Credit union friends: Are you playing to win? You shouldn’t be.
That got your attention didn’t it? That you shouldn’t be playing to win. Here’s the central issue: What game are you trying to “win”? And what does it mean to “win”?
Simon Sinek’s latest book, The Infinite Game is tailor-made for the credit union industry.
Too many people, particularly in corporations are playing finite games and playing to “win.” They’re doing this in a way that makes leaders do things that jeopardize the bigger picture health of their organizations.
Simon Sinek asks us to consider, is the flipping of this mindset, and to think about playing an “Infinite Game,” where there is nothing to “win.” The goal is to keep playing; to identify a just cause worth working toward, one that ultimately cannot be achieved.
In this session we’ll explore how this applies to all credit union people: from volunteers to MSRs. Presenter Kevin Smith will explore how this flipped mindset works in lockstep with credit union principles and philosophy that is in our DNA and will help credit unions thrive for all of the tomorrows.
We’ll talk about:
What it means to have a Just Cause and what elements make that;
The five elements of the Infinite mindset;
How this thinking works for credit unions and sets us not just apart but above the competition; and more…
Audience: directors, volunteers, supervisory committee members, CEOs, all staff