As a part of our Year End Virtual CLE Blast, practice work life balance, emotional and physical well-being and take care of yourself while earning up to 5 dual CLE hours. TBA CLE has created a 1-Click package of some of your favorite health and wellness topics.
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Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. There are five pillars to a strong EQ — self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills — that when combined can lead to a healthier professional and personal life.
In this video, Mental Health Clinician with the Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program Lindsey O'Connell will discuss ways to how to build your personal EQ.
Presented at TBA's Annual Convention 2020, join professor and esteemed author Larry Krieger, TLAP counselor Lindsey O'Connell and the TBA's Attorney Well Being Committee as they guide you through the path to well-being, the key to happiness and equip you with powerful tools and strategies to become a more productive, healthy lawyer.
Findings from Research Regarding Happiness: Larry Krieger
Mindfulness for Lawyers: Lindsey O’Connell
How to Control Stress: Lindsey O’Connell
Live Panel and Q&A discussion on Attorney Well Being and Challenges during the Pandemic: Julie Sandine, Adam Hill, Brigid Caldwell, Jackie Dixon and Shyanne Riddle.
Expanding access to justice is a key goal of courts and bar organizations. Do our current ethics rules hinder this effort? How does lawyer well-being relate to access? This presentation explores access initiatives, the increased emphasis on wellness for lawyers and law students, and the role of legal ethics in working toward these important objectives.