From left: Rotimi Olukorede, Chairman, NCRIB, Lagos Area Committee (LAC); Fatai Adegbenro, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB); Ganiyu Musa, GMD/CEO, Cornerstone Insurance Plc; and Ayo Akande, Council Member, LAC at the NCRIB-LAC April General Meeting and first members empowerment series with the theme “Work Flow Efficiency” sponsored by Cornerstone Insurance Plc held in Lagos.
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The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Council of Registered (NCRIB) Fatai Adegbenro, has called on insurance practitioners to shun unhealthy competitions to pave way for real growth of Insurance business.
He made the call at the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) Lagos Area Committee (LAC) April General Meeting held in Lagos, sponsored by Cornerstone Insurance Plc with the theme “Work Flow Efficiency”.
According to him, the idea of unhealthy competitions is promoted by individuals with poverty mindset, stressing that people with broaden mindsets seek opportunities and create them.
He implored the practitioners to shun unhealthy competitions, seek opportunities that would help deepen Insurance market.
To entrench a robust work flow amongst operators, he canvassed the introduction of service charter, adding that the initiative would help ensure files are not kept in a place beyond the expected time.
Chairman, NCRIB Lagos Area Committed, Rotimi Olukorede, said the event was the first empowerment series to equip members with the right knowledge and skills that will enhance their efficiency in the profession.
Olukorede promised that a lot more will come as Knowledge is vital in driving growth and increasing relevance in the profession.
President and Chairman of Council, NCRIB, Bola Onigbogi, who was the chief host said the empowerment programme is an innovative idea that will impact members positively and enhance their professionalism, urging the LAC to continue improving the knowledge base of her members.
Group Managing Director, Cornerstone Insurance Plc,
Ganiyu Musa, sponsors of the event said work flow efficiency is critical in driving growth and sustainability, stating that this is why Cornerstone Insurance attaches a lot of importance on technology.
“What we have done is to invest on technology which enable us engage effectively with our partners including brokers, and this has reflected in our positive performance over the years,” he said.
According to him, the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown did not have too much impact on the company in terms of business continuity because of its huge investment in technology before the pandemic.
“We were not anticipating pandemic before we invested in technology, as that has always been our strategy to improve customers experience and engage our partners effectively,” he said.