Podcast

Do you have a leadership story
we should be listening to?
Be A Guest Speaker

By clicking submit you agree to processing your personal data by Finpro for the purpose of processing your request. You acknowledge that you have the right to access and rectify above-mentioned personal data. Please visit our Privacy Policy to know more about how we process your data
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
We use cookies

We may place these for analysis of our visitor data, to improve our website, show personalised content and to give you a great website experience. For more information about the cookies please visit our Privacy Policy.

Okay, I understand
Podcast
Category Name

The LiiP S1, E17: Peter Clarke, CEO and Founder, Insurercore

May 9, 2021
This podcast is also available on:

Welcome to the latest edition of the Leadership in Insurance Podcast. In this episode, I was lucky enough to be joined by Peter Clarke.Peter is CEO and Founder of Insurecore. Insurercore is a professional networking site exclusively for Insurance practitioners helping improve the market's inefficiencies and encourage networking in a more professional context. In this episode, we talk about: - Micro-social media networking sites and why Linkedin isn't fit for purpose. - How a social networking site doesn't replace face to face meetings but enhances the relationship - How the pandemic and increased working from home has enhanced the need for social media - Why Insurercore couldn't have been built by someone from outside the market - The nuances of the market and the knowledge aren't being shared - a network is a way of doing that - Peter selling his house to launch a start-up when he had just been promoted! - The challenge of launching a platform - chicken and egg - Your assumptions aren't always correct - the audience dictates how they like to use it - The democratization of opportunity - the importance of enhanced networking within that - Better networks mean more business - Culture biggest prohibitor of change in Insurance - The cost base of Lloyd's shows how resistant to change the market is - it hasn't changed for 50 years - Technology should enhance the best parts of insurance Innovation is challenging everything you do - even your scanning! - By the time you "earn the right" to have your say you are often indoctrinated into the insurance market - this inhibits change - Fail fast isn't useful unless you are learning and find out why you fail! - Getting feedback from clients is key to success BUT... they are not always right! - The secret to successful change - keep trying new things - Training on systems - shouldn't they be intuitive enough? - Using platforms vs fully utilizing platforms - The importance of non-execs - filling the gaps in your knowledge Thanks so much to Peter for being a great guest Our host is FinPro Director, Alex Bond.Please like and subscribe if you enjoyed this podcast

Want some leadership wisdom
in your inbox?

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
By clicking submit you agree to processing your personal data by Finpro for the purpose of processing your request. You acknowledge that you have the right to access and rectify above-mentioned personal data. Please visit our Privacy Policy to know more about how we process your data

Do you have a leadership story
we should be listening to?
Be A Guest Speaker

We are always interested to speak to people about being guests on the Leadership in Insurance podcast. If you or someone in your business is driving change in the future of insurance, then we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch

Get In Touch

Other episodes you may also like

Category Name
The LiiP with Alex Bond, MD, FinPro

Read More
Category Name
The LiiP with Stuart Winchester, Founder and CEO, Marble

Read More
Category Name
The Liip with Jeff Radke, Co-Founder and CEO, Accelerant

Read More