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Brave New Law: Influence for in-house legal teams

Date: 27 April 2021, 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Online webinar
As the role of the in-house lawyers expands beyond legal and compliance to cover areas like risk, ESG, crisis and reputation, influence may be one of the most important skills that in-house lawyers need to develop.

Event Details


Influence is a topic that has a lot of resonance for all leaders – we are always going to get more results if people want to follow us rather than being told to!

It’s also a topic that is particularly relevant to lawyers. As the role of the in-house lawyers expands beyond legal and compliance to cover areas like risk, ESG, crisis and reputation, influence may be one of the most important skills that in-house lawyers need to develop. It can be the difference between being seen as the ‘department of no’ and being a strategic partner who is there at the start of a project and can bring legal, risk and reputational insight to bear from day one.

Agenda


This webinar will cover:

  • How to influence effectively 
  • Encouraging your teams to build influence
  • Influencing business colleagues 
  • Using influence in a virtual workplace

Speakers 


To discuss the topic of influence we have a panel of experts, including:


  • Banke Odunaike, Head of Legal, EMEA at CBRE
  • Jennifer Picenoni, Group General Counsel and Company Secretary at Lindt
  • Rachel Macfarlane, Group Head of Legal at Quintet Bank
  • Eva Einfeldt, Employment Partner at DWF
  • Kirsty Rogers, Group Head of Environment Social and Governance and Partner at DWF
  • Dr Catherine McGregor, Author and Consultant

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