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Upcoming Events

Leadership Academy: Lifelong Leader
July 24, 2019
7:45 AM - 4:30 PM

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Schools Insurance Authority Presents
2nd Annual - Leadership Academy Mini-Conference

Heart of a Leader, Michele Mariscal, Certified Professional in Learning and
Performance with Schools Insurance Authority

Make connections between your head and heart that helps you lead based on your values and a
sense of purpose. Built upon a scientific foundation, learn techniques and self‐regulation tools
that help you to “think and act from the heart” with purpose and intentional outcomes.

Building a Culture of Trust, Donna Montgomery, Ph.D, Leadership Development
Consultant & Coach

Assess your own sense of trust, become more trustworthy and more trusting with others. Build a
culture of trust that lasts a lifetime and builds relationships that matter.

Flex Your Style: Using Situational Leadership to Improve Team Member Performance,
Allison Horak, Trainer/Consultant with CPS HR Consulting

Learn four management approaches that enable you to adapt to situations based on a person’s
style, ability, and motivation. Situational Leadership is a proven methodology that works –
Directing, Coaching, Facilitating, Empowering.

Powerful Feedback, Chad Copher, Leadership, Training & Development
Set the stage for giving powerful feedback that influences an employee’s behavior, gaining their
buy‐in and improving their performance. Giving constructive feedback can be a powerful
mechanism when finding an assertive balance that is palatable to your employees.

Seating is limited!


Contact Name: Amanda Franco
Contact Phone: (916) 364-1281 ext 1246
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This event occurs on the following dates:

  • July 24, 2019 from 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM
Course 3 - Measuring School Risks - Certified School Risk Managers Program
July 31, 2019
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Who Should Attend
Those employed by school districts as risk and business managers, employee benefits or safety coordinators, administrative, or other positions that oversee the risk management function, will benefit significantly by earning this designation. Insurance agency, brokerage, and company personnel who work with school risk managers are also encouraged to attend. Networking with other risk managers is encouraged throughout the CSRM Program.

What to Expect
CSRM courses are intensive, concentrated learning experiences that can be applied to the workplace immediately. Participants will receive personal, expert instruction for the real-world issues of managing risks. Each one-day course is available through classroom or online instruction, and includes an optional multiple-choice examination.

Students may choose to take all five courses any way they wish—in the classroom, online, or "mix and match" by combining the face-to-face interaction of a classroom with the convenience of CSRM Online. Successful completion of a final exam is required to earn CE credit for a CSRM Online course.

Benefits of the CSRM Program:

- Increase skills in identifying potential sources of loss within school operations.

- Meeting the dramatically increasing demand for basic risk management knowledge in and beyond the school environment.

- Approved for CE credit in all states.

- Improve ability to forecast loss amounts and maintain adequate reserves.

- The affordable registration fee includes all the course outlines and reference materials.

- Demonstrate professional competence through attainment of the CSRM designation.

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Contact Name: Jennifer McCain
Contact Phone: 916-364-1281
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This event occurs on the following dates:

  • July 31, 2019 from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM