How values add value

These are bewildering times for the most talented people in the insurance industry, with all sectors experiencing a period of unprecedented change. This turbulent environment is having a profound impact on the war for talent - and, even more fundamentally, on the way in which the industry's brightest and best are seeking to manage their careers.

Today's 40-year-old senior executives would have started their careers on a salary of less than £5,000 per annum and would have communicated

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