Resilience and Working in Law Firms
November 24, 2020 @ 12:00 - 13:00 UTC+2Free
The demands on modern-day legal professionals require a dynamic approach to cope with the pressures of life in practice. And with new ways of working becoming more prevalent, the need to adapt is becoming more crucial than ever.
This webinar, hosted by Dr Lois Alexander Forbes, is designed specifically for new and existing professionals working in law firms. It will explore some of the psychological factors which contribute to either greater resilience or vulnerability in adverse situations.
We will show you how to use cognitive-behavioural techniques, self-reflective practices and models of positive adjustment, not only to cope with these situations, but to develop, grow and even benefit from them. This will enhance your ability to:
- Identify the internal and external resources you already have and develop them
- Recognise the physiological, cognitive, emotional and behavioural responses you tend to have when faced with an adverse event
- Handle negative cognitions and emotions more effectively
- Turn events you have considered as threats into challenges
- Grow through adversity, not by trying to avoid it
Who is this session for?
We recommend this webinar for law professionals who are seeking to enhance their resilience to handling adverse scenarios. We expect demand for this session to be high, so priority is given to practising legal professionals.