MIE Supervising Legal Work Training
AS OF 1/28/2015, THIS TRAINING IS FULL. Please call MIE at 617-556-0288 if you'd like to get on the waitlist. Thank you.
LEGAL AID SUPERVISORS...
If you are an immediate supervisor of legal work, including managing and supervising attorneys, litigation directors, and executive directors, and if you aspire to be an excellent supervisor in challenging real office situations,
...THIS TRAINING IS FOR YOU!
TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
The Supervisor’s Role
Using Case Management Systems to Support High Quality Supervision
Diversity and Supervision
Supervision and Leadership
Designing and Managing Projects
Supervision in the Real Office
SPECIAL GUEST TRAINER
Critical Performance Conversations Workshop by Beverly L. Weise, MBA, Founder and President of Leadership Talent Solutions
There are several conversations supervisors hold with their staff members throughout the year that, if done effectively, provide opportunities to strengthen performance, increase motivation and deepen commitment to the organization. This session will enhance your knowledge, skills and comfort level in holding these important, yet sometimes difficult conversations.
• Goal Setting – helping staff member see beyond the day-to-day work to focus on performance goals and results.
• Coaching Conversations - helping motivate staff members by actively listening to their issues and concerns, and asking questions of an appreciative nature.
• Performance Feedback – providing feedback on performance issues that is clear, direct, and reduces possible defensiveness or resistance.
• Development Conversations – Guiding a conversation with a staff member to identify development goals and establish a realistic, effective plan for closing the development gap.
Beverly L. Weise, MBA, Founder and President of Leadership Talent Solutions, is an Executive Coach and organizational consultant specializing in Performance Management, Change Management, Leadership Development and Talent Management. Working across many industries, Bev specializes in the legal aid community and professional services. She designs customized solutions to engage staff and align individuals and organization to achieve high performance.
For nearly eight years, Bev was Executive Director of Interlaw Ltd., an international association of full-service, commercial law firms located in 120 cities worldwide, where she led the organization through a period of tremendous growth and change.
Previously, as Northrop Grumman’s Corporate Director of Executive Planning and Development, she created the company-wide succession planning process for this Fortune 200 Company, facilitated the CEO’s yearlong Total Quality Management process, and designed and implemented the CEO’s annual Strategic Leadership Conferences.
Bev received her M.B.A. in Organizational Management at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, and completed the UCLA Anderson Executive Program. She is an ICF certified Executive Coach and an adjunct faculty member at Antioch University’s Masters in Organizational Management Program.
Bev volunteers as a coach and trainer with formerly homeless residents of a transitional housing project in Santa Monica (OPCC’S Samoshel), where she founded a series of weekly Empowerment Workshops.
A partial list of clients includes: Neighborhood Legal Services Los Angeles (NLSLA), Health Consumer Alliance, (a consortium of eleven legal aid organizations throughout the state of California), Disability Rights California, LAFLA, LA Care, and Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati. She has been the keynote speaker and workshop presenter at previous MIE national conferences for Executive Directors and Managing & Supervising Attorneys.
The training design emphasizes small group discussions, role play exercises and demonstrations, and therefore is limited to 55 participants. Please plan to arrive on time and stay until the end.
Please register and reserve your room by March 2, 2015.