All attorneys at LCLD Member organizations are invited to join us for the Fifth Annual Mid-Year CLE Webinar:
Opportunity at the Crossroads: Using Authentic Leadership Presence to Interrupt Unconscious Bias
Recorded June 9, 2017 at PLI's New York City Conference Center in New York, NY.
What You Will Learn
- Insights about how cultivating an authentic leadership presence as a lawyer can aid in moving beyond bias when building relationships with clients and others
- Tools for accessing and expressing an inner roadmap to authenticity
- A framework for using presence to interrupt and transcend bias
- Perspective and wisdom from accomplished lawyers whose personal experiences will provide guidance and strategies for attendees
LCLD has partnered with the Practising Law Institute (PLI) to apply for CLE credit for this seminar. This webinar may be of particular interest to LCLD program participants (1L Scholars, Mentors and Mentees, Pathfinders, Fellows, and Fellows Alumni), who we also strongly encourage to attend in addition to other attorneys at LCLD Member organizations.
1:00-3:00 pm ET: Kate Ebner (l), Founder & CEO of the Nebo Company and Director of the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University, and Kim D'Abreu (r), Principal Consultant at Diversity Dimensions Consulting, LLC, and Leadership Coach at The Nebo Company, will share their insights on the using leadership presence to interrupt unconcious bias. The presentation will be moderated by Lori Lorenzo, LCLD Program Director.
3:10-4:00 pm ET: A panel including (pictured above, left to right) N. Cornell Boggs III, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Toys "R" Us; Susan Lees, Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Allstate Insurance; Jorge Mestre, Managing Partner at Rivero Mestre LLP; and Jodi Schwartz, Partner, Tax, at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, moderated by LCLD Program Director Lori Lorenzo.
View On Demand
Please click here to view a recording of this seminar at your convenience. The recording will be available through June 9, 2018. Please note that no credit will be offered for group viewings of this on-demand program.