Michael J. Milbier

Leadership and Organizational Developer, PSCU

Have you struggled to help your mid-level managers gain the leadership skills they need to grow and succeed?

Attend this complimentary webinar to learn how to assess and train your leaders in the skills they need to perform at a higher level in your organization.

Michael J. Milbier, Leadership and Organizational Developer at PSCU, partnered with eSkill to create a custom leadership development program for managers at PSCU.

Michael will share PSCU’s journey to improve their mid-level manager leadership development program and their outstanding results.

Michael’s inspiring story will equip you with valuable insights you can implement to start or improve your leadership development programs and help your leaders make greater impacts.

PLUS! All attendees will receive the individual development plan template that Michael used to help managers coach their direct reports.


  • How to get executive buy-in to the leadership development program
  • How to structure a mid-level manager training program
  • How to leverage eSkill assessments to create individual development plans (IDPs)
  • The customizable leadership IDP template you can use

Who Should Attend

  • Executives and Managers
  • Leadership Development Professionals
  • Talent Professionals

About Our Speaker

Michael J. Milbier, Leadership and Organizational Developer, PSCU

Michael Milbier is a results-focused organizational development leader with over 20 years of experience delivering leadership programs, executive coaching, organizational effectiveness, succession planning, organizational change management, global universities, and cultural transformation.

Michael has worked or consulted with a wide variety of organizations: MassMutual, E&Y (client’s HP, Sprint, Ford), Levi Strauss, Logitech, Global Foundries, Seagate, and PSCU. Michael also worked as an ex-pat in Singapore and had his own consulting company in the Philippines.

About PSCU

PSCU is the nation’s premier payments credit union service organization (CUSO) and an integrated financial technology solutions provider, supports the success of more than 2,400 financial institutions and processes nearly 7.7 billion transactions annually. The origin of PSCU’s model is collaboration and scale, and the company has leveraged its influence on behalf of credit unions and their members for more than 45 years. Today, PSCU provides an end-to-end, competitive advantage that enables credit unions to grow securely and meet evolving consumer demands.