Webinar Package: Workplace Skills Series
Webinar Package: Workplace Skills Series
Feb 22 2018 - Dec 31 2018
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Workplace Skills Webinar Series
Take a break from work with this webinar series, and return to your desk refreshed and inspired to hit your next big goal.
Non-member group rate*: $189
*Register at the group rate to share links with team members
Free for Members!
Members, watch these webinars and make sure your CE for CPCUs credits are automatically reported in the Knowledge Center.
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All CPCUs and candidates are welcome! Get all of these recorded and upcoming webinars for free, plus a subscription to our journal, mentoring, discounts on meetings and more!
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Critical Success Factors for Insurance Leaders
In today's ever-changing economic climate, what leadership skills can you help stand out? How will your company separate the best from the rest? Insurance professionals must possess certain traits and attributes to be seen as leaders and be asked to guide their organizations into the future. In this webinar, we will discuss 10 critical success factors leaders need to thrive—not just survive—in our current economic environment.
Do you know how to ask for and get what you need in the workplace? Whether you are a leader of a dispersed sales team or a solo contributor who longs to move into your first management role, your ability to crystallize and articulate your vision, as well as understand the motivations, communication style and decision-making processes of those around you, is critical to winning over others and becoming truly successful. If you have ever struggled to communicate your point or been baffled by the communication style of a boss, staff member or customer, this webinar can help.
Improve Critical Thinking Skills to Improve Personal Effectiveness
We all have deep-seated assumptions that prevent us from thinking out of the box. This webinar will provide ways to develop critical-thinking skills in order to improve personal effectiveness, including methods for formulating precise goals and developing an awareness of thought processes. We will discuss ways to help you question and assess information around you, so that you can come to better conclusions and solutions in your professional life.
John W. Egan
John W. Egan is a cofounder and principal at Workforce Innovations, a management/organizational development consulting firm. He works closely with leaders to increase organizational effectiveness and improve bottom-line results. Egan combines his business background with his organizational-development expertise to help organizations achieve competitive advantages.
Egan holds a bachelor's degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, a master's degree in education from Syracuse University, and a master's degree in applied behavioral science from Johns Hopkins University. He is certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment and in situational leadership.
Jane Lowenstein is a partner of JanBara & Associates, a full service leadership-development consulting company. For more than 25 years, she has taught managers and executives how to lead others to reach organizational goals, solve people problems, create an environment for high performance, and develop an adaptable and competent workforce to handle tough issues.
Barbara Taylor, CPCU, has more than 20 years of experience in business coaching, talent management and succession planning, leadership development, assessment, and performance management.
Currently, she is a business partner of JanBara & Associates, a full-service leadership-development consulting company. Taylor helps people at all levels think through their business challenges so that they can develop viable, targeted options and actions.
Previously, Taylor was a human resources executive at Lincoln Financial Group, where she led the corporate-wide talent management and succession-planning strategies.
Kathleen Winsor-Games is the founder and principal of The Winsor Group, a career and executive coaching firm. She is also a published author, writing on the future of work, leadership development and team building. Through her programs, Winsor-Games aims to integrate systematic processes with tools that both promote dynamic change in individuals and create more vibrant workplace cultures.
Recorded Webinar Packages
When will I receive the viewing link for the webinars in my package?
You will receive the links to view the webinars in your confirmation email immediately following your purchase.
How can I share these with my colleagues?
If you have registered for the group rate, you will be sent a confirmation email with the links to view the recorded webinars, which you may forward to your colleagues or use to present in a group setting.
How long are CPCU Society webinars?
One hour each, on average.
Will the links to the recordings ever expire?
I am a CPCU Society member. Do I have to register for or purchase recorded webinars?
No! The Knowledge Center is a member-exclusive benefit where you can access all CPCU Society webinars, articles and other education for free. And the best part is, all of the activities you complete in the Knowledge Center are auto-reported for CE for CPCUs credit!
What webinar platform does the CPCU Society use?
The CPCU Society uses Cisco WebEx for all webinar presentations. Please take a moment to ensure your system's compatibility with Webex using the link below. Test WebEx on your computer: http://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html
How do I report my CE for CPCUs credit?
Webinars qualify for 1 hour of CE for CPCUs credit. If you are a CPCU Society member viewing a webinar live or recorded in the Knowledge Center, your credit will be automatically reported. Non-member CPCUs viewing webinars can self-report their activities.
Are CPCU Society webinars approved for state licensure CE?
At this time no CPCU Society webinars are approved for CE in any state.