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Quick Tips for Lawyers to Beat Stress, Build Happiness, and Boost Productivity [Webinar]

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In this edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, Anne Brafford will show you where to shift your focus to feel better and work better- in 32 minutes.

How often do you experience stress without taking time to process it? Does it seem you have too much stress to even begin processing it? We often rush through our busy days on auto-pilot, forgetting to pay attention to the many small choices we make that can have a big impact our health, happiness, and success.

This webinar will give you practical, science-backed tips derived from positive psychology, organizational behavior, and neuroscience that can help you harness your attention to design better days every day.

Presentation slides are available for download here.

About the Expert

Anne Brafford is the Chairperson of the American Bar Association Law Practice Division’s Attorney Well-Being Committee and founder of Aspire, an educational and consulting firm for the legal profession. In 2014, Anne left her job as an equity partner at Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius LLP after 18 years of practice to focus on thriving in the legal profession. Anne has earned a Master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and now is a Ph.D. student in positive organizational psychology at Claremont Graduate University where she focuses on research related to lawyer thriving. Anne is the author of a book recently published by the ABA called Positive Professionals: Creating High-Performing, Profitable Firms through the Science of Engagement.


CATEGORIES: Lawyer's Quality of Life | Productivity | Risk Management | Webinars for Busy Lawyers

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