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Brave New Law Webinar: Cracking Collaboration

Date: 09 December 2020, 12:00 - 13:00

Collaboration is one of the fundamental skills that ALL businesses need in the 21st century. But why is it so hard?

Event Details


Collaboration doesn’t just happen – our discussion will consider factors that our panel have found make for a great collaboration experience. Topics we will discuss include:

  • How can we ensure diversity of perspectives, not groupthink when we collaborate?
  • How can leaders ensure they model great collaboration?
  • Do lawyers have a disadvantage when it comes to collaboration?
  • Are there lessons on successful collaboration we can learn from other professions?
  • Can you ever create a culture of collaboration?
  • How can you ensure external legal suppliers take collaboration seriously?

Speakers


  • Craig Chaplin, Commercial Director at DWF Mindcrest
  • Paul Boyle, Group Deputy General Counsel, Serco
  • William Deckelman, General Counsel, DXC Technologies
  • Alana Tart, Senior Counsel, Digital & Privacy Law, Philip Morris International
  • Catherine McGregor, Author, Consultant and Thought Leadership Expert 

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