The CPCU Society and the Society’s Greater Milwaukee Chapter announced recently that it will be host two CPCU Society National Leadership Institute (NLI) courses, Strategic Thinking and Strategic Planning on January 18, 2006.
The CPCU Society National Leadership Institute (NLI) is the CPCU Society’s premier educational program for insurance industry professionals looking to advance their careers or take on leadership roles within their organizations. Both CPCU Society members and non members are invited to attend NLI courses. Each course has been approved for four continuing education credits in Wisconsin.
Strategic Thinking: This course focuses on participant interaction so that attendees can learn how to think strategically and solve problems analytically. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: understand the barriers to strategic thinking and problem solving; learn and practice the steps to effective thinking and problem solving; and, explore options and strategic problem-solving strategies.
Strategic Planning: This interactive course will allow attendees to practice applying the strategic planning process to gain a deeper understanding of the fit between an organization’s goals and capabilities and its changing marketing opportunities. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: understand the value of strategic planning; define expectation of strategic planning; and, understand the roles and responsibilities for members of a strategic planning team.
Both courses will be held on Jan.18, 2006, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Country Springs Hotel and Water Park Conference, 2810 Golf Road, Pewaukee, Wis., 53072.
John W. Egan, CPCU, the instructor for both classes, is an organization development consultant and principal with Workforce Innovations, Inc.
To register online go to: www.cpcusociety.org (CPCU Society members only) or call 800-932-CPCU (2728) and select option 4 to speak to the Member Resource Center. For CPCU Society members registration is $109 for one course and $129 for both courses; non members, registration is $129 for one course and $149 for both courses.
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