In episode 8 of our podcast series “Lessons from the insurance innovation frontline”, one of our innovation consultants, Dan Webster, talks to one of Ninety’s Training Specialists, Emily Gardner, about training and building innovation capability. They also discuss the importance of innovation training and provides us a ‘behind-the-scenes’ insight from a facilitator/trainer’s perspective.
Series 1: Lessons from the frontline features some of our insurance innovation consultants sharing their experiences at the front-line of insurance innovation projects at Ninety.
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Dan Webster (pictured left) is an Innovation Consultant at Ninety. He is an engineer by training with a background in the start-up world and passion for innovation.
Dan has implemented Ninety’s 123 Framework™ across P&C, commercial and specialty to bring new insurance ideas to market. In the US, he delivered our Innovation ABC™ program for a $30bn American P&C insurer, building a new self-sustaining innovation model in 12 months.
Emily is a Training Specialist at Ninety. Her role involves promoting managing and delivering Ninety’s training proposition. Alongside Emily began her journey at Ninety as an Innovation Consultant. Prior to that, she worked within strategy and innovation at Saga, a leading UK personal lines broker, developing propositions and growing the innovation program for the financial services division. Emily is experienced in running innovation events, including designing and managing a conference on changing perceptions of age and its implications for the insurance market.