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61 minutes
Communication Skills That Improve Agility and Adaptiveness in the Face of Change
Effective communicators make strong leaders. Whether it's with a customer, a colleague, a manager, or a direct report, strong communication skills will help you navigate difficult conversations, be more agile and adaptive in the face of change, build empathy and rapport, and problem-solve more effectively. For in-house counsel, both written and verbal communication are imperative for success.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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88 minutes
Getting the Best Deal: Best Practices for Negotiations
Negotiation skills are a necessity in executive management and they enhance conversations around things like, increasing department budgets, resources and compensation. Unfortunately, there are no magical phrases that can guarantee success. Even the most seasoned managers and executives need a compelling strategy before going into a campaign. In this discussion, participants will share their strategies on how to demonstrate confidence, congeniality, and the knowledge necessary to secure positive results.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Cannabis in the Workplace: Workers' Comp and Employee Use
This seminar will look at a number of issues related to the use of medical marijuana for workers’ comp injuries, considerations and coverage questions for insurers, provide answers for employers on applying drug policies and look at other risks for employees, employers and insurers in the workplace.

Property Casualty 360

$65

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GC and HR: Closing the Gender Gap & Ensuring Pay Equity
In this session, panelists will discuss the current state of pay discrimination law and the steps that their organizations are taking to close the pay gap, how to define and mitigate the legal risks associated with employment litigation, and the future of pay discrimination laws, on both a State and Federal scale.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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57 minutes
Protecting Proprietary Information in the Age of Employee Mobility
In this session, we will provide an overview of the state & international laws concerning protection against disclosure of confidential information, solicitation of company clients and employees, competition, and more.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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59 minutes
How Legalized Marijuana Will Affect the Insurance Industry
This program will examine the risks for insurers, marijuana-related businesses and employers whose employees may use marijuana medically or recreationally.

Property Casualty 360

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61 minutes
Navigating Difficult Conversations & Employee Evaluations
In the workplace, it’s important to be mindful in communication. In this session, participants will enact evaluation scenarios, which will tackle difficult subject matters and conversations with managers. Topics raised will include how to advocate for yourself and your department, how to ingest constructive criticism, and how to mindfully tailor your communication. Audience members will provide feedback on the staged scenarios.

Legalweek

$65

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The Rise of Equality: Taking Aim at Employment Law and Avoiding Discrimination
This session will cover how GCs are working with HR executives from the hiring process and beyond to create a better workplace for all employees -- regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation or creed -- and avoid unnecessary discrimination.

General Counsel Conference

$75

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63 minutes
In the Wake of the #MeToo Movement: Speaking Out and Setting Expectations for a Safe and Supportive Working Environment
With all of the attention on workplace ethics in the media this past year, there is a new emphasis on transparency between management and employees. Employees (and customers alike) are expecting more definitive statements of what is acceptable behavior in the workplace. Meanwhile, companies are now more aware than ever of the repercussions of a PR crisis and are taking careful steps to mitigate risk -- such as speaking out on important issues. But when is it appropriate to weigh in, and how are executives sure they are expressing the “right” sentiment? This session explores how to do just that.

General Counsel Conference

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