The PRMA Insurance Thought Leaders Insight Series with Spencer Houldin, alongside leading thought leaders in the industry, aims to examine the insurance terrain, identify solutions to navigating the bumpy roads and provide a roadmap that guides risk management professionals in the right direction. This episode is a sit-down with Paul Viollis, Global Business Leader, Accomplished Author, and TV & Radio Personality.
Spencer M. Houldin is President of Ericson Insurance Services. He has 30 years of experience as a personal insurance advisor and leads Ericson’s high net worth personal insurance division.
Paul Viollis, Global Business Leader, Accomplished Author, and TV & Radio Personality. For over four decades, Paul Michael Viollis has dedicated his career to the protection of our country, as well as, the shareholder value of the businesses he has navigated to the pinnacle of their respective vertical markets. On his speaking tours, his hands on expertise in subject areas of behavioral analysis, leadership development, corporate espionage, extortion/stalking, cyber security, family protection, and workplace violence allows him to develop unforeseeable insights that will have you at the edge of your seat and captivate your audience. From corporate executives and high profile individuals to private families and sales teams, each attendee will leave with a renewed sense of focus and re-energized with information that can be easily and expeditiously implemented.
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