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The old ways of leading don’t work in today’s business culture. Tune into this webinar and learn new leadership skills based on motivation and passion. Explore new progressive and actionable approaches to leading and influencing others. Learn the limitations on some of the traditional approaches associated with success today, and how the future lies in effective leadership approaches that are centered on advanced personal and interpersonal communication tools.
About Stephen Friedman:
Stephen Friedman is a recognized executive coach, career coach, facilitator and trainer, working in the areas of leadership and management skills development, group and team development, organizational learning and human resource management. His experience spans more than 20 years. Friedman is on the Faculty at the Schulich School of Business at York University where he teaches Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management and Leadership at both the BBA and MBA levels. He also teaches custom seminars in group development and leadership/management skills for Schulich’s Executive Education Centre.
Lindsey Phillips and John Hallock from Care Cloud join us to discuss all the issues currently impacting medical practice management, Electronic Health Records implementation and in particular, legacy versus cloud-based solutions. They will also be talking about why it's important to know where your EHR vendor stands in Meaningful Use Stage 2 certification, the extended timeline for Stage 2 Meaningful Use and what's on the roadmap.
Much of the work of advancing women in the legal workplace falls on the shoulders of women. Most firms have women’s initiatives run by and for women, and these initiatives have great value. But they are not changing the norms, attitudes and biases that govern law firm advancement, leadership and rewards. Little significant change is possible at the top of law firms, where it really counts, unless those with power – men – take the lead and are accountable for it.
Contact: Ida Abbott Consulting
About Ida Abbott:
Ida Abbott helps employers manage, develop and retain legal talent, and serves as mentor and coach to high achieving individuals seeking professional success. A prolific author and speaker, she has long been a leader in the field of lawyers’ professional and leadership development, specializing in mentoring and sponsorship. Abbott is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, and co-founder of the Hastings Leadership Academy for Women and the Professional Development Consortium.
Are you discovering inefficiencies or leadership gaps in your law firm? What does slow decision-making and follow through cost your firm every year? Learn how to fix these issues and get on the road to cost savings and increased profits.
Hear Judy Hissong, CLM of Nesso Strategies, discuss applicable ways to improve your firm’s efficiencies, make more timely decisions and drive accountability.
As law firms enter into another year of flat revenue and the mandate of reducing headcount even further to meet budgetary constraints, it is time to revisit alternatives to this diminishing course of action.
Rob Mattern has worked with law firms for over twenty-five (25) years, through the good and the bad times; however, it is only in the last five (5) years that firms have been open to alternative strategies to reduce expenses. Economic necessity has mandated this course of action, but also a client-driven enlightenment based on the universal necessity to become more cost-effective and efficient in the delivery of legal services.
Guest: Rob Mattern
President and Founder
Mattern & Associates, LLC
Contact: Rob Mattern: firstname.lastname@example.org 610.459.7750
Time is money, which is why all law firms could benefit from software data integration. Well-implemented integrations increase efficiency, reduce non-billable tasks and improve data accuracy. That’s why taking on this type of low-budget technology project is mission critical. Tune into Charles King as he shares cost-saving tips, tactics and strategies for a successful data integration in a law firm environment.
About Charles King
Charles King is the IP Technology Systems Manager at Arent Fox, where he guides decision making and implementation of all intellectual property practice group technology. He has been working for more than 10 years in intellectual property law technology management. King has been a member of the management group for multiple IP docketing database conversions and has led and supported numerous systems integration projects for docketing data, accounting data, internal and external web-based data access.
The events over the past few weeks have raised some questions about just what is social work doing in order to improve the quality of life of people in this country. Social work talks about its role as addressing the person-in-environment but what is being covered in social work content to truly address the person-in-environment context? Are there enough human service professionals trained in macro practice to truly make a difference?
This special Dialogue show will be with members of ACOSA's (Association for Community Organization and Social Administration) Special Commission on Macro Practice. They include Mark Homan, Jack Rothmann, Kelsey De Aavila, Sue Edgerton and Linda Plitt Donaldson. They will discuss why Macro Matters. How does the profession balance the micro-macro dichotomy to make sure that macro content is adequately addressed? What are the implications on licensing if one chooses to be a macro oriented practitioner? What are the job prospects for macro practitioners?These topics and others will be the focus of this special Dialogue radio show. The show will be Monday, December 15, 2015 at 8:30 pm Eastern Standard Time (5:30 pm Pacific Standard Time).
Dialogue is part of The American Family Blog Talk Radio and can be found at: The-American-Family National Blog Radio.
One can listen to the show through the web site. To participate with your questions or comments, call: 347-327-9168.
Join us Monday, December 15 at 8:30 pm EST for this important topic.
There are many ways to manage enterprise I.T. teams. Managers and executives have tried them all, from models based on the military, to "scientific management," to barely organizaed chaos. Now, "mindful management" has become popular because of the qualities it implies in both the team and the team leader. The question for many managers, though, is precisely what we're talking about when we talk about mindful management.
In this enlightening episode, management consultant and noted expert George Colombo will join us to share a primer on the concepts and language of mindful management. George will also be talking about the impact mindful management can have on an organization -- and whether there are any teams that aren't suitable for a mindful approach to management.
George Colombo is an entrepreneur, author, and activist who has worked in and around technology companies for many years. In addition to his other activities, he currently serves as President of the Board of Directors at the Seminole Work Opportunity Program.
Interop 2015 will take place from April 27th through May 1st at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. More information and registration details are available online!
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