The Women Leaders Forum is a professional and leadership development program and peer-group network of women legal leaders. The program provides an opportunity to tap into one another’s perspectives, expertise, and strategic wisdom in order to adapt new ideas and strengthen leadership skills to overcome management challenges, leverage market dynamics, and target key opportunities for your firm’s future.
Facilitated by Kim Stuart, Founder, Key Group
Diversity is a Strength.
A national survey indicates that “the legal profession has become the least diverse of all comparable professions.” Women comprise only 18% of equity partnership, and fewer than 5% of managing partners are female. While equally qualified, women are held to higher expectations and many barriers hold them back from leadership.
Yet studies show that firms with women in leadership not only produce better financial results, but also have better talent retention rates. And, clients are increasingly demanding diversity in their legal teams. Firms with diverse boards see an improvement in performance, revenue and client retention.
About the Women Leaders Forum
The WLF network cultivates and supports the advancement of women leaders and spurs a catalyst for change within firms and within other organizations. WLF bridges framework, application and peer exchange. Unlike other professional development programs that offer only high-level education, WLF focuses on actionable concepts and meaningful execution throughout the year-long program.
The program provides a platform to:
- Network with other women leaders to share challenges, successes and strategies for leading a multi-million dollar enterprise in a hyper-competitive marketplace
- Hone the management skills necessary to elevate your firm’s organizational structure, improve your firm’s culture, and leverage your team’s talent
- Implement innovative and adaptable revenue-strengthening tactics
To learn more and register, visit the Key Group website.