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    Guiding a legal department in today’s fast-paced environment sometimes feels like being in a NASCAR or Formula 1 race. Speed is required. Agility is a must. Despite that, a recent Corporate Executive Board study found that nearly 70 percent of GCs believe their departments aren’t sufficiently adaptive and responsive. How can legal leaders address this critical issue? One key tool is the departmental strategic plan. This program will discuss the formation and execution of cohesive strategic plans with clear objectives that keep up with today’s fast-paced world. The result? A turbocharged strategic plan that drives high performance through the final lap while avoiding yellow flags along the way.

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    The potential clash of cultures is a pertinent issue that challenges any law department operating on a global scale. This advanced program will examine the communications and cultural challenges from the law department management perspective and present techniques and tools, which will include strategies to drive meaningful engagement and employee development; tips on leading a team with diverse views; and techniques to optimize legal operations while working in a matrixed environment.

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    Don't make the same mistakes Wall Street Executives did, learn from them. In-house counsel involved in executive compensation matters often find themselves in the cross-fires of competing legal, ethical, political, relationship and self-interest issues. Facing the specter of increased government oversight, boards and compensation committees grapple to fairly compensate, motivate and engage their executives while balancing shareholder and public perception of run-away compensation. This game show format will train attendees to recognize key issues and understand how to avoid the pitfalls of ethical and legal situations. Attendees should emerge able to provide better support and insight to their executive team, board members, HR and coworkers.


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