At this week’s Corporate Counsel Summit, three general counsel will espouse how to get ahead of the game and ensure your career stays on the trajectory you want.
Performing at the top has its challenges when it comes to balancing business needs with ethical and evolving workplace obligations. This insightful panel will share valuable knowledge and strategies that changed the game for them and how they navigated their way to the top of the ladder.
This, and much more, will be discussed during a panel event at this week’s Corporate Counsel Summit, hosted by Lawyers Weekly. The panel will consist of Australian Red Cross Lifeblood general counsel and chief privacy officer Marion Hemphill, American Express vice-president and head of legal Ryan Rayfield, and Google ANZ director of legal Shoshana Shields.
The trio will talk about how to increase operational standards, sustain efficiency and reduce the risks within your organisation, making sure you are at the forefront of legislative changes and workforce PPE obligations, and how best to alleviate and manage the stressors of public and media attention.
Lawyers Weekly deputy editor Jerome Doraisamy, who will moderate the panel, said: “What can and should constitute optimal performance and success is evolving in the age of coronavirus, and – with the professional marketplace set to look vastly different in a post-pandemic world to life before 2020 – it is integral that corporate counsel ensure they are adapting with the times in order to provide the best and most constructive advice for their businesses and organisations.”
“All attendees will benefit from tuning in for what promises to be an invaluable and engaging discussion.”
To learn more about this session, and more, check out the full agenda for this week’s Corporate Counsel Summit.
Registration for this summit is free – you can sign up here.