Dan, we truly appreciate the time you took in preparing for our volunteer Webinars, and for the wonderful information you shared with our credit unions.
-- Gina Evans, Associate VP, Kansas CU Association.



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Books By Dan Clark:

Reinventing Credit Unions


Who's Driving Credit Unions?

 


Dan Clark

Areas of Expertise:

Business Coaching
Leadership/Management
Non-Profit
 





Four decades of business experience create a unique set of qualifications for Dan’s consulting, facilitating, training and coaching.
During the 1970s, Dan served as a regulatory field-examiner, and is only one to become the state’s Credit Union Administrator. In the 1980s he not only founded his consulting firm, but he became a director on the board of credit union and participated in opening a Big Brothers Big Sisters agency.

From 1987, he served 18 years as a credit union President/CEO, during which time he brought Consumer Credit Counseling Services to the community. He served as chair of the board in three nonprofits and a for profit cooperative. For six years he also hosted a weekly radio talk show on personal finance.
He blends those experiences and perspectives into a balanced approach that helps organizations continue to build on their successes through effective leadership and management, visioning and strategy, communications, and sound governance (governance is your written policies that guide behaviors when leaders are out of sight: e.g. code of ethics, core values, delegated authority).
Dan has written more than 230 columns and commentaries published in industry periodicals. He authored five volunteer advancement learning modules for two national Associations, authored two books on board governance, and a model of board governance policies for credit unions.
His original and popular Credit Union Financial Statements in Plain English training program, available on DVD and in online courses, has enlightened credit union volunteers and staff alike for three decades. Dan has also taught Financial Interpretation at the Volunteer Institute of Tallahassee Community College.
A sought after speaker with a historical perspective and an entertaining quick wit, he is practical in content, inspirational in delivery, and challenges the status quo. The Clark Governance Model is a perfect blueprint for credit unions and nonprofits to continue their success in the 21st century. For all organizations, Dan's research and practices in communications make him a dynamic resource for improving the glue and energy that enable teams and companies to succeed.
Dan earned a degree in business and economics, with a concentration in accounting, from Rollins College in central Florida. While at a Tallahassee credit union as its CEO, he earned the Certified CU Executive Designation.

Four decades of business experience create a unique set of qualifications for Dan’s consulting, facilitating, training and coaching.
During the 1970s, Dan served as a regulatory field-examiner, and is only one to become the state’s Credit Union Administrator. In the 1980s he not only founded his consulting firm, but he became a director on the board of credit union and participated in opening a Big Brothers Big Sisters agency.

From 1987, he served 18 years as a credit union President/CEO, during which time he brought Consumer Credit Counseling Services to the community. He served as chair of the board in three nonprofits and a for profit cooperative. For six years he also hosted a weekly radio talk show on personal finance.
He blends those experiences and perspectives into a balanced approach that helps organizations continue to build on their successes through effective leadership and management, visioning and strategy, communications, and sound governance (governance is your written policies that guide behaviors when leaders are out of sight: e.g. code of ethics, core values, delegated authority).
Dan has written more than 230 columns and commentaries published in industry periodicals. He authored five volunteer advancement learning modules for two national Associations, authored two books on board governance, and a model of board governance policies for credit unions.
His original and popular Credit Union Financial Statements in Plain English training program, available on DVD and in online courses, has enlightened credit union volunteers and staff alike for three decades. Dan has also taught Financial Interpretation at the Volunteer Institute of Tallahassee Community College.
A sought after speaker with a historical perspective and an entertaining quick wit, he is practical in content, inspirational in delivery, and challenges the status quo. The Clark Governance Model is a perfect blueprint for credit unions and nonprofits to continue their success in the 21st century. For all organizations, Dan's research and practices in communications make him a dynamic resource for improving the glue and energy that enable teams and companies to succeed.
Dan earned a degree in business and economics, with a concentration in accounting, from Rollins College in central Florida. While at a Tallahassee credit union as its CEO, he earned the Certified CU Executive Designation.

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