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Canadian Insurance Top Broker Events

Top Broker Summit

 

Nearly 200 brokers attended the 2015 Canadian Insurance Top Broker Summit on November 30 at the Ritz-Carlton in Toronto. At the sold out event, attendees learned about the importance of working like a champion and developing trust, got branding and social media tips, picked the brains of four CEOs and picked up market insights from an intensive consumer research project.

CE Credits

Brokers who attended the full event were eligible to received 4.5 RIBO hours in the management category and 1 hour in the personal skills category.



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Feb 11 TIWA Wine & Cheese Hyatt Regency, 370 King Street West, Toronto, ON Fees: $75 Organizer: Toronto Insurance Women's Association http://www.tiwa.org/index.cfm?pagepath=EVENTS/Wine_Cheese_2016&id=66870 Join us for an evening of networking and refreshments.
Feb 18 Axe Throwing Tournament The Backyard Axe Throwing League, 33 Villiers St., Toronto, ON Fees: $66.37 Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Events/Event.aspx?eventId=9155 Join us to experience the thrill of axe throwing at this fun industry networking event, and find out what the craze is all about! Axe throwing is the new and unusual "sport" that has fast built momentum as the go-to activity for team-building, networking and general fun. Beat the February blahs – get your co-workers and colleagues together and join us for a bit of friendly competition. This is not your normal networking event with colleagues!
Mar 22 At the Forefront - When Things Don't Go Bump in the Night: Our Future With(out) Auto Insurance 18 King Street East, 16th Floor, Toronto, ON Speaker(s): Tim Bzowey Head, Home & Auto, RBC Insurance Fees: $64.60 Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Events/Event.aspx?eventId=9119 Personal mobility is changing before our eyes and insurance is working hard to keep up with providing protection for people and the things that move them. Innovations such as usage based insurance are touted as revolutionizing consumers’ insurance experience, improving risk selection, encouraging good driving behavior and making streets safer. Meanwhile, Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) have introduced a multitude of offerings that have disrupted long standing business models. In addition to exposing insurance coverage gaps leading to regulatory limbo, these services are also shaping our views of mobility. Finally, just as transformative technologies of the sharing economy are taking root, autonomous driving features have become commonplace among new vehicles. Pundits seem to agree it is a matter of when, not if, commercially available driverless cars will be safely navigating city streets making collisions a rare event and forever changing the nature of our business.  Could auto insurance as we know it really be going the way of ticker-tape, typewriters and turntables? What are the implications of ferocious change for advisors, insurers, industry partners and the client relationships that sustain us all? Join us for a fun, interactive and positive discussion as we contemplate Our Future With(out) Auto Insurance.
Mar 31 - Apr 1 International Cyber Risk Management Conference Toronto, ON www.icrmc.com No longer just a technological issue to be relegated solely to IT. No longer just a sector-specific risk. No longer just a big business issue. Cyber risk is everyone’s business. It is here today and growing tomorrow, already impacting organizations small and large and across all sectors. The ICRMC will address the most salient and timely issues and questions that will help organizations manage risk internally and effectively transfer risk in an environment that is just beginning to put some insurance toe-holds in place. From technological mitigation, organizational controls, legal means, security, post-breach management, effective risk transfer methodologies, insurance and self-insurance – the ICRMC brings together the most comprehensive spectrum of issues and experts in one place.
Apr 12 - 13 Think on Your Feet 1110-800 West Pender St, Vancouver, BC Fees: Member: $895, Non-Member $945 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9144 Many people struggle with finding effective ways to collect their thoughts quickly, to express their ideas clearly, and to make a lasting impression. Think on Your Feet techniques make all of this possible. Think on Your Feet provides a practical, intensive and interactive workshop to help people speak spontaneously with CLARITY, BREVITY AND IMPACT. Come and learn to answer questions on the spot, explain complex ideas clearly, get to the point and be more persuasive. The Insurance Institute of Canada partnered with McLuhan & Davies Communications, Inc to make the world renowned Think on Your Feet course available to insurance professionals through the Insurance Institute. Karen Bergin is the IIC certified Think on Your Feet facilitator.
Apr 14 Building Better Relationships at Work 1110-800 West Pender St, Vancouver, BC Fees: Member: $250, Non-Member $295 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9145 Have you ever wondered why connecting and working with some people is easier for you than with others? Have you noticed that you relate better to colleagues who focus more on creating momentum and inspiring others than those that are very direct, or strive for accuracy and perfection? Perhaps you are more comfortable working with people who take a spontaneous, energetic approach than those who work at a steadier, more cautious pace? If you recognize that there are some people you find harder to work with than others, come and learn how to bridge the gaps and differences when working with others.
Apr 21 CIP Society Symposium Toronto Board of Trade First Canadian Place, 77 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, ON Speaker(s): Anthony Lacavera (WIND Mobile) and Veronica Scotti (Swiss Re) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Greater-Toronto-Area/Symposium-2016.aspx Join us for a full day of professional and leadership development while you network with insurance and business leaders. Featuring prominent keynote speakers, expert insurance and business presenters, and the return of the Up Close & Personal sessions with industry leaders, CIP Symposium will provide you with a fresh outlook on where the industry is headed.
Apr 28 - 29 Insurance Telematics Canada Double Tree Hilton Hotel, Toronto, ON Fees: $1295-$3895 Organizer: TU Automotive tu-auto.com/insurance-telematics-canada/ Insurance Telematics Canada focuses on the intersection between connected car tech and insurance in Canada. The third annual conference will include the insurance community’s Chief Executives and VPs discussing innovations in connected car insurance, how the industry approaches data analytics, the evolving role of the broker, new legal considerations, Uber and autonomous cars.
May 3 - 4 Think on Your Feet 101-515 Riverbend Drive, Kitchener, ON Fees: Member: $895, Non-Member $945 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9094 Many people struggle with finding effective ways to collect their thoughts quickly, to express their ideas clearly, and to make a lasting impression. Think on Your Feet techniques make all of this possible. Think on Your Feet provides a practical, intensive and interactive workshop to help people speak spontaneously with CLARITY, BREVITY AND IMPACT. Come and learn to answer questions on the spot, explain complex ideas clearly, get to the point and be more persuasive. The Insurance Institute of Canada partnered with McLuhan & Davies Communications, Inc to make the world renowned Think on Your Feet course available to insurance professionals through the Insurance Institute. Karen Bergin is the IIC certified Think on Your Feet facilitator.
May 10 - 11 Think on Your Feet 833 4th Ave. SW, Suite 1110, Calgary, AB Fees: Member: $895, Non-Member $945 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9124 Many people struggle with finding effective ways to collect their thoughts quickly, to express their ideas clearly, and to make a lasting impression. Think on Your Feet techniques make all of this possible. Think on Your Feet provides a practical, intensive and interactive workshop to help people speak spontaneously with CLARITY, BREVITY AND IMPACT. Come and learn to answer questions on the spot, explain complex ideas clearly, get to the point and be more persuasive. The Insurance Institute of Canada partnered with McLuhan & Davies Communications, Inc to make the world renowned Think on Your Feet course available to insurance professionals through the Insurance Institute. Karen Bergin is the IIC certified Think on Your Feet facilitator.
May 10 Mill Street Pub Night: A Fellows’ Event The Beer Hall at the Mill St. Brew Pub, 21 Tankhouse Lane, Distillery District , Toronto, ON Fees: $69.03 Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Events/Event.aspx?eventId=9121 All are welcome to join us for a relaxed and informal social evening at the historic Mill Street Brew Pub! Whether you are part of the Fellows community or the wider insurance community, you’re sure to meet old friends and make new industry connections. We’ll be enjoying some gourmet appetizers, beverages and engaging conversation – as we congratulate our new FCIPs on their achievement and present the prestigious Fellow of Distinction award.
May 12 Building Better Relationships at Work 833 4th Ave. SW, Suite 1110, Calgary, AB Fees: Member: $250, Non-Member $295 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9125 Have you ever wondered why connecting and working with some people is easier for you than with others? Have you noticed that you relate better to colleagues who focus more on creating momentum and inspiring others than those that are very direct, or strive for accuracy and perfection? Perhaps you are more comfortable working with people who take a spontaneous, energetic approach than those who work at a steadier, more cautious pace? If you recognize that there are some people you find harder to work with than others, come and learn how to bridge the gaps and differences when working with others.
May 12 - 13 Insurance Analytics Canada The Old Mill Hotel, 21 Old Mill Rd., Toronto, ON Fees: $1299-$2499 Organizer: FC Business Intelligence http://www.fc-bi.com/insuranceanalyticscanada/ Insurance Analytics Canada is a customer built event created specifically for the Canadian Insurance P&C Industry to dig deep in to business-critical topics around big data and analytics. In the digital age, insurers must interact differently with their customers. By building new operating models that, in turn, allows insurers to get a 360 degree view of the customer, effectively place products, enhance pricing models, manage risks, and respond to claims and fraud, those insurers that focus on these improvements will gain a clear competitive advantage.
May 17 - 19 Essential Management Skills 18 King Streeet East, 16th floor, Toronto, ON Fees: Member: $1,025; Non-Member $1,125 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9092 Moving from career professional into the role of management is an exciting step in one’s career. As you make that shift, your role and the skills you need to be effective will change. New managers must work hard to adapt to the challenges of managerial work and their new network of relationships and responsibilities. The transition into management requires changes in the way you present yourself, interact with your team, work and organize your day, make decisions, are measured and evaluated. Come and learn more about your Leadership style and its impact on your team; the Performance Management Life Cycle; Delegation; Conflict Management; and Motivation. You will leave the course equipped with the core skills of management that will enable you to master the day-to-day challenge of leading others and achieve maximum results through your direct reports.
Jun 6 CIP Society Fellows' Golf Tournament Wyndance Golf Club, 450 Durham Road 21, Uxbridge, ON Fees: $247.70--$269.91 Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Events/Event.aspx?eventId=9283 The CIP Society GTA invites you and guests to our annual Fellows’ Golf Tournament at the beautiful Wyndance Golf Club in Uxbridge Ontario. Join us …and spend a fun-filled day in beautiful surroundings with great friends and partners. Crafted around a former sand and gravel pit, the Wyndance offers some of the best overall conditions. Breathtaking surroundings make it a pleasure and challenge for players of all skill levels. Invite a colleague or business partner for networking, great golf, and a delectable meal to cap off the day.
Jun 7 - 9 Essential Management Skills Suite 204 - Energy Square, 10109-106 Street, Edmonton, AB Fees: Member: $1,025; Non-Member $1,125 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute of Canada http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Seminars/Seminar.aspx?seminarId=9123 Moving from career professional into the role of management is an exciting step in one’s career. As you make that shift, your role and the skills you need to be effective will change. New managers must work hard to adapt to the challenges of managerial work and their new network of relationships and responsibilities. The transition into management requires changes in the way you present yourself, interact with your team, work and organize your day, make decisions, are measured and evaluated. Come and learn more about your Leadership style and its impact on your team; the Performance Management Life Cycle; Delegation; Conflict Management; and Motivation. You will leave the course equipped with the core skills of management that will enable you to master the day-to-day challenge of leading others and achieve maximum results through your direct reports.
Sep 11 - 14 RIMS Canada Conference Calgary Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, AB Fees: $135-$1005 http://rimscanadaconference.ca Contact conference chair Phil Corbeil, City of Calgary Phil.Corbeil@calgary.ca
Sep 28 - 30 2016 National Insurance Conference of Canada The Westin Bayshore , Vancouver, BC Organizer: NICC Contact: Laura Viau
(416) 368-0777 x5
http://www.niccanada.com Whether you are an insurance or reinsurance company executive, a broker, a regulator, a risk-manager or an industry partner, the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) is designed with you in mind. This high level conference addresses the many diverse and complex issues facing leaders of the Canadian property and casualty insurance sector.
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