Fall Session (October-December)|
Waitlist: Coaching in Law
Your work as a lawyer goes beyond substantive expertise, it calls for skills to strengthen client relationships, foster effective interactions, and to create thriving workplaces. How you communicate with others is the keystone for these goals, and skills often termed “coaching” help you get there.
Time & Location
Fall Session (October-December)
About the Event
Who Should Take Coaching in Law (CinL)?
This session is for lawyers at all levels and in all types of practice who want to develop new
ways of interacting as a practitioner, mentor, manager and/or leader by:
• Fostering strong relationships with clients and surface issues and concerns more quickly
• Creating engaging and inclusive space for open and honest two-way communication
• Promoting accountability and achievement of results with motivation and satisfaction in
• Enhancing the ways in which you contribute to the practice of colleagues and students
• Managing conflict more productively and remaining resilient through challenges
Here is what you need to know about this series:
• The Coaching in Law (CiL) program is an interactive and live online program that is
designed specifically for lawyers.
• CiL is rooted in the neuroscience of coaching, and why coaching works from a
neurocognitive perspective, combined with the practical application of skills.
• You will learn the specific communication skills and approaches that best support impactful
and productive interactions with clients, colleagues on both sides of the file, and students in
ways that make sense for you personally.
Train as a group and see the impacts on your culture. Ask us about scheduling sessions that fit
with your schedules and practice.
"It is a distinct set of skills to empower someone to use their own toolkit."
- Surgeon, Participant in Coaching Program
“Since our sessions with Karmen, I began to implement the strategies we discussed and my team
meetings keep getting better!”
- Law Firm Partner, Team Building Session
“This program takes the concepts of leadership, team and safety at work and makes it attainable.”
- Participant, Yukon Hospital