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PSA Partnership Featuring Gair Maxwell, Entrepreneur and Author, Video Transcription:
Gair Maxwell – I am so enthralled with what I’m seeing here at PSA Insurance and Financial Services. The fact that a company that is selling things like essential commodities such as commercial insurance, such as fiduciary advisors, workers’ comp insurance and health benefits. To take this sort of position in the community and actually develop leadership skills within their clients that is unheard of. As much as I travel I don’t see this happening in city after city. These PSA Partnership seminars do so much to engage the people and inspire the people who are serious about developing their leadership capacity. These are the sponges. These are the people. I don’t, in fact I don’t think I’ve seen an audience where I saw so many heads down and people taking notes. And I’m talking veracious note taking. In other words, these are the people who are eager to learn; eager to find competitive advantage; eager to develop their own skills, talents and abilities as a leader to bring more value back to their companies. PSA Financial, it’s part of a very rare breed that figures out what it can do as a brand to transcend the actual products and services and actually make a personal connection with its customers and client base and in doing so, actually walks its own talk in terms of going from just being a vendor to being more of a partner.

PSA Partnership Featuring Rod Hairston, Leadership Coach, Baltimore Ravens,Video Transcription:
Sheela Murthy, Founder and President, Murthy Law Firm – You realize everybody in the world is dealing with similar problems and you’re not isolated anymore and you’re part of a community. And the business community and the entrepreneurial community needs to exchange and get inspired from each other and a fabulous speaker like the ones we have really gets us going.
Chip Lewis, Managing Director, PSA Insurance & Financial Services – The goal here is to grow; to grow as individuals, to grow as business professionals, to grow as members of the community and to reach out to touch one another to learn and to network and that’s why we’re here.
Ben Griffin, Founder, CEOIQ – C.C.I.R. that’s stay current, connected, involved and relevant. And the PSA Partnership program is just a terrific way to do that.
Justin Hoffman, Marketing Director, PSA Insurance & Financial Services – We reach out to really the best speakers that we can find. These are the people that have amazing roles like Rod does with the Ravens. People that are quoted in the Wall Street Journal, CNN, people with Fortune 100 clients, people with international client bases. We bring them here to share their knowledge with our clients and the business community overall.
Sheela Murthy – One of the huge benefits that we get is we actually feel empowered and charged when we go from here back to the office and deal with employee issues and client issues because to me this place with the fantastic executive trainers that we have really gears you up to deal with life and deal difficult situations.
Brody Bond, Creative Director, Blue Ocean Ideas – There’s a string of truth that pervades any field and any discipline. I feel like PSA does a great job of bringing in leaders, thinkers and writers, practitioners to get to very elemental realities that are very applicable in my field and for so many other people and I’m just really appreciative that they’re able to do that for all of us.
Kathleen Zungailia, Business Development Professional – I would absolutely recommend it. It is not only going to help me in my business life but also in my personal life as well.
Michael Neuman, Senior Vice President of Finance, Kennedy Krieger Institute – The networking I just think is a great bonus on top of the education.
Rod Hairston – This is what we have been discussing. We want to hear from you how this will impact you and what your thoughts are.
We have got to go from being transactional in our business dealings to being transformative. Transaction is about us – what’s in it for me? What am I going to get from this? Transformative means that I’m building people and I’m helping people become their best.
Brody Bond – I have become a more effective leader and business owner because of the work of PSA inviting me to these events.
Justin Hoffman – What we do with the Partnership program is we try to sit in the seat of the business owner executive. What skill sets do they need in order to do their job better? So it might be negotiation, leadership, operations, how to deal with people, how to get the most out of all your relationships. That’s why the program is great because it continues to evolve. CEOs have a lot on their plate and we’re here to help them.
Sheela Murthy – This is the tool that you get to be able to go out there and conquer the world.

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