Melissa Collett, CII, Sabrina Kruse, SCOR Global P&C, Charlotte Myers, Markel International & Fiona Temple, Lloyd’s Market Association
It’s time to be less obsessed with technical skills and widen the search for talent. That is according to a number of senior executives who debated this issue on a Re/insurance Lounge panel discussion organised by Intelligent Insurer.
It’s a people business, but in the war for talent, insurance doesn’t always win. As a recent session of Intelligent Insurer’s Re/insurance Lounge heard, many end up in the industry rather than actively choose it.
How can the industry change that, make sure it’s drawing from the widest possible pool of talent, and then ensure it keeps it? A group of experts joined our online platform for interviews, debates and panel discussions to look at the issues:
- Melissa Collett , professional standards director of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII);
- Sabrina Kruse, head of human resources (HR) for UK, Ireland and South Africa and global HR business partner at SCOR Global P&C;
- Charlotte Myers, head of technical training at Markel International;
- Fiona Temple, HR & Academy director for the Lloyd’s Market Association.
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