Fall 2015 Saskatchewan CUDA Camp

REGISTER BY OCTOBER 22, 2015!
FALL 2015
SASKATCHEWAN
®
CUDA
CAMP
NOVEMBER 20 & 21, 2015
TEMPLE GARDENS HOTEL & SPA
MOOSE JAW, SK
NOVEMBER 20
ETHICS IN BUSINESS
AND LEADERSHIP
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Facilitated by: Mark Reno
CUDA level: CE
Corporate Members: $599
Pay As You Go: $718.80
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In the first half of this full-day workshop, you will explore the nature
and importance of ethics and ethical decision-making in the current
business environment. Mark Reno will highlight some major business
ethics issues and, through an Ivey Business School case study, show
how to apply sound principles of ethical reasoning and decision-making that result in responsible courses of action.
The second part of the day focuses on ethics and leadership. Mark
starts by sharing the results of Ivey Business School’s research on
leader character; then, leads discussion on how you, personally and
your board – as leaders – can apply “good character” to enhance your
decision-making process, the results of which may have impact at the
organizational, system, and societal levels.
NOVEMBER 21
ROLE OF THE
AUDIT COMMITTEE
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Facilitated by: Ed Sarnecki
CUDA level: C
This session focuses on the audit committee. This committee is a
legislated committee in most provinces, which reflects the importance
of its role in contributing to the sound governance. Learn about various
types of audits that take place within a credit union.
*Required course for Level C completion
Corporate Members: $319
Pay As You Go: $382.80
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GOVERNING
CREDIT RISK
1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Facilitated by: Ed Sarnecki
CUDA level: C
Corporate Members: $319
Pay As You Go: $382.80
In this half-day course, you will learn about the role of the board and
management in determining and implementing the types of credit
available from and level of credit risk for the credit union. You will also
learn about the external factors that impact credit risk, such as
economic factors (interest rates, house prices, consumer indebtedness,
unemployment) as well as internal factors (the competency of staff,
the capability of processes, the availability of liquidity and the amount
of capital).
*Required course for Level C completion
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MEET YOUR FACILITATORS
MARK RENO / MA, MBA, MEd, PhD
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Mark Reno is an expert in the areas of executive leadership and leader character,
business ethics & responsibility, and strategic management. As Ivey Business
School’s first post-doctoral research fellow, Mark conducted world-leading research
into the nature of good character in business leadership. As an adjunct professor at
Ivey, he developed and facilitates Ivey’s HBA course in business ethics, and the
business ethics course for the CIRI/Ivey Investment Relations Officer Certification
Program. Previously, Mark developed and facilitated Strategic Management for
Credit Union Professionals for Dalhousie University, as well as, numerous other
CUSOURCE® courses in managerial-leadership development, commercial and
consumer lending, and board governance. In addition, Mark developed, and
facilitated across the USA, a comprehensive, leadership development program for
Alcan. As a faculty member of The Banff Centre, Mark is the lead facilitator for the
executive leadership course, Leading Strategically.
ED SARNECKI / FACILITATOR & ADVISOR, DWES
& ASSOCIATES INC.
Ed is a career credit union and co-operative professional, with expert-level knowledge in corporate governance and financial institution management. As a facilitator
with CUSOURCE Credit Union Knowledge Network since 2004, Ed has worked on
the development of course content in the areas of balanced scorecard, CEO performance planning and evaluation, human resources planning, and merger planning
and evaluation.
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Ed combines post-graduate business study with over 30 years of experience and
perspective that includes 10 years with a provincial central, over 10 years as a credit
union chief executive and more than 10 years as a facilitator/advisor. His work with
credit unions and co-operatives includes the development and implementation of
business applications and solutions.
ABOUT CUDA®
The Credit Union Director Achievement (CUDA) Program was designed to help new directors get a better understanding of their roles and to help experienced directors stay current on
governance issues and trends The CUDA program helps directors strengthen their corporate
governance practices and, in turn, strengthen their credit union operations.
This integrated, three-level governance program is comprised of online courses and facilitated
workshops, which can be delivered in-house to your own board or as “public” sessions with
directors from other credit unions. To learn more, please review the CUDA program brochure.
A graduate of the CUDA program is eligible to become Accredited Canadian Credit Union
Director. This respected accreditation speaks to the knowledge, commitment, and professionalism of board directors.
HOW TO REGISTER
You can click the "Register" buttons beside each course, or:
> Using your CUSOURCE® username and password, log in to the Learning Gateway.
> In the Course Search box, enter the course name in the Keyword field.
> Click Details to open course and see available sessions.
> Locate your session from the dropdown menu and then click Register.
> Follow the prompts to complete your registration.
An active CUSOURCE account is required for course registration. Registration Deadline: October 22nd
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