The Illinois Credit Union Foundation is extending an open invitation to join them on Thursday, November 17 for their 4th Annual ICUF Financial Health Seminar!
Sessions begin at 10:00 a.m. (CT) with Graeme Newell, President of 602 Communications and “How to Use Brain Science to Help Members Make Better Money Choices.” Exciting research insights have revealed powerful new ways we can coach members to make smarter financial choices. Using fun exercises, weird brain games and fascinating science, we will take a captivating tour of how our members make important financial choices.
Starting at 11:00 a.m., Gigi Hyland, Executive Director from the National Credit Union Foundation will present “Putting Financial Well-Being into Practice – A Quick Start Guide.” Credit unions looking to adopt a more holistic approach to improving the financial health of their employees, members, and the communities they serve should start with the four steps laid out in this guide. Each of these four steps contains examples of how credit unions have incorporated Financial Well-Being for All into their strategy and decision-making and a variety of additional resources. Find out how your credit union can benefit from the Quick Start Guide.
Afternoon sessions will include “Designing for Behavior Change” with Perry Wright, Senior Behavioral Researcher from Duke University. The Common Cents Lab® at Duke University researches the many ways behavioral science can improve the financial health of low- to moderate-income members, users, and clients of credit unions and other personal finance services. This presentation will focus on relevant examples from their field research and how your credit union can serve your members with experimentally tested interventions.
Finally, the “CUs in Action Panel” will allow you to hear from credit unions who place financial health at the center of their strategy as they help members navigate live events. Learn how financial coaching/counseling can assist members when they want to change their financial behaviors and discover how credit unions are helping members improve their financial wellbeing and reduce financial stress.
Best of all, the sessions will all be recorded and shared with all registered participants!
REGISTER NOW for this free event or click here for more information.
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