Emotional Intelligence Highlighted by the Auditor/Reviewer Relationship Webinar
November 14, 2019; 1:00 pm ET
We will investigate what emotional intelligence is and how it applies to our relationship to others. Specifically, the focus will be on the relationship & interactions between auditors and quality reviewers. We will learn what the actual definition of emotion is and how recognizing the physical components of emotion and how naming our emotions correctly can lead towards constructive learning and resolutions and how unbridled, it can lead to toxic interactions and undesirable working relationships.
Identify & Define the 5 components of Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Review how our minds receive/process information (spinal cord/ limbic system/ frontal cortex) & highlight the physical responses generated in the limbic system
Learn the difference between response & reaction to help create a cohesive environment between auditors & reviewers
Relate how auditors, reviewers & others can apply these concepts to all of their relationships
Phillip Gorrill has been in the premium audit field since 2005 and is currently the Regional Director of Premium Audit at Accelevant Premium Audit. Prior to overseeing business and employee development in the mid-west, he spent his days in the field auditing every type of business from oil, gas, trucking and construction to life sciences, financial institutions and law firms while at AIG & Chubb. He has been active in the local auditors’ association and has a keen interest in teaching and mentoring. Phillip holds his P&C license and recently obtained a Train the Trainer certificate and is certified in Emotional Intelligence Training. Phillip received a BS in Finance & Economics from North Central College and loved it so much he attained his MBA from the same school in Marketing & Leadership.
Temporary Labor and PEOs - Workers Compensation Webinar
November 21, 2019; 1 pm ET
In this webinar we will discuss how to classify these risks from a workers compensation standpoint. We will also learn how to identify these risks as not all temporary labor or PEO risks put the name "temp" in their title. Because there is no specific manual rules, we will share tools with the auditor to help determine if the risk should be identified as a temporary labor, labor contractor or PEO risk.
Learn how to classify temporary labor, labor contractors & PEOs.
Learn how to identify these risks.
Learn some key factors to aid the auditor in evaluating these risks.
After graduating from Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Sally Nesmith moved to South Bend, Indiana where she started her insurance career. She lived in Louisiana for 27 years and worked as a professional liability underwriter, as an Estate Manager for the Department of Insurance, as Accountant and later as the Director of Client Services for the Louisiana Home Builders SIF and most finally for LWCC as the Associate Vice President of Insurance Operations. Sally moved to Northwest Arkansas in the spring of 2015 and started working with Premium Audit Advisory Service (PAAS) as the Technical Manager of Education. Sally has held her CIC designation since 1992 and obtained the APA designation and is working to complete the CPCU designation by the end of 2020.
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