August 2017 – What’s Going On?

Featured Programs

Commercial Insurance Basics
Dates: October 30 – November 3, 2017
Location: Chubb’s Cincinnati, OH office
Dates: May 7 – 11, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Long Island, NY office
Who Should Attend: Anyone new to the business or needing an ISO commercial coverage refresher.
Description: This intense, one-week core commercial insurance coverage program is designed to give those new to insurance a competitive edge. The program is also appropriate for anyone needing an ISO refresher, such as Account Managers, Account Executives and CSRs. Participants will benefit from an in-depth study of ISO commercial insurance coverage forms.

Premier Producer Development Program
Dates: May 7 – 17, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Long Island, NY office
Who Should Attend: Commercial Lines Producers with less than two years experience.
Description: Phase II of Chubb’s Premier Producer Development Program includes one week of intense core commercial ISO coverage analysis and one week of sales training using a consultative sales approach plus Chubb product information. The first week of this program is the same as Commercial Insurance Basics (see above for the San Diego program) and is appropriate for anyone new to the business or needing an ISO commercial coverage refresher. Contact Agency Education for options to attend only portions of this program.

Strategic Finance 2017 – Gaining Competitive Advantage through Client Financial Acumen
Dates: October 4 – 5, 2017
Location: Chubb’s Denver, CO office
Who Should Attend: Experienced outside sales people who focus on selling personal insurance to high net worth clients. Attendees should have at least three years’ experience in obtaining and selling to new clients.
Description: This two-day class is designed to sharpen your ability to review financial reports of prospects and clients, enhance credibility with key decision-makers by speaking their language, master financial terminology, and increase your comfort with the world of financial analysis. Participants use a sophisticated business simulation to actually run a company and see how their decisions impact financial results. Up to 14 CE Credits, depending on the state.

Personal Risk Services Advanced Producer School
Dates: October 17 – 19, 2017
Location: Chubb’s Whitehouse Station, NJ office
Who Should Attend: Experienced outside sales people who focus on selling personal insurance to high net worth clients. Attendees should have at least three years’ experience in obtaining and selling to new clients.
Description: This program consists of workshops on creating high net worth centers of influence, sales and networking, and digital marketing including how to best use LinkedIn.

Webinar Offerings

Presenting with Impact
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017
Time:2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)
Location: Virtual Webinar
Description: As a speaker, how can you consistently project poise and confidence when the stakes are high? If you seem nervous or uncomfortable, your credibility drops. That’s why presentation skills are essential for successful professionals, whether they present from the front of the room, the head of the table, or on a conference call. Strong presenters adapt to the environment and form an immediate and lasting impression with their clients. This webinar will help you successfully manage your presence, information, and interaction so your credibility stays strong.

Common Warehouse Hazards and Fire Protection
Date: Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)
Location: Virtual / Webinar
Description: Global economy demands and rising customer expectations are creating new challenges for traditional “warehousing”. The good news is that basic hazard recognition principles for the safety professional remain constant. The human element and pre-planning components common to effective property conservation programs throughout all industries are easily employed even in today’s most advanced, ever-taller, and ever-larger warehousing structures. Join Chubb Risk Engineering to learn more about the modern warehouse environment from a risk management perspective