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Join us as we kick off a series of expert panels on how to navigate difficult conversations at work. We will be starting by bringing together a phenomenal group to share their experience and insights on discussions surrounding race. While discussions about race have always been difficult, the current focus on racism and police brutality in our country has increased the frequency of these discussions. We hope to have a candid dialogue about how to navigate these conversations with empathy,…Find out more »
NO MORE HIDING FROM DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS! We gather the experts - you get a front-row seat to learn. Over the next year, we will be bringing together experts across a variety of areas to discuss some of the most challenging workplace conversations we face. With each of these FREE virtual panels, we will shed light on misconceptions around these difficult conversations and provide tools and insights so we can all #communicatebetter!Find out more »
Making the Case for Neurodiverse Talent Law students are increasingly identifying as neurodiverse, and law schools are providing a record number of resources to support those students. Yet few law firms have embraced neurodiversity, and most current work environments are structured as one-size fits all. Neurodiversity refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood, and other mental functions. Neurodiverse individuals are wired differently from neurotypical individuals. Students and attorneys who are neurodiverse are often overtly or…Find out more »
Stuck in the Middle: Tools for managing conflict Speakers: Katie Aldrich, Fringe Professional Development When clients face conflict, they hire attorneys. When attorneys experience conflict, they usually turn to someone on their talent team for support. The result is that we often find ourselves bouncing between both sides to maintain diplomacy which tends to make things worse despite our best efforts. Imagine if you felt confident enough to bring both parties together to resolve the conflict before things escalated and…Find out more »