Cheerleading Change

Thursday, November 16, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET

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Cheerleading Change

Does the mere mention of a new Windows upgrade make your legal staff run away in fear? Does talk of implementing a learning management system get met with blank stares? Do you find people avoiding you when you're trying to meet with them for training on the new CRM? If so, you won't want to miss this!

In this webinar, you'll gain a new perspective on maximizing change efforts in your firm. Learn about the successes achieved and challenges faced by your peers as they share their experiences on championing change in a legal environment.

Vishal Agnihotri
is the Chief Knowledge Officer of Hinshaw and Culbertson, where she steers the development and implementation of processes and systems to help her growing firm sustain a competitive edge and serve its clients well. Over the last 19 years, Vishal has held operational, consulting and leadership roles in enterprise knowledge management (KM) spanning business research, knowledge technology implementation and adoption, knowledge process outsourcing and social learning, including KM leadership roles at KPMG, EY and Akerman LLP.

Bradelynn Boyce-Dendyis the Learning & Development Dept. Manager at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP. She leads technology education, is responsible for software and equipment testing and project management, and is dedicated to lifelong learning. With the firm for over 30 years, Bradelynn develops and consults on new technology, mobility and learning opportunities. Her legal, technological and educational knowledge paired with her creative, organizational and writing skills have brought users' technology skills to new heights, and are essential to successful deployments and the education and support of the firm's employees.

Sandra Craft is the Technical Trainer/e-Learning Developer at Perkins Coie LLP, where she conducts training sessions, writes documentation and designs elearning videos. She has been with the firm for 21 years, the last 17 as a trainer. Sandra has previously served in many roles in the technology field, from information processing supervisor at KIRO-TV to programmer and customer support at the Army Corps of Engineers.

Elizabeth Greene is the Director of Learning and Development at Fennemore Craig, P.C., responsible for creating and managing staff retention and development programs, including rewards and recognition programs to instill a team-based culture within the firm. Elizabeth architects training program platforms to support continuous skills assessment and development, and measures the effectiveness of the firm's human resources programs.

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