Since our sector is in the midst of all this, more is demanded from co-op leaders.
To rise above the challenge, leaders today must have VUCA - Vision, Understanding, Clarity & Agility.
You are hereby invited to the NATCCO Network’s 2021 Virtual Coop Leaders’ Congress and 43rd General Assembly on April 23-25.
For the Coop Leaders Congress, we have prepared a Program where powerhouse speakers will INFORM US of the state of affairs, INSTRUCT us on what best to do, and INSPIRE us to overcome challenges to serve our members better.
At the General Assembly we will DISCUSS DEVELOPMENTS in the federation and the co-op sector, DECIDE DIRECTIONS to take, and DESIGNATE DIRECTORS in the Board who will steer the federation through these times.
Since this is a virtual meeting and free of travel expense, we are expecting full attendance and participation.
Under these circumstances, it is indeed a challenge for co-operative leaders to make important decisions to steer their organizations toward sustainability while ensuring the well-being of all stakeholders.
At the Leaders’ Congress, the Network will recognize the Top Patronizers, Top Capital Contributors, CETF Remitters, Training Patrons, ATM Acquirers and Issuers, CCT Conduits, Top Performing Co-operatives, outgoing Directors & Officers,
Also at the Leaders' Congress, an excellent list of speakers will inspire and guide participants on the "VUCA World."
These speaker’s inputs will help participants at the General Assembly to make informed decisions.
At the General Assembly, giving their reports will be the Chief Executive Officer, the Treasurer, and the Board of Directors.
Also giving their respective reports will be the Committees on Audit, Ethics, GAD, Youth, IT, and the Fund Executive Committee.
Management will present its 2021 Action Plans and Budget.
Virtual elections will also be conducted for incoming members of the Board.
Only members whose status if Member in Good Standing (MIGS) may vote and run or Board seats.
A NATCCO member-co-op is declared MIGS if co-op meets at least 4 out of 5 of the criteria. Kindly update your compliance status on or before March 31, 2021.
For further questions/clarifications on membership status, members are advised to email Mr. Glen Cabiles (email@example.com) of the NATCCO Member Relations and Networking Group.
Developments and announcements will be posted in the NATCCO website www.natcco.coop and NATCCO Network Facebook page.
Updated | 2021.03.22
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