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This 15 to 25-minute podcast reflects our innovative work as the world’s largest independent broker. On it, we start a dialogue with our leaders and experts to make complex ideas approachable. Our goal is to educate through storytelling, providing a personal perspective that makes our innovations less abstract. Come explore with Christopher Laubenthal, MPA, Data and Visualization Consultant, as he meets with Lockton’s best and brightest to talk about their work, their world, and how it all fits together.

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Jan 25, 2022

COVID and the associated vaccine mandates continue to provide employers with unique challenges and concerns. Interestingly, COVID-related claims and lawsuit outcomes associated with employment have not (to date) lined up with employers’ worst fears. On this episode, Marie-France Gelot, Senior Vice President, Insurance...


Jan 11, 2022

How employees take pause from their work impacts a company’s recruitment and informs its retainment. There seems to be universal agreement on this idea of time off mattering for employees, but nowhere near agreement on what companies are doing about it. On this episode, Stacie Engelmann, an accomplished HR Consultant...


Dec 28, 2021

Being storytellers at Lockton provides us with special insight into the world. A view that facilitates the identification of patterns in our field. Today, Team LAAV looks back at the year’s episodes from that vantage point and provides you the ideas that kept appearing episode after episode. Listening to...


Dec 14, 2021

International companies come in all shapes and sizes. We believe a company’s size should not dictate its commercial success in the U.S. This episode explores our belief through the work of our Global Business team, formerly reverse flow insurance. On this episode, Bo Govea, Lockton’s Global Business team leader...


Nov 23, 2021

Incorporation of the internet with business fosters advancements in the physical world as much as the digital one, everything from drone machines to sprinklers that turn on or off based on weather. There is, however, a unique risk that this innovation now incurs—hacking that results in physical damage and...