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Creating a Learning Culture program
Great topic!

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

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2018-12-20T14:48:49-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
Great topic!
Creating a Learning Culture program
This was a 10 / 10

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5.0
2018-12-20T14:48:02-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
This was a 10 / 10
Creating a Learning Culture program
She was the BEST speaker I have heard in a while! Thank you!

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2018-12-20T14:49:45-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
She was the BEST speaker I have heard in a while! Thank you!
Hi Amy,
I just finished watching and listening to the recording of a CPCU Society webinar that I originally missed. I almost did not go back to it because I have been so busy, but I am so glad that I did!

You did an excellent job presenting this topic. I believe that many people are turned off by topics about diversity and inclusion. They somehow feel offended or uncomfortable by them. I have seen, heard and participated in many diversity presentations over the past 15 years and this was honestly one of the best. It was a very interesting way to try to approach the topic. Not only did you do a great job conveying the information, but you were also quite inspiring and an excellent speaker.

All the best to you, Amy, with your company and your career.

Sharon A. King, CPCU, MBA, AIC, ARC | Director of Assessments
The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge Group

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2017-12-30T09:23:26-05:00

Sharon A. King, CPCU, MBA, AIC, ARC | Director of Assessments
The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge Group

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Hi Amy, I just finished watching and listening to the recording of a CPCU Society webinar that I originally missed. I almost did not go back to it because I have been so busy, but I am so glad that I did! You did an excellent job presenting this topic. I believe that many people are turned off by topics about diversity and inclusion. They somehow feel offended or uncomfortable by them. I have seen, heard and participated in many diversity presentations over the past 15 years and this was honestly one of the best. It was a very interesting way to try to approach the topic. Not only did you do a great job conveying the information, but you were also quite inspiring and an excellent speaker. All the best to you, Amy, with your company and your career.
Amy C. Waninger's "Lead at any Level" presentation on bias was a refreshing and useful presentation that offered many tools I will now use to expand the diversity and impact of my network.

As a career advisor who works largely with a non-traditional student population, it can be a challenge to express the value and importance of actively networking within our technology age.

This presentation offered tools like the CHAMP/IGGNORE model and language that I will rely upon to express that value to my clients, and help them as they grow professionally and personally.

Grace Donahue

Military Career Adviser, Southern New Hampshire University

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Lead at Any Level Webinars
5.0
2018-02-03T17:03:54-05:00

Grace Donahue

Military Career Adviser, Southern New Hampshire University

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Amy C. Waninger's "Lead at any Level" presentation on bias was a refreshing and useful presentation that offered many tools I will now use to expand the diversity and impact of my network. As a career advisor who works largely with a non-traditional student population, it can be a challenge to express the value and importance of actively networking within our technology age. This presentation offered tools like the CHAMP/IGGNORE model and language that I will rely upon to express that value to my clients, and help them as they grow professionally and personally.
Amy presented just the right mix of instruction and interactivity to be sure that audience members understood the importance of a diverse workforce and had identified weaknesses our own networks. The assessment tool she introduced in the "Our Brains Are Biased: How to Break Out, Break In, and Break Through" webinar showed me the weaknesses in my own professional network (without making me feel exposed) and highlighted areas for improvement. She created an atmosphere of safety during the session which allowed us to ask potentially-sensitive questions knowing that her response would be professional and kind. This is an especially important session for new professionals to help them build their networks with intention and for those with well-established networks who may not yet realize the bias that they may be unconsciously supporting.

Melissa Heeke, CAE

Membership & Communications Director, Midwest Political Science Association

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5.0
2017-07-26T08:03:18-04:00

Melissa Heeke, CAE

Membership & Communications Director, Midwest Political Science Association

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Amy presented just the right mix of instruction and interactivity to be sure that audience members understood the importance of a diverse workforce and had identified weaknesses our own networks. The assessment tool she introduced in the "Our Brains Are Biased: How to Break Out, Break In, and Break Through" webinar showed me the weaknesses in my own professional network (without making me feel exposed) and highlighted areas for improvement. She created an atmosphere of safety during the session which allowed us to ask potentially-sensitive questions knowing that her response would be professional and kind. This is an especially important session for new professionals to help them build their networks with intention and for those with well-established networks who may not yet realize the bias that they may be unconsciously supporting.
Creating a Learning Culture program
This was so worthwhile and excellent topic.

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

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2018-12-20T14:50:41-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
This was so worthwhile and excellent topic.
Krista Loven, ACP
Amy is articulate, organized, conversational, relatable, funny, and good a pausing and asking for questions throughout the call. Content was delivered as expected, in an organized/logical manner with relatable examples along the way. Amy is always a pleasure to speak to and work with!

Krista Loven, Team Lead and Veteran Advocate

American Corporate Partners (www.acp-usa.org)

Lead at Any Level Webinars
5.0
2017-11-26T18:17:42-05:00

Krista Loven, Team Lead and Veteran Advocate

American Corporate Partners (www.acp-usa.org)

Krista Loven, ACP
Amy is articulate, organized, conversational, relatable, funny, and good a pausing and asking for questions throughout the call. Content was delivered as expected, in an organized/logical manner with relatable examples along the way. Amy is always a pleasure to speak to and work with!
These are steps anyone can follow to improve their careers. The goals aren't so lofty that people can't actually do them. This is great! You gave me a lot to think about.

Terri G., Insurance industry

Lead at Any Level Webinars
2017-07-14T09:33:13-04:00

Terri G., Insurance industry

These are steps anyone can follow to improve their careers. The goals aren't so lofty that people can't actually do them. This is great! You gave me a lot to think about.
Hema Chaurasia
Hello Amy,

I wanted to thank you for the dynamic presentation to the MBA students at Olivet College.
I have written to the program director requesting a note of thanks and/or letter of recommendation on Olivet letterhead. I will certainly provide one personally on Linkedin. And, of course, I will provide the feedback link to the students.

On another note, I am part of the Risk and Insurance Council at ________________ Association. This council is a very diverse group of professionals; definitely part of the movers and shakers in the industry. I'm trying to think how I might introduce you to this group and possibly have you speak/present in a future meeting.

Thank you!

Dr. Hema Chaurasia

Professor, Olivet College MBA Program

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2019-04-16T16:33:34-04:00

Dr. Hema Chaurasia

Professor, Olivet College MBA Program

Hema Chaurasia
Hello Amy, I wanted to thank you for the dynamic presentation to the MBA students at Olivet College. I have written to the program director requesting a note of thanks and/or letter of recommendation on Olivet letterhead. I will certainly provide one personally on Linkedin. And, of course, I will provide the feedback link to the students. On another note, I am part of the Risk and Insurance Council at ________________ Association. This council is a very diverse group of professionals; definitely part of the movers and shakers in the industry. I'm trying to think how I might introduce you to this group and possibly have you speak/present in a future meeting. Thank you!
Creating a Learning Culture program
The content was relevant.

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Lead at Any Level Webinars
2018-12-20T14:51:26-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
The content was relevant.
I participated in one of Amy's Unconscious Bias Webinars and learned a ton. She has a great way to bring down the concepts to make them easy to understand and fun so you're bound to remember them. I still think about round heads vs square heads all the time, it really stuck with me! Excellent webinar. I learned a ton and highly recommend it!

Tony Cañas, Best-selling Author and Co-founder of InsNerds.com (Insurance Industry)

Lead at Any Level Webinars
5.0
2017-07-26T07:57:22-04:00

Tony Cañas, Best-selling Author and Co-founder of InsNerds.com (Insurance Industry)

I participated in one of Amy's Unconscious Bias Webinars and learned a ton. She has a great way to bring down the concepts to make them easy to understand and fun so you're bound to remember them. I still think about round heads vs square heads all the time, it really stuck with me! Excellent webinar. I learned a ton and highly recommend it!
Good, Well thought out presentation. Engaging. Interesting stats and easy flow.

Glenise Rooks, CPCU

Member, CPCU Society Diversity Committee and Diversity Chair, Tidewater CPCU Chapter

Lead at Any Level Webinars
5.0
2017-07-26T08:00:25-04:00

Glenise Rooks, CPCU

Member, CPCU Society Diversity Committee and Diversity Chair, Tidewater CPCU Chapter

Good, Well thought out presentation. Engaging. Interesting stats and easy flow.
It was an open and frank discussion on subjects that aren't often discussed not only in a business environment, but not often in our personal lives as well.

Bruce Fisher, CPCU

Marketing and Sales Representative, The Institutes

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4.0
2017-11-26T18:13:59-05:00

Bruce Fisher, CPCU

Marketing and Sales Representative, The Institutes

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It was an open and frank discussion on subjects that aren't often discussed not only in a business environment, but not often in our personal lives as well.
Creating a Learning Culture program
Great points that I can apply to my job today!

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

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2018-12-20T14:46:59-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
Great points that I can apply to my job today!
Very useful information!

Anonymous (Military)

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4.0
2017-11-26T18:10:43-05:00

Anonymous (Military)

Very useful information!
Creating a Learning Culture program
Can't wait to put some of these into practice.

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

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2018-12-20T14:53:12-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
Can't wait to put some of these into practice.
Creating a Learning Culture program
Really believe I can put this to good use. Thanks.

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

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2018-12-20T14:52:23-05:00

Anonymous feedback from CPCU Society webinar participant

Creating a Learning Culture program
Really believe I can put this to good use. Thanks.
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