Risk & Business Magazine Cooke Insurance Risk & Business Magazine Fall 2017 - Page 5
CONQUERING TEAM DYSFUNCTION
5 LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
6 TEN MISTAKES HOLDING BACK YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE
9 A WORKAHOLIC’S LESSON ON LOVE & LOSS
Lindsey Boggs - From The Ritz To a Padded Cell
12 BE A BETTER LEADER
Be More Like Your Heroes
14 TEAM CULTURE
There’s An App For That
20 ARE YOU AN ACCIDENTAL DIMINISHER?
Diminishers Vs. Multipliers
22 IS CAREER REINVENTION IN YOUR FUTURE?
24 MIKE MICHALOWICZ
A Simple Technique To Skyrocket Productivity
26 SIX ESSENTIAL ASPECTS OF CYBER INSURANCE
Hello and welcome to the fall 2017 issue of Cooke
Insurance Risk & Business Magazine! I hope all of you have
been doing well since our last issue. Some of you we
have seen recently, some we have not, and some may be
completely new to us. Regardless of where you are coming
from, you can expect to find information in these pages
which will prove useful to you and your business. Being
in insurance, our goal is to help protect you from risk and
mitigate your losses. We here at Cooke Insurance want
to go a step further and help you grow as a person and
expand your business to reach your goals as well.
The theme for this month is ducks. Metaphorically
speaking, of course. It’s about getting your ducks in a row.
Whether that means prepping your online professional
profile to draw in potential clients and new contacts to
your network (check out our profile tips on pages 6 &
7) or making sure you are asking the right questions of
your insurance professionals (and being asked the right
questions by them), we have the information here to help
you get your ducks in a row.
We appreciate you taking the time to read this magazine
and hope the topics are helpful to you. As always, if you
have topics you would like to see covered in future issues,
have questions you’d like answered, or simply want
to chat for a few minutes, please drop me an email at
28 PROTECT YOUR WEALTH:
Top 5 Estate Litigation Risks
29 ARE YOU PREPARED IF DISASTER STRIKES?
Planning For The Worst
31 INSURING THE GOOSE WITH GOLDEN EGGS
Jeff Cooke, President