|Date:||May 3, 2017—May 4, 2017|
|Event:||IIAW Annual Convention|
|Venue:||Madison Marriott West|
|Registration:||Click here to register.|
You’re the best of the best. You know what you want. The 2017 IIAW Annual Convention was designed with you in mind.
Join us for discussions on current industry topics, including professional development & marketing techniques, future technology within the industry, & current legislative & national topics. Elevate your business. Grow your brand. Attend the 2017 IIAW Annual Convention.
Engage with innovators during the Convention Showcase. Network with the movers and shakers of the industry throughout the day and at the can’t-miss evening entertainment.
Attendees will have actionable tactics and strategies they can implement in their insurance business immediately. More importantly, they’ll have the confidence and inspiration to improve their customer experience and grow in the modern marketplace. Don’t miss out on the premier insurance industry event of the season.
I will be delivering an interactive workshop on “Becoming a Person of Influence.”
Becoming a Person of Influence is a foundation workshop for anyone who aspires to grow as a leader and gain influence. The workshop spells out ten fundamental qualities that define influential people. Brent will carefully point out that a person’s influence does not develop overnight, but rather through a progression of four stages: modeling, motivating, mentoring, and multiplying. Influence can be acquired, but it only grows in increments. The good news is that no matter where you stand on the stairway of influence, there are qualities you can learn to help you climb to the next step.
Whatever your title or position, you can increase your impact on others by becoming a Person of Influence. Learn simple, insightful ways to interact more positively with others, and watch your personal and organizational success go off the charts. Managers will see their employees respond with new enthusiasm, leaders will gain more influence with their team, and salespeople will break records.