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2021 NALP Professional Development Institute

December 2 - December 3

Let’s Talk About It: How better communication is foundational to well-being

December 2, 2021 // 11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Speaker: Rachael Bosch, Fringe Professional Development

The case for well-being in our law firms and schools has been strongly established over the past few years. Law firms, law schools, and corporate legal departments have signed the ABA well-being pledge in droves and have promised resources and energy to improve the devastatingly high rates of depression, addiction, and anxiety in our profession. This very necessary move in the industry has left many of us questioning the causation of our current crisis. While there are many possibilities; the 24-7 lifestyle, the win-at-all-cost mentality, the Socratic method, there is one thing we know to be true. Relationships cause stress and stress causes anxiety. In this program, we will be exploring the sparks of relational anxiety that might lead to the erosion of well-being in our organizations. We will explore how to spot – correct – and communicate through these moments. We will also be sharing the latest research around communication skills and both physical and mental health outcomes so that you are armed with the most cutting-edge information to bring back to your law firm.

Connecting the Dots: Using Feedback Systems for Purposeful Training

December 3, 2021 // 10:30 am – 11:45 am

Speaker: Rachael Bosch, Fringe Professional Development

The case for well-being in our law firms and schools has been strongly established over the past few years. Law firms, law schools, and corporate legal departments have signed the ABA well-being pledge in droves and have promised resources and energy to improve the devastatingly high rates of depression, addiction, and anxiety in our profession. This very necessary move in the industry has left many of us questioning the causation of our current crisis. While there are many possibilities; the 24-7 lifestyle, the win-at-all-cost mentality, the Socratic method, there is one thing we know to be true. Relationships cause stress and stress causes anxiety. In this program, we will be exploring the sparks of relational anxiety that might lead to the erosion of well-being in our organizations. We will explore how to spot – correct – and communicate through these moments. We will also be sharing the latest research around communication skills and both physical and mental health outcomes so that you are armed with the most cutting-edge information to bring back to your law firm.

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Start:
December 2
End:
December 3
Website:
https://www.nalp.org/events

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NALP
Website:
www.nalp.org