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The Alberta Broker Magazine 2012
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The Alberta Broker is the official publication of IBAA, published six times a year.
Keep informed about issues, events, and education for brokers throughout Alberta.

 

2012

The Alberta Broker, December 2012–January 2013 (standard PDF)
“I was born on the Internet”—Insurance and the Online Client (p. 6)
  • Connecting with Millennials—12 Things You Should Know About These Tech-Savvy 12–34 Year Olds (p. 10)
  • How to Rekindle Enthusiasm for Your Job (p. 20)
  • When an Insured’s Vacant Boarding House Is Vandalized, an Ontario Broker Learns the Hard Way Brokers Need To Make Sure Clients Understand What’s Covered and What Isn’t (Legal-Ease, p. 22)

The Alberta Broker, October–November 2012 (standard PDF)
Now What? The Brokers Role in the Claims Process (p. 8).
  • IBAA president Scott Treasure has much to say to brokers who decide not to join IBAA (p. 4).
  • Want to offer online quoting? How about an app for your clients? IBAA has a program for that! (p. 16)
  • Is it the broker’s job to examine business contracts and provide related advice to clients? Karen MacWilliam says "yes" and offers tips (p. 34).

The Alberta Broker, August–September 2012 (standard PDF)
Coach’s Corner—What makes for a successful career coaching relationship . . . and why bother? (p. 6)
  • In today’s loud, competitive marketplace, it’s hard to get the consumers’ (and the legislators’) attention. What is IBAA doing to help member brokers stand out in the crowd? (The Advocate, p. 16)
  • Is a building “vacant” if there’s beer in the fridge but no pictures on the walls? (Legal-Ease, p. 28)
  • Fall means back to school – make your plans with the IBAA professional development calendar (p. 40)


The Alberta Broker, June–July 2012 (standard PDF)
Treasure Hunt
A profile of IBAA’s newly elected president, Scott Treasure
(p. 6)
  • Differentiate or Die! (p. 24)
  • Manage your E&O risk by taking the extra steps in assessing your clients’ needs. (p. 18)
  • It’s time to “Pump Up the Volume” with your MLAs! (p. 34)
  • Brokerage deducts commissions paid on cancelled policies. Is that allowed? (p. 28)

The Alberta Broker, April–May 2012
Target Your Market—the IBAA 2012 Convention

The Alberta Broker, February–March 2012
Heroes Among Us: Get inspired by the winners of the 2011 Making a Difference contest

Prior Issues

The Alberta Broker, 2007–2011

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