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Advance your career with a Next Gen Event!

  • What emerging risks do insurance professionals need to know about?
  • How are underwriters approaching specialty insurance issues?
  • What are the insurance implications of major events, like political conventions and disease outbreaks?

Next Gen Professional Development Series provide the insurance and risk management community with exclusive answers to these questions—as well as an exploration of many more current and future issues so members can stay ahead of the curve.

These aren't vanilla classes or "education by PowerPoint." Rather they are unique opportunities to listen to subject matter exerts and share ideas with others to open new opportunities, improve competencies and achieve a broader understanding of relevant issues and challenges. With expert speakers providing a deep, focused look at critical insurance topics, ISOP members are provided with opportunities to further develop their talents and advance their careers.

 

Check the Event Calendar for more information and our upcoming sessions.

Events

DateSession (Click to register)
 7/10/2020 How did you get into the field?
 7/17/2020Understanding different paths of insurance through shared real life experiences.(Broker,BD/Marketing,Claims,Wholesaler – Lauren Tamberino of AmWins and SN’s Premier program will be a panelist.)
 7/24/2020Understanding different paths of insurance through shared real life experiences.(Risk control, Underwriting, Reinsurance/treaty, specialty areas)
 7/31/2020   Professional branding and Networking
 8/7/2020  P&C vs Employee Benefits
 8/14/2020Emerging Risks: What does that mean? Learn insurance terms and concepts and how they affect your career
 8/21/2020  How can you differentiate yourself as a young professional new to the industry?
 8/28/2020 NextGen’s voice to current leadership: Diversity & Inclusion; Generational reverse mentoring; Women in leadership
 9/4/2020    What is NextGen & How will NextGen Affect the industry as we go through our careers?