Career

From your first role in-house to your transition to the C-Suite, we’ve got you covered.

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Come Join Us “In the House with In-House”

  • May 07, 2020
  • Lynne Yryku

The CCCA’s new webinar series, "In the House with In-House," explores the key issues you are facing and how your colleagues are overcoming them. These short webinars share the real-life experiences of in-house counsel in various industries and sectors as they talk about the challenges created by the pandemic and look to the post-pandemic world.

Cold Networking and Comfort Zones: Lessons for Professional Development

  • March 29, 2020
  • Barbara De Dios

Several months ago, I attended a networking event by myself for the first time. I decided it was time to make more connections in my legal community even if the circumstances were outside of my comfort zone. Following that evening, I continued on this path, reaching out through cold messages to in-house counsel throughout my city—and have grown in ways I never would have otherwise been able.

9 Tips for Future-Proofing Your Career

  • March 13, 2020
  • Argiro Kotsalis

If one of the certainties of life is that we don’t know what the future holds, how can we prepare for it? Ensure you have the skills to face change in the future. Here are my top tips.

Becoming a Trusted Adviser: Steven Dickson, CIC.C

  • March 13, 2020
  • Lynne Yryku

Having business and financial literacy is fundamental to being a good in-house counsel. As lawyers, you are trained to be guardians of corporate integrity, but many have realized you have to go beyond that to succeed and thrive in the future. You need to build your reputation as a trusted advisor. Enter the Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel.

Becoming a Trusted Adviser: Nafisa Tejani, CIC.C

  • March 13, 2020
  • Lynne Yryku

Having business and financial literacy is fundamental to being a good in-house counsel. As lawyers, you are trained to be guardians of corporate integrity, but many have realized you have to go beyond that to succeed and thrive in the future. You need to build your reputation as a trusted advisor. Enter the Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel.

Becoming a Trusted Adviser: Michael Ladha, CIC.C

  • March 13, 2020
  • Lynne Yryku

Having business and financial literacy is fundamental to being a good in-house counsel. As lawyers, you are trained to be guardians of corporate integrity, but many have realized you have to go beyond that to succeed and thrive in the future. You need to build your reputation as a trusted advisor. Enter the Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel.

Becoming a Trusted Adviser: Daniela O'Callaghan, CIC.C

  • March 13, 2020
  • Lynne Yryku

Having business and financial literacy is fundamental to being a good in-house counsel. As lawyers, you are trained to be guardians of corporate integrity, but many have realized you have to go beyond that to succeed and thrive in the future. You need to build your reputation as a trusted advisor. Enter the Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel.

Becoming a Trusted Adviser: Caroline Boutin, CIC.C

  • March 13, 2020
  • Lynne Yryku

Having business and financial literacy is fundamental to being a good in-house counsel. As lawyers, you are trained to be guardians of corporate integrity, but many have realized you have to go beyond that to succeed and thrive in the future. You need to build your reputation as a trusted advisor. Enter the Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel.

The Role of the GC in a New Decade

  • March 13, 2020
  • Judith McKay, Bob Richardson and Godyne Sibay

As the business landscape evolves, so does the role of gC. What then differentiates the “good” from the “great”? What are the top behaviours of those who move to executive?

How to Win People Over

  • March 07, 2020
  • Tisha Parker Kemp, MEd, CTPD, CPM

How you present yourself matters. As professionals, we pride ourselves on our legal and industry knowledge and our business acumen. However, conveying this expertise to communicate complex ideas, move items forward and influence strategic decisions can be challenging. Whether our audience is one or many, a growth mindset, a confident (and self-aware) approach and positive body language are paramount to success.