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Taking Your Review Feedback into a New Year


Jan 27, 2021 1:00 PM | REGISTER HERE


2021 is finally here and with that comes our second installment to our performance review series!


In November, we put on a panel giving ChiWIPers an overview for how to prepare for yearly performance reviews. This January, we will go further in depth with a speaker who is an experienced career coach and a speaker who is a partner at a law-firm and is well versed in the art of performance reviews.


Our speakers will provide a presentation on the tough questions and decisions made during and after the review period:

  • How do you appropriately ask for a bonus or pay increase?

  • How do you implement constructive criticism for the year ahead?

  • How should you fill out self-reviews to show your added value to firm management?

We will answer these questions and provide some hands-on practice which will prepare attendees for the third, workshop-focused, installment of our performance reviews series coming up at a later date.


Speakers:


Samara Elkins is a Resume and Career Coach with Coaching by Samara, a consultative coaching business she started to help others on their professional journeys. Prior to starting her coaching business, Samara worked in the healthcare space for HealthStream and Cordant Health Solutions in product and project management roles. Through her coaching business, she has worked with clients all over the spectrum with a key focus on making sure her clients feel equipped to present and advocate for themselves, both presently and for future roles.


Julianne Hartzell is a partner at Marshall Gerstein & Borun LLP, the chair of the medical devices practice, and the chair of the firms recruiting committee. Julianne not only serves as a mentor within Marshall Gerstein, but is also actively engaged in the IP community at large. Julianne previously served as President, and is currently co-chair of the National Board of Directors, for the Coalition of Womens Initiatives in Law. Julianne serves as a member of ChiWIPs Special Events committee and previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Richard Linn American Inn of Court. Julianne has significant experience in intellectual property litigation, including cases involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.


Register Here: (A link for the webinar will be sent to all attendees the day before the event.)

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