
- Effectively Utilizing Collections Agencies and Law Firms
- Avoiding Consumer Protection Landmines
Fine Tuning Your Bankruptcy Process
- Avoiding Inadvertent Violations of the Automatic Stay
- Perfecting Your Proof of Claims
- Recent Bankruptcy Litigation Trends
- Maximizing Reaffirmation Opportunities
- Finding and Recovering Bankruptcy Fraud