Nuts & Bolts of Leadership & Management NDLI 2006

Atlanta, Georgia  |  Thursday, April 27, 2006 - Saturday, April 29, 2006
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Atlanta
181 Peachtree Street, NE  |  (800) 241-3333 (Phone)   

Outstanding trial skills don't automatically translate into outstanding managerial skills.  A good trial lawyer can, however, learn skills to use in supervising colleagues and managing staff.  This training seminar offers a unique opportunity for defender leaders to step away from their offices, learn these skills, and apply them to their individual management challenges in a supportive learning environment.  Our expert faculty will help each participant translate advocacy skills into effective management techniques.  Through individualized coaching in small working groups, participants will be introduced to the client-centered theory of management and learn how it serves as the core value and guiding principle for resolving management challenges.  Designed for those newly undertaking management and leadership responsibilities, work on the Management Challenge you bring to this program will allow you to apply management theories and models to your specific real-life management challenge in a client-centered manner.

Event Details

Materials & Presentations

Materials and presentations for this program are available only to the participants.  Participants may access them by joining the discussion Group for this event.  Just click on Join the Group for this Event in the box to the right, and select the Group name "Nuts & Bolts of Leadership & Management NDLI 2006."

Agenda

View the full Agenda for the program here.

Registration & Logistics

Registration is limited to a maximum of 100 participants on a first-come first-served basis, to ensure an effective and intimate small-group learning-by-doing environment.  Registration materials are available here.

 Brochure & Advance Preparation

Participants in this program are required to prepare and submit in advance a Management Challenge.  The full Brochure for the program, including instructions for your Management Challenge, are available here.

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