As the long-term impact of COVID-19 became more and more apparent, we knew we had to adjust the way we packaged our research. Long form research projects were not going to do the trick in delivering timely, relevant and critical information to our members in real-time response to the global pandemic. It's no surprise that those quick-hit blogs make up the majority of our most read blogs in 2020.
The strategies and insights still apply today as we continue to navigate the aftermath of this pandemic. Grab your coffee and dive into our most read blogs of 2020 and see what you can bring to your credit union in the new year.
5. Managing Remote Work at Your Credit Union
4. Racial Justice: The Work Starts With Us
|America’s credit unions exist to fix what's broken. They stand for inclusion, financial empowerment and economic opportunity. |
Following the social unrest of this past year, Filene wanted to be clear about where we stand and our commitment to help credit unions think forward to change lives for all communities. This statement is our commitment to build off of the work that the credit union industry is already doing by launching a five-year research to apply best practices around diversity, equity and inclusion, increase diverse representation, and advance organizational inclusiveness and equitable outcomes in credit unions and in the financial services industry at large.
Racial Justice: The Work Starts With Us
3. How to Be an Inclusive Leader During a Pandemic
|We were instructed by the world’s health experts to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from others in order to prevent the spread of illness and reduce its devastating impact. As a result, our “new normal” has become conference calls, video chats, and other forms of distanced work interactions. But a sense of connection and community remains central to our well-being and engagement at work.|
The key to inclusion is to actively create the experience of being part of the team. Filene Fellow Quinetta Roberson provides three key ways to foster a sense of inclusion among your team members.
How to Be an Inclusive Leader During a Pandemic
2. What the Pandemic Means for Women in the Hustle Economy
1. Helping Members in Response to COVID-19: First Steps
Check out the COVID-19 Resource Hub for more quick-hit research.