Seminar Series: Professionalism and Ethics
This seminar introduces participants to professionalism and ethics as core components of their value as capable, competent and socially conscious employees in the insurance industry. Participants will discover and appreciate their value to employers as positive, professional and performance oriented people.
Topics include the influence of attitude on corporate culture, anticipating and successfully adapting to change, networking, self presentation, managing priorities and making ethical decisions. There will be special focus on challenges facing employees in the insurance industry.
This seminar consists of ten (10) sections of material delivered in a one (1) day period.
|Section 1||The Insurance Professional||30 minutes|
|Section 2||The Influence of Attitude||30 minutes|
|Section 3||Anticipating and Successfully Adapting to Change||60 minutes|
|Section 4||The Role of Education and Development||60 minutes|
|Section 5||Maturity||45 minutes|
|Section 6||Networking Strategies||45 minutes|
|Section 7||Identifying and Responding to Societys Sensitivities||45 minutes|
|Section 8||Positive Self-Image||45 minutes|
|Section 9||Managing Priorities||30 minutes|
|Section 10||Making Ethical Decisions||60 minutes|
Continuing Education Credits – ID #3540
|1)||Alberta Insurance Council||7.5 hours
Accident and Sickness, Adjusters, General, Life Certificates
|2)||General Insurance Council of Manitoba||7.5 hours|
|3)||General Insurance Council of Saskatchewan||0 hours