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Mindfulness at Work: A Workshop for Legal Professionals

Date

Tuesday, May 5, 2020 (1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m.)

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CPD Hour(s)*
0 Substantive
1 h 30 m Professionalism
Location

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Additional Information

Page Count: 8

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Chair
  • Professor Thomas TelferFaculty of Law
    Western University
Description

It’s challenging enough for legal professionals to perform at the best of times, never mind in the midst of a stressful global environment, with mounting workloads, and multiple demands. Does this situation sound familiar? Help is here! Our presenter, Professor Thomas Telfer of Western University Faculty of Law, shows you how to turn these workplace challenges into opportunities with a curriculum that draws on the scientific expertise and collaborated works of a variety of internationally respected leaders. Learn how to work with your innate qualities, as well as how to be less reactive and how to appreciate different perspectives for healthier workplace interactions. Gain an appreciation of the benefits of being mindful and how to apply daily mindfulness strategies in your practice.


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This CPD program is offered jointly with the Law Society’s Coach and Advisor Network (CAN). The workshop's focus aligns closely with CAN’s mandate to support competence, confidence and connections in the professions through peer-to-peer Coaching and Advising engagements.


Please note: This is a pre-recorded broadcast. Registrants will only be able to access the archived version of the program until end of day Friday, July 10, 2020.

Presenters

  • Professor Thomas TelferFaculty of LawWestern University

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