Navigating Blind Spots Before They Become Land Mines

Navigating Blind Spots Before They Become Land Mines

Neuroscience and behavioral science health research has shown that being aware of our emotional state and expanding our emotional intelligence yields multiple benefits for our professional and personal lives such as improved judgement and performance, an enhanced ability to effectively communicate, listen and resolve conflict, increased adaptability to change, and a greater capacity to weather discomfort.  As legal professionals we may experience ambiguity, stress, abrasiveness, unreasonableness, ethical dilemmas and other unsettling situations.  We also interact with and serve a variety of people every day, all of which, we owe some kind of duty – professionalism, civility, respect, zealous representation, candor, diligence, prudence and courtesy.  This interactive course offers tools to help you recognize your blind spots and modify your “reactions” to challenging situations so you can maintain your professionalism, competence and discretion, and remain centered.

10/2/2017 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
State Bar Center 5121 Masthead N.E. Albuquerque, NM 87109

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Rosemary Strunk, Jill Anne Yeagley

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