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The Power of Relationships – “Strengthening your Network”
This self-improvement program will take you through the concepts for maintaining strong ethical relationships with your clients, work-force, adversaries and other business relationships old and new.
Business Etiquette along with common courtesy can propel your business and allow you to become an outstanding communicator and team player.
We will cover communication skills, dealing with difficult people, how to say no, asking the right questions, and growing your network.
This webinar will introduce to you a new conversation about how to manage your time. We will explore the actions and habits that get in our way, and provide new strategies to manage your time.Find out more »
Mentoring can be a game changer for young leaders to navigate corporate culture and overcome obstacles to fulfill their career potential. Not all mentors are created equal and many mentoring relationships fail. A chat with a colleague or friend over coffee does not constitute an effective mentoring relationship and neither is constructive criticism or feedback from one's boss. Effective mentoring requires structure, process and commitment. This seminar will discuss how to find the right mentor and what characteristics and structure best fosters healthy and effective mentoring relationships.Find out more »
Developing a strategy for career success in risk management has been on one hand, everyone’s goals on the other, less than clear to many just how to maximize the chance of accomplishing your personal vision. Based on the August 2014 IRMI Risk Report by the same name, this session will present ten critical elements to charting a successful career in risk management and especially helpful to leadership development at the highest levels. Written by Chris Mandel, the 2004 Risk Manager…Find out more »
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Innovating a 300 Year Old Industry Insurance is a 3 Trillion Dollar Industry that is saddled with legacy technology and thinking. These limitations tend to create difficulty when it comes to innovating the Industry. Many Incumbents talk about innovation within their organizations, but are challenged when it comes to actually executing. With over 400,000 Insurance employees expected to retire from the workforce over the next 3 years, it becomes prudent to engage new employees, including millennials, who can provide great…Find out more »