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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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Whether it’s your church adding a privacy policy, changes in law, or the need for specific benefits in the war on talent, the world of risk is becoming more complex and interconnected. Join us as we explore these connections in an approachable way by speaking with the dynamic Associates of Lockton, the world’s largest independent insurance broker.


Christopher Laubenthal, MPA - Host

Christopher has been the show’s host from its original inception as a Lockton internal podcast. When not podcasting, he is the Data and Visualization Consultant. His work entails identifying business trends and opportunities with big data, he then helps to cultivate and communicate solutions with data visualizations. In short, Christopher finds and tell stories. He has been at this work for fifteen years.


Why Lockton?

Lockton, since its creation, has been a home for those with drive, passion and a hunger to impact the world. Our Associates, empowered by an entrepreneurial spirit and a storied history, facilitate change every day. It’s their brilliant work that makes for compelling and uncommonly unique stories.



This podcast employs, as intro and outro music, the single “Little Lily Swing” by Tri-Tachyon. This single was produced by Alexander Naumov, curated by ccCommunity, and accessed through the Free Music Archive. The original upload date of “Little Lily Swing” was November 20, 2015. The music has been edited to fit our Intro and Outro needs. No involved parties in the creation, production, curation, distribution, or dissemination endorse us or our use.