ALA Today Package 4: Communications Management
This package includes a recording from ALA Today: The Virtual Conference as well as a Legal Management CE course and an e-Learning course.
VC20: CM11 Leadership in the Next NormalContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/25/2020
Jennifer Hill will discuss her research from her 2019 white paper, "The Changing Role of Law Firm Leadership," and how the impact of COVID-19 will help to shed light on what the new normal of law firm leadership will look like.
Jennifer Hill will discuss her research from her 2019 white paper, "The Changing Role of Law Firm Leadership," and how the impact of COVID-19 will help to shed light on what the new normal of law firm leadership will look like. Hill will discuss the evolution of law firm leaders from the 1970s to post-COVID-19, as well as how leaders at all levels can adapt to these changes and the new expectations for leaders and organizations. Finally, she'll facilitate inquiries into what the "next normal" will look like for law firms, their teams and their leaders.
- Define what leadership meant in the 1970s and in the early 2000s and what leadership means now during COVID-19.
- Identify what makes a great leader and how to foster leadership in an organization.
- Discuss the biggest challenges for leaders after COVID-19.
- Explain the biggest opportunities for leaders after COVID-19.
- Recognize how to adapt to changes as a leader and empower teams regarding mass change.
Educational Category: Communication and Organizational Management
CLM Application Eligible: Yes
CLM App Management Category: Organizational Development
CLM Recertification Eligible: Yes
HRCI: General Credit
SHRM: Leadership & Navigation
SHRM Learning Format: Instructor-Led Activity
CLE: Participatory Credit
CPE Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
CPE Audience: Basic
CPE Credit Eligible: 1
CPE Prerequisites: None
CPE Advanced Preparation: None
Group Live - Presented Online Due to COVID-19
Jennifer Hill is President of JHill's Staffing Services, a Division of Marcum Search LLC. She began recruiting in 2003 and has recruited for top tier law firms and corporations throughout the United States. Hill also hosts a weekly radio show on LA Talk Radio, called "Get Yourself the Job," with more than 30,000 listeners a month, where she interviews experts and authors from around the world on the subject of landing one's dream job. Jennifer has earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of California Irvine, and currently is a part of the Dean's Leadership Society with UCI.
A Lesson in Leadership for Legal Management Professionals (CE Credit)Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
More than ever, today’s legal management professionals are expected to have leadership capabilities. Read the article in Legal Management magazine and then take this quiz for CE credit.
More than ever, today’s legal management professionals are expected to have leadership capabilities. Deciding on which skills and behaviors to build into each firm’s environment can only be truly effective if the leader is willing to seek feedback about their own strengths and weaknesses from those they serve. The downside of this practice is that it can sting. The upside is that the legal manager is modeling a very powerful leadership behavior that will have long-term benefits to both themselves and the firm.
This CE course will encourage the reader to consider modeling the foundational practice of leadership development, thereby increasing self-awareness through seeking feedback. It will challenge the reader to push themselves outside their comfort zone and consider an action plan to increase self-awareness, seek feedback and commit to applying new learnings.
Read the article in Legal Management magazine here. Then, purchase access to the quiz: members pay $49; nonmembers pay $69.
- Recognize the fundamentals of leadership development.
- Discover how proper leadership skills can affect the long-term strength of your firm.
- Summarize the role self-awareness plays in leadership strength.
- Describe techniques for soliciting feedback.
- Identify the most effective ways to demonstrate leadership strength.
Members and nonmembers can read the article in Legal Management magazine, then log in to take a test. If you pass with at least 70 percent, you will earn one CE credit hour.
(CLM)® Recertification Credit: 1 hour in the subject area of Communications and Organizational Management (CM).
CLE: 1 hour participatory MCLE credit, including the following subfield credits: 1 hour of Participatory Credit.
SHRM: This program has been pre-approved for SHRM for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
HRCI: This activity has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hour towards California, GPHR, PHRi, SPHRi, PHR and SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
LFME: LeadershipContains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits
This Law Firm Management Essentials (LFME) course provides an essential foundation of knowledge about leadership at a law firm.
Legal management professionals are faced with leadership challenges every day. You manage up and down the reporting line — managing partners and executive committees on the up, staff on the down — in an industry that is being reshaped by economic pressures and technology. Though it is sometimes a difficult position to be in, it also means that you — and those around you — benefit when you improve your leadership skills. Research shows that skills most valuable in today's leaders include self-awareness, adaptability and collaboration.
- Explain levels of leadership, management and ways you can work with others most effectively.
- Recognize Goleman's leadership styles and emotional intelligence elements.
- Apply knowledge of self to improve relationships and business outcomes in the law firm you manage
Successful completion of this course provides 0.5 hour of credit for the CLM. Credit hours must be reported in 60 minute chunks or more. You must combine this 0.5 hour of credit with another LFME course to report it.
.5 Hours CLM Recertification credit in Communication and Organizational Management