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The law of addition

Two women speaking and seeing something in a tablet

The law of addition in leadership, however, says that for every addition you make, the results are multiplied. Leadership “law” also says that subtraction leads to division. That’s the new leadership math.

What does it mean for actuaries to act in the public interest?

The CIA is guided by a set of principles. The first, in both order and importance, states: “In carrying out its activities and programs, the Institute holds the duty of the profession to the public above the needs of the profession and its members.” This has been an area of much discussion for members and stakeholders. What duty does the profession hold to the public? How do we define the notion...

Eight men out

Last year, I recorded a podcast episode with Frank Grossman, discussing a research project he completed looking at ethical concerns within the profession. I’ve known Frank for over thirty years, and I don’t think we have ever had a conversation that lasted less than an hour, so I wasn’t surprised when we continued talking for another forty minutes after the recording was completed.

A question of ethics: Concerns among the profession

Frank Grossman, FCIA, joins us to share the findings of a recent CIA survey examining the ethical issues encountered by members within the profession and the extent to which these issues might pose an ethical problem for the actuarial profession over the next five years.

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