Building a Culture That Sticks through Missional Leadership & Times of Change

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  • Date/Time
    • Sep 10, 2021
    • Sign In: 11:45am (MT)
    • Program: 12:00pm - 1:30pm (MT)
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  • Location
    • ISCPA Enrichment Center
      1649 W Shoreline Drive #202
      Boise, ID 83702
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  • Credits
    • 1.00
  • Credit Type(s)
    • Specialized Knowledge and Applications (1.00)
  • Prerequisites
      • An open mind
  • Vendor
    • Idaho Society of CPAs
  • Level
    • Overview
  • Fields of Study
    • Luncheon Series
    • Personal Development
    • Specialized Knowledge
  • Message
    • ATTENDING In Person


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  • ISCPA Members


  • ISCPA’s 2021 Luncheon Series is a great opportunity for ISCPA members to network with peers, gain new knowledge and recharge themselves for the afternoon!



If “Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast”,

Wait Till You See What It Does To Lunch!



"Where Culture Meets Profits" - Join this information packed and practical series on how to build a culture within your team that drives profits and builds accountable teams.  Improve your communication as a leader and employee/owner of your organization, regardless of your position or title. Each part of this education series is sure to provide the many important components of building a culture that sticks and the value to both the success of the organization and building a successful career and personal brand.  

Connie Miller, Culture & Leadership Consultant, has been a popular guest speaker in our past ISCPA education series, and we are very fortunate to be able to bring her back to deliver not just 'snippets' from her great expertise and insight, but also a deeper dive into the practical application and new way of being, one that will truly build a culture that sticks and grows the skills of each team member and leader.  This series is perfect for all team members.  

We all prefer working in a great company culture, but what does it really mean to build one and how do we go about growing one? Join Connie for a candid discussion series of the importance of creating a company culture that employees want to be a part of, and one that drives financial success in the process.

• Shared Culture Values & Vision • Growing Accountable Teams
• Open & Honest Communication • Keeping Culture Alive
• Adapting Leadership Skills • Hiring Talent to Fit Your Culture
• Strengthening Your Personal Brand • Creating a Culture of Welcoming Feedback
• Community Engagement That Works • Winning Teams
• Providing Recognition That Drives Increased Performance

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Connie Miller


Connie Miller

Connie Miller President/CEO Horizon Credit Union

Connie is the past President/CEO of Icon Credit Union and is currently serving as Regional President for Icon’s new partner in Horizon Credit Union. Connie was honored as one of Idaho’s CEO’s of Influence for her leadership, integrity, vision, diversity, and influence. Connie led Icon Credit Union to the 7th healthiest credit union from more than 5,400 credit unions in the nation.

Connie Miller graduated from Boise State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Accountancy. Connie received her graduate level certification from Western CUNA Management School. She was appointed to the Twelfth District of the Federal Reserve Bank Depository Institution Advisory Council. Icon Credit Union is a recipient of the Top 10 Best Places to Work in 2020. Connie’s passions include building strong leaders and strong cultures in the workplace. Connie serves on many local boards and committees, including the Junior Achievement of Idaho, CWI Foundation, and the CEO Leadership Committee for the Meridian Chamber. In addition to her many awards, Connie has been awarded the Thanks Badge II, the highest award in Girl Scouting, for her exemplary service to the Girl Scout organization.

Connie is a published author, and published a leadership book titled, “Don’t Sabotage Your Career,” to share her insights on how to become a successful professional and avoid making unintentional mistakes that may hold your career back and hurt your personal brand.

She has three adult sons and an incredibly supportive husband, Neil, of 35 years. Her passions include building strong leaders, strong cultures in the workplace, strong boards, financial education, and giving back to the community. Her most passionate volunteer activities are those that build youth leadership skills and building leaders. Connie’s hobbies include camping, crafts, metal detecting, and playing poker.

Strengths: Transformational Leadership, Individual Development, Strategic and Futuristic Thinker and Motivational Mentorship

Weaknesses: Ability to tolerate cold weather, lacks knowledge of useless trivia, television and pop culture references

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