Link to the ChapterGram
March 2015 ChapterGram
On February 19, nearly 90 CPCU’s attended our meeting at Glen Oaks Country Club. We heard from a panel of individuals, Greg LaMair, Beth Orr, and Trent Middendorf, on “Agent Perspectives”.
The panel was moderated by Bob Skow, CPCU. The panel and moderator provided great insights on topics such as relationship building, educating and retaining younger workers, and challenges faced by the insurance industry. Thank you to everyone who attended.
March is Ethics Month for the CPCU Society. More than 20 years ago, the CPCU Society helped create Ethics Awareness Month to focus attention on this important topic each year. Ethics is a critical component of the CPCU designation, and we should always keep in mind the nine canons that make up the CPCU Professional Code of Ethics. We strive to hold ethics in the forefront of our minds, and have a responsibility to be ethical business leaders in our workplace and in our communities. Additional information about Ethics Day registration can be found on page 4 of this month’s ChapterGram. [click to continue…]
Link to the ChapterGram
February 2015 ChapterGram
I’d like to take this opportunity to recognize Erin Osier as Past Chapter President and thank her for her dedication and commitment to the success of the Iowa CPCU Society Chapter! Under Erin’s leadership we increased participation on the board and achieved new milestones in community outreach. Thank you Erin on behalf of the Iowa Chapter!
I would also like to thank Stephanie Wells, Sarah Middendorf, and Craig Green for hosting a successful charity golf outing last summer. As a result of their hard work and preparation we were able to present a $2,500 donation to Blank Children’s Hospital on January 9th. [click to continue…]
Sales of the Annual Meeting Package have been extended through January 31. Click here to purchase your annual meeting package.
For just $210 the Annual Meeting Package includes all of the meetings for the current year (does not include Ethics Day or the Golf Outing) and the annual I-Day Seminar and Luncheon. Unable to make all of the meetings? No problem! You can transfer your ticket to a colleague who has never been to a CPCU meeting. Just let us know ahead of time who will be attending in your place and we will make sure they won’t leave as a stranger.