Hub - Regional Conferences - Thursday 6/22/23
- Regions 1, 2, 5, 6 – Regional Conferences & Dinners
Day 1 - Friday 6/23/23
- Welcome & Keynote
- CWC Speak-Off
- Ignite luncheon
- Education Session 1
- Welcome Reception
Day 2 - Saturday 6/24/23
- Breakfast with Sponsors
Education Session 2
Education Session 3
Awards & Recognition Luncheon
Regional dinners (optional)
Day 3 - Sunday 6/25/23
Brunch Membership Meeting & Officer Installation
All of the educational sessions offered at Convention are defined by three different Learning Tracks to boost all aspects of your career: Career Development, Industry Trends (including CE approved courses), and Community Café. From courses on industry topics and trends, to developing your management skills, to enhancing your leadership proficiencies, and mini-sessions at the Community Café, you will be amazed at all the educational opportunities that are included with your convention registration.
This track will include two courses for those working towards their Certified Leadership Program (CLP) designation or renewal. New this year we are showcasing the new Advanced CLP program with one of the courses from this new designation. The CLP and CLP-A provide you with the tools necessary to develop essential leadership skills for personal growth and professional advancement. The CLP-A course also qualifies as a CLP renewal option.
Sessions in this track will include relevant industry trends and timely insurance topics with many of the courses approved for CE credit. Education courses for insurance professionals in most areas of the industry are offered in this track. CE approvals by state for each course are listed below. Please note: the list is updated on a ongoing basis, so please check back.
Trauma Recovery (Paul Davis): AL, AR, AR, CA, CA, CT, DC, DE, DO, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MS, MS, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY
Cyber (HSB): CT, HI, NH, NJ, PA, RI & VT
Water Damage + Understanding Subrogation (ServiceMaster): AL, AZ, AR, CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IL, KS, KY, LA, MD, MS, NE, NV, NY, OK, OR, PA, RI, SD, UT, VA, WY
Join the IAIP Community for a delicious assortment of hearty a la carté menu items with an emphasis on soft skills and personal development, as well as emerging coverages. Sessions are 20 minutes or less. These mini-sessions are open to all attendees!
Thursday, June 22, 2023: Pre-Convention
Regional Conferences & Dinners
Friday, June 23, 2023: Convention – Day 1
Welcome & Keynote: Enjoy a warm welcome to Providence and our annual international meeting with keynote Jan Spence. Jan is an international speaker, trainer, and consultant with contagious charisma and a zest for life which make her an excellent motivator and leader. This TEDx speaker has used her vast knowledge in sales, communications, finances, and employee engagement to help numerous clients including Pillsbury, Walmart, and Frito-Lay.
Jan and her husband, Mitch, launched the second FiltaFry franchise in the US in 2003. As CEO, Jan built such a successful operation that they were awarded the “2005 Franchisee of the Year” by the International Franchise Association. Meeting their four-year plan, they sold the business in 2007 at 300% ROI. Since then, Jan has circled the globe as a trainer, consultant and speaker for franchisees, organizations and companies.
CWC Speak-Off: The Confidence While Communicating (CWC) Speak-Off is a competition to recognize the best speaker completing the CWC educational program. CWC is designed to teach the skills necessary to prepare and deliver oral presentations. Candidates first compete at the local level, with the winners progressing to the regional levels and culminating at the International Convention.
Ignite luncheon: The Ignite IAIP forum brings together a group of interesting and impactful speakers from different backgrounds to deliver an immersive environment showcasing important ideas and exploring how they all connect. This panel format is focused and fast-paced. This forum of presenters will inspire and provide something for everyone. Gain insight on a variety of topics that will enrich you both personally and professionally. Speakers include: Traci Adedeji Vice-President at JPW, Elizabeth Kelleher Dwyer, Esq. of RI DOI, Daniel Bridge, CEO of Vermont Mutual, and Jan Scites, CEO of MSO, Inc.
Education Session 1:
Industry Trends: Cyber, sponsored by HSB: This class will help you recognize the multiple risks all businesses face in a cyber attack. We will be reviewing coverages and loss scenarios.
Career Development: Delegating for Growth (CLP): Most tasks and projects can be delegated. As a manager, if you find yourself doing the tasks and activities you were promoted from, there’s a clear sign of items you should be delegating. This course will help any leader to better understand the purpose of delegation, prepare for and apply the steps to delegating effectively and learn to recover from inevitable mistakes or disappointments.
We welcome all Convention attendees to join the celebration at the IAIP Welcome Reception. Enjoy seeing old IAIP friends, meeting new friends and enjoying the camaraderie and networking that IAIP gatherings are known for. The YNPs have a special surprise planned for this event.
Saturday, June 24, 2023: Convention – Day 2
Breakfast with Sponsors: Welcome all Convention attendees to our interactive breakfast with our valued sponsors. Enjoy seeing old IAIP friends and making new connections at breakfast. We will hear from our sponsors who have helped to make this event possible.
Education Session 2:
Industry Trends: Understanding Water Damage (1 hour) + Understanding Subrogation (1 hour) sponsored by ServiceMaster: In Understanding Water Damage you will learn how water can damage carpet, wood floors and other building materials, how long until damage occurs and what steps can be taken to reduce or minimize the damage. In Understanding Subrogation you will learn how to control claims costs through subrogation investigation and reporting.
Career Development: Resilience Part 1 (CLP-A): Part 1 of 2 – Resilience is the process of bouncing back after adversity. Having resilience doesn’t mean you can prevent adversity, but that you can bounce back from difficult circumstances and experiences. Resilience is not extraordinary or unattainable; everyone can learn how to build resilience. Staying firm and flexible is the key. We’ll look at where you want to be firm and how you want to be flexible when faced with events that shake you. Successful completion of this course will increase your knowledge and ability to bounce back from adversity, build your self-esteem as a foundation of resilience, make and maintain connections to build resilience, accept and embrace change, use flexible thinking to overcome obstacles, and implement stress management and relaxation strategies to maintain resilience.
Community Café (Ageism: Changing the Way We Talk About Ourselves, NAIW Legacy Foundation – what it has accomplished and where it is going, Join us for a short walk around Providence, and Diversity is Everyone’s Responsibility)
Awards & Recognition Luncheon: Join us on Saturday to celebrate the winners of the 2023 International IAIP Awards. We will recognize the accomplishments of our members who have made significant contributions to IAIP and their industry. We know how much celebrating each other is important to the camaraderie and spirit of IAIP.
Education Session 3:
Career Development: Resilience Part 2 (CLP-A): Part 2 of 2 – Resilience is the process of bouncing back after adversity. Having resilience doesn’t mean you can prevent adversity, but that you can bounce back from difficult circumstances and experiences. Resilience is not extraordinary or unattainable; everyone can learn how to build resilience. Staying firm and flexible is the key. We’ll look at where you want to be firm and how you want to be flexible when faced with events that shake you. Successful completion of this course will increase your knowledge and ability to bounce back from adversity, build your self-esteem as a foundation of resilience, make and maintain connections to build resilience, accept and embrace change, use flexible thinking to overcome obstacles, and implement stress management and relaxation strategies to maintain resilience.
Community Café (Meet the New Executive Director, Open Networking Break, Where We Came From and What are our Plans for the Future, Everything you Want to Know about Cannabis Insurance, but are Afraid to Ask)
Sunday, June 25, 2023: Convention – Day 3
Brunch Membership Meeting & Officer Installation: The annual meeting of the membership will include the Presidential Address, highlights from the 2022-2023 membership year, a review of the Management Report, and the Officer Installation.