The NAMIC Impact Webinar Series is designed to provide a convenient educational experience that is focused on you. Each 60 minute webinar will address topics including professional development, leadership and ethics.
This webinar series is brought to you by the NAMIC Merit Society.
These online training courses are designed for members who are looking to advance their professionalism in the insurance industry.
June 24, 2015 | Leading the Generations
July 14, 2015 | The Ethical Challenges of Leadership
Member - $55
Non Member - $80
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Please notify NAMIC if you are unable to participate. Please forward all cancellation notifications to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (317) 876-6213.All registration cancellations and transfers MUST be made in writing. Cancellations received 24 hours to the course date will be charged a $10 processing fee. Refunds will be issued within 15 business days after receipt of the cancellation notice. No refunds are available within 24 hours of the course so please plan accordingly. You may substitute a participant at no additional charge. Please forward all requests to email@example.com or fax (317) 876-6213.
Several people from my company wish to view the webinar. Do all of them need to be registered?
The member and non-member rates for each webinar are considered a “site fee.” The registration provides a single log-in for the webinar. If your staff is viewing the webinar in a single space, such as a conference room, only one registration needs to be submitted for the webinar. Alternately, if your staff will be viewing the webinars from separate computers, a separate registration must be submitted for each person. Each unique registration provides a unique log-in for the webinar.
What happens if I sign up for a webinar, but can't attend?
You will automatically receive a recording of the webinar within 24 hours that you can view at your convenience.
If you have any questions regarding your registration, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 336-2642, ext. 1061. If you have any questions regarding the webinar, e-mail email@example.com or call (800) 336-2642 ext. 1025.
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June 24, 2015 | 2:00 p.m. EDT | $55 Members; $80 Non-member
You’re moving quickly, but are you moving fast enough? If you’re keeping up, you know that there are four - about to be five - generations of employees in the workforce: silents (1933-1945), baby boomers (1946-1964), gen X (1965-1976), and millennials (1977-1998).
Multi-generational leadership is not just a fad, it is an essential. Providing leaders with skills and tools to successfully lead across the generations is the new core, critical element for forward-thinking organizations.
Four generations of employees working shoulder to shoulder, cubicle to cubicle, network to network across the globe; today’s workforce is a very different workforce than in the past. There is a strong belief that the younger generations of the workforce, gen X and millennials are different from the generations that preceded them – the baby boomers and the silents. There are many reasons to declare that there are differences. You probably notice subtle changes every day – differences in work ethic, communication styles, career outlook, expectations of bosses, retention factors, or what keeps people engaged in their work.
While this generational mix has potential for conflict, misunderstanding, and even resentment . . . there are huge opportunities for productivity, creativity, knowledge sharing, and strategic advantage.
The purpose of “Leading Four Generations” is to focus current and future leaders on what they can do every day to create productive, energized, and engaged workplaces for a multi-generational workforce. This includes practical advice, skills, and tools that leaders need to successfully navigate a four generation workplace.
Join us to learn multi-generational leadership essentials:
Awareness: the impact of headlines, shifting demographics, and population trends;
Appreciation: the four generations in the workplace and the forces that shape their preferences, attitudes, and behaviors and the unique needs associated with each generation; and
Action: practical ideas to recruit, onboard, coach, engage, and retain each generation.
July 14, 2015 | 2:00 p.m. EDT | $55 Members; $80 Non-member
Most people want ethical leaders. Few would disagree that leaders should attend to their duties; look after the needs and interests of their constituents, organizations, and other stakeholders; and be honest, fair, trustworthy, and caring among other attributes. This is all well and good but not a particularly useful starting point for understanding the ethics of leadership. When we look around us, we notice that leaders often find it difficult to be ethical and effective. This webinar examines why.
Joanne B. Ciulla
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Posted: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:32:30 AM. Modified: Tuesday, May 26, 2015 9:53:52 AM.
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