After getting her start in the insurance industry as a property package and inland marine underwriter, Randi Glazer spent the better part of three decades working in a variety of professional capacities as she continually adapted to a rapidly changing field. Now an underwriting consultant and an author, Glazer is one of the industry’s most in-demand professionals and is widely regarded as one of the most effective mentors to newcomers to the profession.
Given her status as a leading consultant and respected industry veteran, it is only natural that Glazer would be encouraged to put her valuable insights down on paper as the author of “Randi Glazer’s 12 Strategies for Surviving a Career in the Insurance Industry.” The author of a number of articles and books covering an incredibly broad range of subjects, Glazer’s most recent publication seeks to preserve the advice she received as an up-and-comer in the world of insurance and underwriting.
Randi Glazer's 12 Strategies for Surviving a Career in the Insurance Industry
Let's be honest, working in insurance seems like a professional and laid back job and for the most part, it is. Too many have gone into working in insurance and were thrown to the wolves. The truth is, you have to be quick on your toes to survive in the insurance industry.
One of the best things about working in insurance is you do not need specific education or work experience as most employers would much prefer to train you on the job (normally by throwing you to the wolves) and you have to be able to learn the job fast.
You're going to get pushed around a lot being new and if you have worked in insurance for a while and people still push you, it's because you have taught them to. In "Randi Glazer's 12 Strategies for Surviving a Career in the Insurance Industry" I cover when it's necessary to push back but at the same time how to be respectful of your superiors.
Most of the bosses you'll meet will believe they are a leader when they are strictly just managing as you'll also learn.
"Randi Glazer's 12 Strategies for Surviving a Career in the Insurance Industry" compares marriage to business as anyone who is married and runs a business could understand the similar people skills needed to make both of these valuable assets thrive. If you work in insurance or in a business dealing with the public, "Randi Glazer's 12 Strategies for Surviving a Career in the Insurance Industry" is a great education tool to help with your every day progression to your goals.