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Brave New Law: Why empathy is a business imperative skill

Date: 02 March 2021, 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Online webinar (GMT)
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Empathy is a skill that in-house lawyers of all levels can benefit from cultivating. Join us in the next webinar of our Brave New Law series in which we will uncover why empathy is a business imperative.

Event Details

Empathy is a quality which leaders have always needed, especially in the current circumstances of change, uncertainty and a need for understanding and thoughtfulness. It's required to create a better business operating environment, is the starting point for design thinking and is critical for successful innovation.


2 March 2021, 12:00 - 13:00 (GMT)

In this webinar, some of the points we will cover include:

  • How bringing empathy to business discussions can create better outcomes for you and your business colleagues.
  • How to develop more empathy in yourself and your team.
  • Using empathy as a leader in a virtual workplace.
  • Empathy in working with outside suppliers.


  • Bridget Lambie, General Counsel at Gallagher
  • Ingrid Cope, Legal Counsel GB&I and NE at Coca-Cola
  • Leigh Kirkpatrick, Managing Legal Counsel, Outsourcing, Technology & IP at NatWest
  • Seema Bains, Partner and Chair of Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Group at DWF
  • Catherine McGregor, Author and Consultant
  • Hilary Ross, Partner and Global Head of Clients & Markets  at DWF

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