These valuable digital resources detail emerging insurance trends, highlights, and distinguished industry professionals. Since 1993 Resources Magazine is the official publication of the National Alliance Research Academy. Published three times a year it is an exclusive benefit for National Alliance designation dues payers. Below is a sample issue from Spring 2020…. More has been a valuable membership benefit and is enjoyed by risk & insurance professionals nationwide.
Austin, TX – January 12, 2021 – The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research received recognition on local Lansing news station FOX News 47 for the Certified Insurance
By: Jerry Kennedy, CIC Properly covering an insured’s home is no simple task. Often, when a client is buying a new home, they’re too busy to take
Is It Covered? The Lack of Coverage for COVID-19 Under Standard Business Income and Extra Expense Coverage Forms
By: Paul Burkett, J.D., CPCU, CIC, CRM, ARM, ALCM Across the country, agencies and their clients are concerned about coverage under standard BusinessIncludes trade, profession, or occupation.
By Richard (Dick) G. Clarke, CIC, CPCU, RPLU As insurance products go, fiduciary liability insurance is not old—the first policies emerged in 1975, following the passage of
Dwight M Kealy, J.D., MA, CIC, AAI Does your insured really need Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) coverage if they have health insurance? In these difficult times, people are
Paul Martin, CPCU, Director of Academic Content One of the real pleasures of working with The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research is being around so many
Austin, TX October 13, 2020 – Judi Vaughn, CIC, CISR, Account Manager for Kysar Leavitt Insurance AgencyA relationship, express or implied, wherein one party (principal) delegates authority to another person
Alex A. Factor, UACRM recently graduated from Florida State University (FSU) in Tallahassee with a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Uncertainty that may be either positive or negative arising from a given set of circumstances. Common definitions also include: 1) chance or probability of loss, 2) uncertainty concerning loss, 3) possibility of a variation of outcomes from a given set of circumstances, and 4) difference between expected losses and actual losses.... More ManagementProcess of managing uncertainty of exposures
The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research Releases Insuring Healthcare Providers Course
This course is part of the PROFocus SeriesNational Alliance National Alliance PROFocus Series courses are open to all insurance and risk management professionals! Dues-paid National Alliance designees are eligible for update credit! PROFocus Series Courses—available in both classroom and instructor-led online formats—deliver high-level insurance and risk education for ALL industry, insurance, and risk management practitioners. These specialty courses are designed to build your industry-specific business and increase your income.... More courses are open to all insurance and risk management professionals! Dues-paid National Alliance designees are eligible
Dustyne Bryant, MBA, CIC, CISR- Personal Lines Academic Director Joan E. Sansing, CIC, ARM, AAI- Faculty- Dynamics of SellingThe The Dynamics of Selling Series is a multi-day insurance specific sales training course. Designed and taught by leading, insurance sales professionals who are active in the industry. The series takes the sales process, sales management, and agency/company relations to a new level. While many generic sales programs are available, Dynamics of Selling remains the only “insurance specific” sales training in... Series is a multi-day insurance specific
In this interview Mitch Dunford speaks with Paul Gaglioti, CIC, President of Diversified RiskUncertainty that may be either positive or negative arising from a given set of
By Carletta Clyatt, The Omnia Group, Inc. Whether talented salespeople are born or made remains a topic of debate, with the answer undoubtedly lying somewhere between nature
By Kenneth L. Fields, MSM, CIC, CPCU, CLU, ChFC About 10,000 baby boomers (76.4 million people born from 1946–1964) turn 65 every day in the United States,
Refuting Myths and Misconceptions About Residential Water Damage: Inform and Encourage Clients to Adopt a Mitigation Mindset
By Anne Martin As a high-net-worth personal lines risk manager who specializes in water damage mitigation, I speak to homeowners frequently about the peril of water. Although
You and your agency are at a transition point. Maybe you’ve reached a fork in the road or need to respond to an action you can’t control.
By Laura Sherman, CPRM, CAPI As we insurance agency professionals make plans for the future, the saying “what got us here won’t get us there” comes to
We are living in unprecedented times. COVID-19COVID-19 is a disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus. ‘CO’ stands for corona, ‘VI’ for virus, and ‘D’ for
Social media marketing can guide your insurance agency to more leads, promote consumer trust and heighten engagement with your target audience. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? In this Nat
Attracting and retaining talent remains among the top insurance agency challenges as the industry continues to face a shortage of qualified candidates intending to pursue a long-term
Last month’s tragic helicopter crash that killed NBA star Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others is putting aviation coverage on many insurance professionals’ minds right now,