PSA Partnership

The difference between a vendor and a partner

A Commitment to Partnership

There is a difference between a partner and a vendor.

At PSA, our number one priority has always been our clients. We strive to foster a relationship where you view us as a partner, rather than just a vendor or broker. Accordingly, you can count on us to not only provide advice and advocacy in the realms of insurance and financial services, but also to become an ally that is there to support you as you grow and manage your business.

With this mission in mind, we have built the PSA Partnership Program to have a direct, positive impact on your business — adding immediate value and helping your business succeed.

We encourage you to take advantage of the special suite of FREE benefits we’ve assembled:

  • Seminar series, featuring the country’s top business speakers
  • Networking breakfasts with 150+ local business leaders
  • Free use of our 200 person conference facility for a business function

Please contact your Account Executive for eligibility.

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Like to Learn? Check Out Our Past Seminars

Dominick Quartuccio helped attendees take control over their time and productivity, and understand how leaders and their teams can break through self-imposed ceilings that lead to burnout and plagues organizations with procrastination, disengagement, and diminishing work quality. [more]

What’s possible without fear getting in the way. Founder of Hello Fears, Michelle Poler, shares the tale of her 100 Days Without Fear to help you tap into your full potential as a leader. [more]

How do the world’s greatest leaders speak? Chalmers Brothers, shared with attendees how a mastery of powerful conversations and self-awareness can dramatically elevate your presence and ability to inspire everyone in your life. [more]

Interested in negotiating like today’s elite dealmakers? Learn how Mark Jankowski helped PSA Partners adopt a new set of assets — EQ, advanced questioning techniques, and a mastery of belief systems — to derive optimal results at the negotiations table. [more]

Take a Masters course in holistic leadership with Wharton School professor, Stew Friedman. Learn how, now more than ever, your success as a leader isn’t just about being a great business person — you’ve got to be a great person, performing well in all domains of your life — your WORK, your HOME, your COMMUNITY, and your private SELF. [more]

Lead Interrogator in Saddam Hussein Capture, Eric Maddox, walks you through how to gain trust and influence people in your most important relationships using the empathic listening technique. [more]

During unprecedented times that threaten to reshape every corner of our lives, we count on leaders with the ability to stabilize, strategize, and mobilize teams. Major General (Retired) Mike Rothstein teaches us 8 lessons to be a business leader leading through crisis. [more]

In an environment where there are more jobs than job seekers, it’s up to leaders to use their influence  to attract and retain talent and positively shaping the opinions employees have about their job and their company.  Garrison Wynn, stand-up comedian turned Fortune 500 executive, reveals that the number one thing people want at their job is to feel valued and heard. [more]