Insurance Institute of Jersey Annual Dinner. Please join us for our first Annual Dinner since 2019. Save the date. Friday 10th June 2022. Further details to follow shortly.
Fri 10 Jun 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm
Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel
Insurance Considerations for the Digital Asset Industry
Insurance Considerations for the Digital Asset Industry provides participants with an explanation of digital asset currencies and NFTs – what they are and what insurance coverages are available. The session brings this to life through public claims scenarios and offers a ‘check list’ of good risk management practices that underwriters can look out for.
Thu 09 Jun 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Claire Davey, Cyber Claire Ltd
Managing Anxiety through Change
This webinar will explore anxiety, what it is, how and why it shows up in the workplace and what can be done to reduce the impact of anxiety on well-being and performance. Attendees will get practical tools and techniques to help them manage anxiety and to thrive at work and in life.
Wed 15 Jun 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Claire Russell, Mental Health in Business
A Practical Guide to Successful Retirement
Retirement is a major life transition. It is likely to last many years. While for many it is the reward for years of hard work, for a significant proportion retirement is not the positive experience they expected. This workshop uses an evidenced based approach to explore the key challenges and adjustments required, and identifies what we need to do, beyond the financial planning, to ensure a fulfilling future.
Wed 18 May 5:00 pm – 6:15 pm
Anne Cannings, Retirement Life Plan
Public and Environmental Liability
The aim of this webinar is to identify the key issues of Environmental Impairment Liability and to take away some of the mystery or misunderstanding that is commonly found with this complex area of claims.
Tue 10 May 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Frazer Murray-Hall, BA CIP MIAgrM, The Davies Group
Insurance Institute of Jersey AGM 2022
Our Meeting will be held at the Capelin Room, St Helier Parish Hall, Date - Wednesday 27th April 2022 Time - 1pm The Agenda and previous minutes will be available on the day. Lunchtime refreshments will also be provided. If you are interested in joining the Council, please do pop along for a chat once the meeting is concluded. We look forward to seeing you.
Wed 27 Apr 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Young Professionals: How to Demonstrate and Develop Credibility
This webinar, aimed at young professionals, explores the characteristics of credibility and how to use it in an authentic way in business conversations. It also explores the importance of presence and confidence in credibility, even when not speaking. The aim of this webinar is for delegates to identify the knowledge and practical solutions on how to use gravitas and personal impact authentically.
Thu 21 Apr 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Creating and Claiming Value in negotiation
This masterclass in negotiation focuses on how to create and claim value in a negotiation. A critical skill in a hard market. We will look at how to ensure the negotiation does not become focused around price and premium by discussing how to create value in a negotiation through identifying interests. We will focus on how to identify distributive interests (win-lose), integrative interests (win-win) and common interests. We will then build on this by looking at how you create a strategy for placing a value on these interests for you and your negotiation partner and then how you present proposals in which value is created for all but in a way that you end up claiming the lion's share.
Wed 06 Apr 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Jeff Heasman, Insurance UpSkill
Legal Update: Overcoming Risks in the New Normal
Insurance specialists from law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys, will present on how to overcome organisational risks emerging from the pandemic, and will provide a general insurance legal update. Topics include: • Managing employment risks around the shift to hybrid working • Cyber risks and their financial, operational, and reputational impacts • General update on personal injury claims.
Mon 21 Mar 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Jonathan Edwards, Harrison Clark Rickerbys