Marie Carr, Amanda Davis, and Bhushan Sethi, along with moderator Paul Carroll, discuss creating a culture of innovation and how to attract new talent and motivate and upskill existing talent.

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Winning the War for Talent

This webinar tackles a key issue -- maybe the key issue -- facing the insurance industry: How can we attract, train and retain the talent that we need and that the industry's mission merits. Experts from PwC and an HR leader from Munich Re America describe:

-- How finding and articulating a True North for a business draws talent and gives them purpose.

-- How, increasingly, companies can serve customers not just through their own resources but through the talent available via partners in the ecosystems that companies are forming with others

-- How to think about redesigning work and the workplace as pandemic-related restrictions wane. 

Date: April 28, 2022

Time: 1:00 pm EDT

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About the Speakers

Amanda Davis

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Amanda Davis

Amanda Davis is the Head of HR Business Partners and Talent Acquisition at Munich Re America Services. In this role she leads the teams responsible for partnering with the business on all talent topics including talent

acquisition, employee performance and engagement, organizational design and employee relations for Munich Re’s US P&C operations. Based in Princeton, NJ, Amanda is a member of the Regional HR Leadership Team for

Munich Re US P&C and the extended Munich Re global HR management team.

Amanda has over 25 years of HR experience, including 18 in the insurance industry, which includes HR business partnership, leadership coaching and development, workforce planning, rewards and recognition, employee

relations, talent acquisition, employee benefits and HR operations. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from The College of New Jersey and holds the

Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation. Currently Amanda is leading the Munich Re US implementation of New Ways of Working, a hybrid working model.

Bhushan Sethi

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Bhushan Sethi

Bhushan Sethi, Joint Global leader, People and Organization, PWC | Adjunct Professor, NYU Stern

LinkedIn:, Twitter: @bhushansethi1

Bhushan is a global practice leader, pragmatic strategist and practitioner with a demonstrable track record of working with financial Institutions and leading global organizations to design and implement integrated business and workforce strategies that enable sustainable business, customer, financial and regulatory outcomes. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor for NYU Stern School of Business, where he teaches the consulting practice course to MBA students.

Bhushan is an award winning thought leader and media spokesperson on "future of work” and has been recently featured in WSJ, FT, Bloomberg, CNBC, Forbes, BBC and The Economist. He is also a current member of councils for both World Economic Forum – Skills and Education and G20/T20 - Future of Work.

He currently resides in New York City and has lived and worked in Europe, Asia and US

Marie Carr

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Marie Carr

Marie serves executive leadership teams and corporate boards in the development of digital growth strategies, which take advantage of emerging trends and disruptions, positioning firms for long term profitable growth. Marie helps leadership teams gain critical alignment on the decisions important to navigate growth and successfully execute.

Paul Carroll

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Paul Carroll

Paul Carroll is the editor-in-chief of Insurance Thought Leadership.

He is also co-author of A Brief History of a Perfect Future: Inventing the Future We Can Proudly Leave Our Kids by 2050 and Billion Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn From the Most Inexcusable Business Failures of the Last 25 Years and the author of a best-seller on IBM, published in 1993.

Carroll spent 17 years at the Wall Street Journal as an editor and reporter; he was nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize. He later was a finalist for a National Magazine Award.

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