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ILTA’s Women Who Lead mission is to empower women to advance to, and succeed in, technology leadership positions within law firms, corporate legal departments and technology providers serving the ILTA community
PURPOSE : The Women Who Lead mission is to empower women to advance and succeed in technology leadership positions within the legal industry
10-01-2020 | Larger Project (anywhere from 40 - 100 hours total)
Please enjoy the takeaway document from the Tuesday, April 23rd Women Who Lead: #Leadership Development through Volunteering webinar!
During this roundtable event, our distinguished panel of successful women described their career journeys -- past, present and future -- with a focus on key events and important steps along the way
Takeaways and further reading from the virtual roundtable on January 17, 2017. #Leadership #ProfessionalDevelopment
Women Who Lead - Ask and You Shall Receive Takeaways.pdf
At the annual Women in Leadership session at ILTACON 2016, attendees discussed the challenges around giving and receiving feedback
Women Who Lead - Giving and Receiving Feedback Takeaways.pdf
“Women can empower other women” as Jennifer Roe so eloquently put...A. Women in eDiscovery is a non-profit organization that holds monthly meetings for legal professional women
“Women can empower other women” as Jennifer Roe so eloquently put...I do my best to surround myself with people who enjoy breaking things...A. I have a mentor who believed in me before I did
“Women can empower other women” as Jennifer Roe so eloquently put...You need to find someone who will help you...Q. Who were your mentors and how did you select them?
“Women can empower other women” as Jennifer Roe so eloquently put...I guess I don’t think of technology as men or women...Q. Who would you say your mentors are and how did you select them?