Each episode of “On Aon” will feature people, solutions, innovations and news that define Aon’s unique culture. Delve into our global firm through conversations between colleagues.
14: On Aon’s Brand Story and Purpose with Kelli Clark and Stuart Green
What motivates Aon colleagues to show up for their clients every day? Why do we do what we do and what do we deliver to our stakeholders? How do we bring solutions to life for our clients? The answers to these big questions can be found in the exciting recent announcements that galvanize around Aon’s strategic future. In this episode of “On Aon,” host Fernanda Joaquim welcomes Aon’s Chief Culture Officer Kelli Clark and Global Head of Brand Stuart Green for a conversation about Aon’s efforts to shape decisions for the better to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. They discuss Aon’s longstanding tradition of excellence, recent changes and exciting announcements about ways that Aon is working to elevate the purpose, proposition and people shaping Aon's brand experience.
13: SPECIAL EDITION: On Aon’s Nicklaus-Jacklin Award with Bones Mackay and Paul McGinley
There is no golfing event quite as significant and unique as the Ryder Cup. From the unusual team selection to Aon’s awarding of the inaugural Nicklaus-Jacklin Award, this event is highly anticipated and thoroughly enjoyed around the world. In this special edition of “On Aon,” Aon’s CEO of EMEA, Eduardo Dávila, welcomes two special guests: Aon Ambassador, former PGA TOUR and U.S. Ryder Cup Team caddie and NBC Sports Commentator Jim “Bones” Mackay, as well as Irish professional golfer and Ryder Cup former Team member and Past Captain Paul McGinley. They talk about sportsmanship, partnership, making better decisions and the Ryder Cup—happening this week at Whistling Straits.
12: On Aon's Work Helping Businesses Navigate COVID-19 with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Neal Mills
Companies today are faced with the staggering task of developing return-to-office plans while navigating the ever-changing threat of COVID-19. What are the right return-to-office policies regarding vaccination requirements and in-person work exemptions that will best ensure the safety of the community at large? To help understand these evolving guidelines, on this episode of “On Aon,” host Andrea O'Leary, Aon’s Senior Director of Culture and Change, welcomes Aon’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Neal Mills. They discuss the challenges and possibilities that are still facing all of us as businesses respond to the latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic.
11: On Aon's Pandemic Puppies and Other Consumer Trends with Christina Hopper
From canceled once-in-a-lifetime vacations to bringing home a furry new family member, the COVID-19 pandemic presented an unprecedented need for Aon to protect what matters most. At Aon Affinity, this meant diving deep into the shifting needs of consumer clients and providing products and solutions when they were needed most. On this episode of “On Aon,” host Sheena Singh, Senior Vice President for Aon’s National Healthcare Industry Vertical in Health Solutions, is joined by Christina Hopper, President of the Consumer Solutions Group within Aon Affinity, for a conversation about consumer trends over the past two years. They cover pets, travel, TikTok, pandemic parenting, shifting to a remote work environment, weddings—and the coverage Aon offers consumers through Aon Affinity.
10: On Aon's Analysis of Climate and Catastrophic Events with Meteorologist Steve Bowen
Hurricanes and polar vortexes and drought, oh my. In 2020 alone, global natural disasters caused more than $268 billion in economic damage. Aon is constantly working to prepare clients for catastrophic weather events and the impact of climate change. On this episode of “On Aon,” host Maria Harshbarger, Health Solutions Chief Client Officer at Aon, is joined by Aon’s Head of Catastrophe Insight, Steve Bowen, for a conversation about extreme weather events and helping clients prepare for long-tail risks.
9: On Aon’s Approach to Cyber Risk with Christian Hoffman
As cyber ransomware attacks soar (they increased 485 percent in 2020), only 31 percent of organizations report having adequate business resilience measures in place to deal with ransomware threats, according to Aon data. No segment or industry is immune from these attacks, which makes the work of navigating and mitigating cyber risk more important than ever. Cyber insurance products have become a key component of insurance portfolios, growing to a $7 billion global industry and taking the need for Aon’s expertise to critical levels.
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