Do you have the resilience to get to where you want to be in the legal profession? The purpose of Resilient Leadership is to help you identify and push beyond the challenges that are keeping you from reaching even higher goals. Whether those goals include becoming an equity partner or managing director at your current firm, becoming general counsel at a company or non-profit, or starting your own law firm, I want to equip you with the confidence and tools to achieve all your goals.
Senior women attorneys are consistently underrepresented at the highest levels of the profession, and progress on reversing this trend has been sluggish at best. This course equips you with the knowledge and drive to stay in the game. There's no better time to leave your mark.
Discover Resilient Leadership For Firms and Legal Teams!For Firms and Legal Teams
- Courtney Perez, Partner, Carter Arnett
- Shonn Evans Brown, Vice President
Deputy General Counsel at Kimberly-Clark
If you are a high achieving woman attorney with a minimum of six years in the profession, then this program is for you.
"Nancy Sharp's message on resilience gave me the courage to pull the trigger and start my own law firm. I have a paper weight that says, ‘What would you do if you knew you would not fail?’ that I found myself staring at after Nancy's session. And I knew my answer. The truth is I've been growing my book of business since 2012; I just finally got the courage to venture out on my own and create my own firm."
- Meagan Martin Powers
Founder & Managing Attorney, Martin Powers & Counsel, PLLC
"Equipping women attorneys with practical resilience training is fundamental to improving their mental health and well-being. Nancy Sharp's program is a MUST for attorneys experiencing stress and burnout, and the time for this program is NOW. It will give them healthy tools to not just get back on track,
but to achieve next-level success."
- Lisa Smith
Former practicing lawyer and law firm executive, and author of Girl Walks Out of a Bar, a memoir of addiction
and recovery in the legal profession