2017 Webinar Series on Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms
Based on the book Innovating Talent Management, edited by Terri Mottershead
As innovation, disruption, and invention continue to take hold of the legal industry, talent management professionals are uniquely situated to advise, guide, support, and mold what the future will look like. This four-part webinar series features several authors from the recent NALP publication Innovating Talent Management.
This webinar series will examine how the talent management/HR/professional development functions in law firms are responding to and, in some cases, leading change in the profession. Not only must talent management professionals support lawyers and other professionals as they enhance existing skills and develop new skills; they must also make sure they remain up-to-date so they can support their firms in responding to the challenges and opportunities of 21st century legal practice. Don’t miss this informative webinar series!
Providing helpful tips, tools, and suggestions that support talent management professionals in their work as change agents and intrapreneurs, Innovating Talent Management acts as a resource for law firm leaders, legal department leaders, COOs, and CEOs as they consider their growth strategies and business priorities in the next decade. Law schools will also find this a helpful resource as they review, reshape, and relaunch their curricula to prepare graduates for the 21st century legal marketplace.
Innovating Talent Management is available for order on the NALP Bookstore.
The webinar schedule:
May 3, 2017
Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms: Innovation in Law Firm Learning
Join us on May 3, 2017 at 2:00 pm ET for the first webinar in the series. E-learning is not only pivotal to knowledge capture and transfer, but will also continue to be an integral part of every law firm’s talent management, marketing, and business development strategies. Steve Gluckman and Catherine Poole of LawFirmElearning will provide an up-to-the-minute overview of the on-demand learning environment in law firms today, as well as a look to where it’s headed. See actual law firm elearning examples which can provide a roadmap for getting your organization’s on-demand offerings in place and leveraged quickly and effectively.
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September 19, 2017
Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms: Innovations in Recruiting
Our second webinar in the series will be held on September 19 at 2:00 pm ET. Enlightened law firms know that they need to constantly rethink and revise how they attract and recruit entry-level and lateral lawyers to survive and thrive in the ever-evolving marketplace. Join Caren Ulrich Stacy to learn about the innovative techniques that law firms and other companies are employing to find the best and most diverse talent. Register
October 3, 2017
Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms: Innovation in Legal Education Through Collaboration Between Law Schools and Law Firms
The third webinar will be held on October 3 at 2:00 pm ET. The issue of entry-level associates not being practice ready when they graduate and descend on their law firm employers has been a topic of much discussion and debate. Join Sandee Magliozzi and Michele Bendekovic to discuss the need for collaboration between schools and firms to tackle this issue and how this could lead to innovation and the creation of a new model that serves both schools and employers. Register
November 28, 2017
Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms: Can Competencies Drive Change in the Legal Profession?
In this final webinar of the series on November 28 at 2:00 pm ET, Terri Mottershead and Sandee Magliozzi will provide a framework for implementing competency models in law firms and law schools as well as focusing on stages, steps, and processes for organizational, team, and individual change. We will look at the changes taking place in the legal industry and explore the extent to which these changes are reflected in competencies, provide a starting point for law firms and law schools to develop competencies, and reflect on the benefits that can be drawn from the competency development process. Register