David vs Goliath Marketing Strategies – Part 3: Get Quality Face to Face Time With an Events Strategy

Whether you are an insurtech, a brokerage, or any other type of organization within the insurance ecosystem, marketing your business against industry behemoths can appear to be a daunting task. For the past few weeks, I’ve been sharing the blueprint for the grassroots marketing strategy that I used to market an insurtech up against multi-billion … Read more

Transforming Insurance’s Appeal to Young Professionals – Evolving the Narrative (Part 3 of 3)

Meet them where they are… (This is the 3rd in a 3 part series from Will. Part 1 can be located HERE, Part 2 can be located HERE) With the insurance sector as a whole grappling with significant recruiting challenges, there has been significant emphasis put on how companies can better communicate opportunities with potential … Read more

Profiles in Risk: E462 – Creating the Next Generation of Insurance Leaders; Mike Koscielny, Author of Born to Lead

Tony chats with Mike Koscielny, long-time insurance executive, former President of the CPCU Society, and author of Born2Lead. We chat about Mike’s iconic career, his incredible role at the CPCU Society as mentor to my entire generation, and his new book about leadership. So much to learn from this episode and the book: Mike: LinkedIn … Read more

Profiles in Risk: E446 – Beyond Technical Expertise: How Soft Skills Minimize Engineers’ and Architects’ Professional Liability Risk With Jeff Hirst of Professional Empowerment Institute

Professional Technical Service firms such as engineering or architecture firms have immense professional liabilities. When mistakes get made, people die. Liability exposure is significant and there is a lot of emphasis on becoming more technically competent so that mistakes are minimized. This is part of the “hard” risk management for these firms and the insurance … Read more