Values Shouldn’t Be Negotiable

There's a big difference between values and preferences. Preferences can be negotiated and adapted based on the person and the situation. Values, on the other hand, are meant to be non-negotiable and ...

The Downside of Feeling Powerful

Most of us strive to climb the corporate ladder and gain power in the workplace, but there may be a downside, according to a new post on the LSE Business Review blog from The London School of ...

Executives On The Move at PURE and CNA

The PURE Group of Insurance Companies promoted two executives to lead its claims and risk management divisions. CNA appointed a former AIG executive to the newly created position of senior vice ...

25 Tips for Leaders: Managing Yourself

Insurance executives are bombarded with self-improvement advice—articles pushed to their smartphones and emails flooding their inboxes hyping books and courses that promise to pave the way to ...

Make Meetings More Effective

Meetings are a necessary evil for any organization, but they sometimes seem to offer more hassle than value. In a new Harvard Business Review article, corporate trainer Paul Axtell offers advice on ...

Swiss Re Promotes Ningen to Lead Swiss Re Canada

Monica Ningen has been appointed president and chief executive officer of Swiss Re Canada and English Caribbean. Ningen succeeds Veronica Scotti, who has been named chairperson for Global ...