The Full Convention Experience
The 2020 IAIP Convention is THE place for insurance and risk management professionals interested in improving their professional and personal skills. Current and prospective members will gain valuable insight into current industry trends and diverse education offerings while also taking advantage of the quality, authentic networking opportunities that IAIP is known for.
- General Session
- Keynote Speaker
- Leadership Bootcamp
- Exhibitor Hall
- Welcome Reception
- YNP Lip Sync Competition
- Ignite Luncheon
- Education Sessions
- CE Approved Courses
- Community Café
- Career Connections
- Awards Celebration
- Confidence While Communicating Speak-Off
- Community Service
- Recognition & Officer Installation Luncheon
- Town Hall meeting
- Thursday meals: breakfast, lunch and heavy hors d’oeuvres
- Friday meals: breakfast and lunch (Regional Dinners off site, not included)
- Saturday meals: breakfast and lunch
Make a Difference.
Each year the members of IAIP community collaborate on a service project. This year’s project will be supporting HallieStrong and is sponsored by Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC. HallieStrong was founded in memory of Hallie Hope who was diagnosed with a very rare and aggressive form of cervical cancer – small cell neuroendocrine. Hallieshope is all about spreading warmth and hope to those fighting cancer, one pair of socks at a time! Hospitals are cold and the days are very long. Warm socks are an absolute must throughout treatment. It’s the hope of this organization that anytime these socks are worn, the recipient finds hope, Hallie’s Hope, in knowing they’re never alone in the fight for their life.
#hallieshope is spread in two ways:
1. by sending personalized care packages, free of charge, to anyone fighting cancer, regardless of stage, type of cancer or treatment plan. Care packages are nomination based and include 3-4 pairs of socks + a handwritten note of encouragement.
2. delivering socks to hospitals & cancer centers across the country for patients to grab on treatment days. Each are tagged with an inspirational #halliestrong note!
Please bring your donation of socks to Louisville – any color, theme and size for men, women and children. Think bright, think fun, think warm, think hobbies, think inspirational!
SPONSORED BY Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC.
Get Approved to Attend.
The 2020 IAIP Convention spans three days of education and networking designed to accelerate your professional expertise. Do you need your leadership’s approval to invest three days away from the office? Use these justification tools to articulate the value of participation and get approved to attend the event.
Employer Justification Letter
Customize this, including your educational plans and estimated convention expenses, to propose attendance to your leadership:
Convention Budget Worksheet
Complete and customize, use to populate your employer justification letter.
Review the Agenda
Explore what’s being offered at the convention so you can pinpoint the most relevant events and sessions to your current and future initiatives.
Share the Knowledge
Plan ahead to deliver knowledge from the conference back to your organization. Take detailed notes, gather business cards and create a post-conference report and plan for disseminating the key takeaways to those in your organization who may benefit. Hold one or several Convention debrief sessions to share these lessons and discuss how they’re applicable to your work.
Volunteer for Convention
Gain valuable networking opportunities and be part of the creation of the convention by assisting with Registration, Confidence While Communicating (CWC) Speak-off, Twitterati or Workshops. Or assist with the Town Hall meeting through the following committees: Timekeepers, Pages and Minutes Approval.
Attending as a Group?
Groups of three or more from one organization are eligible for a group rate. Strategize ahead of time with your colleagues and determine a plan for covering conference sessions – whether it’s better to attend together or to divide and conquer more ground. Queue up the key challenges your group shares so each member is prepared to help gather information on those topics. Make a plan for how you’ll share conference notes and contacts. Email us if you are interested in group rates.