Join subject matter experts for one of the only ACLEA sessions discussing CLE accreditation. This session is geared towards ACLEA members who develop training content and often find themselves navigating the challenging waters of compliance and accreditation. Our panel of experts will discuss how to work with presenters to increase the likelihood of CLE accreditation. You will learn presenter coaching strategies for developing high-quality written materials, and methods for effectively translating CLE rules to presenters in ways they can actually act on. Brandi, Virginia and Keisha will share what they’ve seen work, and what has not. This interactive session will feature live polling so you can share knowledge with your incredible peers. We hope you can join us for this important training session!
Hear from a panel of your peers how they recruit and keep authors, what author changes they permit in author agreements, and how they encourage new authors to rewrite existing content when supplementing/updating--or discourage them from doing so.
Automatic shipment of book updates to customers can make life easier for many of those customers and can increase sales for the publisher, but how do we optimize customer convenience and our bottom lines? Should the autoshipment customer list be opt-in or opt-out? What are some strategies for minimizing customer irritation, wasted copies, and return shipping costs? How do we manage "returns" if the product is downloadable or online? What are the legal or policy considerations, such as strict time limits between updates to be able to use those autoshipment customer lists?
A growing number of lawyers are acquiring professional licenses and certifications in addition to their JD. Examples include CPA, CFE, CFP, CIPP, SHRM-CP, and many more. These licenses and certifications all have their own specific Continuing Education (CE) requirements. Learn what these certifications are and how your program can be accredited for more than just CLE credit.
Stress has a bad reputation. No news there, but recent research suggests it is your mindset that stress is bad for you that's bad for you. So, seeing stress as helpful, not harmful, is the key to better health. Sure, reducing stress is important, but in this session our focus will primarily focus on how to get better at professional and personal stress.
Today’s lawyers need to do more than understand the law. In order to thrive in a professional legal environment, they must build strong relationships, demonstrate empathy and compassion, communicate effectively, manage their time and their practice, while making ethical value-based decisions, and building trust.
In today’s competitive business environment, change–as they say–is the only constant. Individuals who want to lead successful careers must develop the capacity to lead and adapt to change. Change is a necessity for survival.
Since this pace and intensity are not likely to change, we need to find ways to be resilient in the face of it. What is resilience? Why is it even necessary? Can I become more resilient? The good news is that resilience, like any skill, with practice, can be learned.
In this session, we will explore three ways of developing personal resilience at work. Mumtaz will share the “what” and “why” behind resilience and what characteristics distinguish resilient leaders and teams from others. You will come away with actionable strategies and helpful tips for enhancing your resilience and becoming wildly successful in your career.
Join a panel of four editors from CLE organizations of varying types and sizes to share their full editing process, from when they receive materials from their authors through publication. The hope is to discuss how to make the best possible publication product, regardless of the size of the shop, by making the most of the resources currently available.