Did you start this week with a feeling of tension in your belly or a tightness in your shoulders?
Or was it worse? A feeling of dread, or overwhelm, accompanied by the thought “how am I going to get it all done?”
Please know you are not alone.
To help members of our legal community start the fall on a positive note, lawyer coach Janiene Chand and I are are running a workshop on how to make the shift from overwhelm to “I’ve got this.”
The “I’ve got this” formula has three parts:
- Dealing with the external obstacles
- Tuning up systems and processes
- Identifying and overcoming internal obstacles
Join us on Friday, September 23 at noon Pacific for a dynamic workshop that will give you a set of tools and insights to up your practice management foundation this fall.
You will receive:
- Access to the live 60-minute workshop
- Access to a recording of the workshop following the event
- Will seek approval from the Law Society of BC for 1 CPD credits
Date and time:
- Friday September 23, 2022
- 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Zoom webinar – link provided upon registration
- $20/plus GST
Why are we charging a fee? After much thought we decided to charge a small fee so that registrants are committed and accountable to attend the session and implement strategies in the days that follow.
REGISTRATION: You can register by sending an email to: email@example.com.
About our presenters:
Allison Wolf, PCC, is a senior coach working exclusively with lawyers. Over the past sixteen years, she has helped countless clients develop thriving legal careers. During the present crisis, Allison is intensely focused on supporting her clients and community in accessing resilience and surfacing the possibilities that emerge from these difficult circumstances. She is the founder of the resource website http://lawyerwithalife.com and is regularly posting articles and videos to support this effort. True to the philosophies of her coaching practice, Allison has created success without sacrificing her personal life. She remembers: “As a young woman I once visited Galiano Island in British Columbia. I looked out across the water towards the shores of Salt Spring Island and thought one day I’d like to live there.” Today she lives and meets virtually with her clients from her home on Salt Spring Island just a short stroll from the shoreline she gazed at so many years ago.
Janiene Chand is a lawyer coach trained by an International Coaching Federation (ICF) accredited institution. Prior to become. coach she worked in the legal field for over 12 years. Her experience as a legal assistant, paralegal, and lawyer gives her a unique understanding of the team dynamics within law firms. During this time, she also developed a strong skill-set around practice management and career development.
As a first generation lawyer and a young woman of colour, Janiene encountered many challenges over the course of her career in law, including a lack of confidence, self-doubt, and micro-aggressions from others in the legal field. Her lived experience of meeting and overcoming these difficulties inspired her to pursue her qualification as a certified professional coach.
Janiene puts her experience to work in support and guidance of other junior lawyers. She helps lawyers gain clarity, confidence, and courage to maximize their personal and professional development. As a lawyer and coach, Janiene believes in “living a life anchored with alignment to values and empowerment.