THE GREAT RESIGNATION AND MANAGING A MULTIGENERATIONAL WORKFORCE
Generational differences create challenges for managers whether in business settings or law firms. Changing attitudes about what “work” should look like, what role it plays and what employees look for in a position often depend on generational differences. This talk will explore generational differences, attitudes and how new approaches to a multigenerational workforce can lead to better and more stable employment and creative problem solving.
About the Presenter:
Hear from industry expert, Liz Fraley, Professor of Law.
EXIT PLANNING IS GOOD BUSINESS STRATEGY
The Exit Planning Institute, provides Financial Advisors, Accountants, Consultants, and other advisors of business owners with the critical education to differentiate themselves and add value to their existing client relationships through a credential, conference, courses, and content. Download the CEPA brochure for more information.
Meet Liz Fraley:
Elizabeth M. Fraley is a Professor at Baylor Law School, teaching Practice Court and serving as co-director of the Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management. She holds the Gerald Reading Powell Chair in Advocacy. She serves as faculty at the Academy of the Advocate in St. Andrews, Scotland and is co-Director of the inaugural Baylor MDL Judicial College in Aspen, CO. Liz is an actively practicing attorney with more than 30 years of trial and mediation experience representing health care providers and businesses. She has been named a Texas Super Lawyer every year starting in 2004 and has been a D Magazine “Best Lawyers in Dallas” annually since 2011. She is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), is past president of the Waco Chapter and a national board member. She acted as faculty in the ABOTA Masters in Trial series. She serves as faculty for the Judicial Education Conference, teaching evidence to sitting judges. She is a co-author of Texas Commercial Causes of Action, author of the updated Powell and Kinkeade’s Practical Guide to Texas Evidence and co-author of Fundamentals of Lawyer Leadership. Liz is a frequent author and speaker on trial skills, virtual advocacy, leadership civil procedure and evidence. An avid runner and traveler, she is the mother of three children.