Join us at ILTACON 2022 | #WeAreILTA
We are excited to be sponsoring ILTACON 2022 this year happening August 21 – 25 in DC. The last couple years have been challenging for those that thrive on connecting and learning in person. ILTA has always been the place you can do that.
Therefore, we are honored that we were asked to be part of the educational curriculum at ILTA on Data Science as well as Training & Adoption. We are speaking on three panels, and we invite you to join us there.
To learn more about these sessions and much more, visit our event site.
Our team would love to meet with you at ILTA to discuss: Data Science, Implementations & Cloud Conversations, Marketing consulting, and Training & Adoption. Click here to book a one-on-one meeting. We hope to see you there!
Join our experts at these educational sessions:
Monday, August 22
4.00 – 5.30 PM
WA Panelist: John Attinger
Join us for a lively discussion of crowd-sourced hot topics in law firm training!
What Is a Data Scientist and Why You Should Become One
Thursday, August 25
2.00 – 3.30 PM
WA Panelist: Liz McLaughlin
Organizations that leverage data science best practices will continue to outperform their peers by intake, reducing risks, predicting legal outcomes, and reducing cash leakage. Speakers for this session will describe how their organizations evolved from defining the need for this discipline to realizing the benefits.
Multi-Generational Strategies for Successfully Dealing with Change
Thursday, August 25
4.00 – 5.00 PM
WA Panelist: Justin Farmer
Effectively engaging employees of all generations is essential for any project that requires change in the workplace. There are generational preferences that should be considered when it comes to how people learn, understand and retain information. Being strategic in how you communicate to different generations is also critical. Our session leaders will uncover proven strategies for how to combine education and communication with a special emphasis on communicating why change is necessary to give you the best chance at a successful outcome. With four generations currently active in the workforce, and the pace at which things are changing, concentrating on who we are leading and how we are leading them can make all the difference.
Any questions or would you like to learn more? Please contact us today.