june, 2021

30jun11:00 am12:00 pmWebinar: How to Run Your Conveyancing Firm with Confidence

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Do you struggle to find the courage and confidence that will help you to effectively lead at your conveyancing firm? If so, a free webinar could help.

Starting your own firm can be one of the most freeing and rewarding things you’ll ever do—but that doesn’t mean it always feels easy. In times of uncertainty or change, how can you find confidence in your leadership and choose courage to help you prosper? A free webinar from legal case management software provider Clio will show you how.

In Running Your Business with Courage and Confidence, the fifth instalment of Clio’s The Making of a Law Firm Series, Clio’s UK Community Manager, Geraldine O’Reilly, will be joined by executive coach Tania Cuturi as well as two leaders from the series who have recently started their own UK law firms, Kim Cross, Partner at Vine Law, and Natalie Foster, Founder at Foster Clay Law.

In a candid and personal live conversation, they’ll delve into their journeys in developing courage and tackling fears, specifically when it comes to their new businesses.

They’ll discuss how to:

● Face common fears, with specific personal examples, from starting a new law firm and the ups and downs that come with growing it.
● Utilise tools and techniques to overcome fear and to find and harness your courage.
● Identify safe ways to be vulnerable, including knowing how and when it is OK to display vulnerability, for example with clients, your team, your peers, and even your family.

Attendees will be encouraged to join in on the discussion and to contribute and will be free to ask questions of all our panellists via Zoom chat.

Click here for more information or to book your place.

Event type: Webinar
When: Wednesday, 30 June, 2021 at 11 a.m. BST
Venue: Online
Cost: Free
Session duration: 60 minutes

 

Time

(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Organizer

Clio

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