Now that we have weathered our way through 2020 and are presented with signs that a return to the workplace may be on the horizon, leaders have begun thinking about recovery strategies for their credit unions.

While these strategies include plans for maintaining workplace safety, continuing remote work, managing digital resources and cybersecurity, and other approaches to navigating our new ways of working, credit union leaders have a rare opportunity to respond to the disruption experienced over the last year while shaping the future of DEI in their organizations. There is a potential for engaging DEI efforts in a way that not only addresses changes that have occurred but drives cultural change and operational improvement.

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