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The Fringe team regularly addresses conferences and seminars. Fringe also hosts quarterly women's Harvard Business Review happy hours to discuss the latest research from HBR and what's new in business and management.
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Think of this evening as book club meets wine club, meets boss get together. Instead of a book, we will be discussing the latest from the Harvard Business Review. We provide a fun environment for some awesome people to get together, drink some wine, and chat about the latest in business and management! Reserve your space here!Find out more »
RECORDING AVAILABLE! A global pandemic, financial recession, social unrest. All of this might make you think that this is the worst time possible to make a career move. But in times of great change, we often experience clarity and insight into who we want to be and the type of work we want to do. Fringe PD and VOYlegal are excited to host a candid conversation with industry leaders and experienced practitioners about how you can evaluate and move forward…Find out more »
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 »
Join Fringe Founder Rachael Bosch for the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance's Signature Seminar Series as she discusses "Civility: It’s More Than Just Being 'Nice'." There has been a lot of talk about civility in the news over the past few years but there are still so many misconceptions about what civility means and why you should engage in it. In this webinar, we will discuss the research behind civility both inside and out of the legal industry. We will share…Find out more »
Say hi to Team Fringe (virtually!) at the 2020 NALP/ALFDP Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summit. Managing Director Rachael Bosch, Director of Client Relationships Megan McGrath Corsetti, and Facilitator/Consultant Janelle Christian will all be there!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. For our next panel in the series, we will bring together a phenomenal group to share their experience and insights on discussions surrounding mental health. We hope to have a candid dialogue about how to navigate…Find out more »
Dear White Women: How To Be An Ally Speakers: Rachael Bosch, Fringe Professional Development Erin Ford, General Assembly Fallon Blossom, Afroflare Mindy Gulati, Fundamental Advisory Angelica Erazo, Oracle Allyship is about being willing to act with, and for, others in pursuit of creating equality. This starts with shifting from ignorance to awareness, by acknowledging our privilege, and recognizing how we may be contributing to patterns that perpetuate inequality. This panel discussion is designed to facilitate that awareness. You’ll hear from…Find out more »
Fringe PD and VOYlegal are excited to host a conversation with industry leaders and experienced practitioners about successfully recruiting and integrating lateral candidates in the virtual age. We've all learned as we go this year, and we expect some of these recruiting and onboarding innovations to continue into future lateral hiring cycles.Find out more »
The Selfless Leader: Caring for yourself when your job is caring for others Speakers: Rachael Bosch, Fringe Professional Development Janelle N. Christian, Fringe Professional DevelopmentFind 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 »