Creating Motivation in a Remote World

Working from home has been a seamless transition for some and a challenging one for others. Distractions come easy around the house. Kids need attention, household chores must be completed, and working for an attorney general office is always demanding. As attorney general office managers, keeping your employees motivated in a remote world where anyone…

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Emotional Intelligence

This course covers techniques to strengthen your emotional intelligence, and how to become better leaders within your workplace.

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Resilience and Mindfulness

Resilience and mindfulness are two powerful tools that you can use to process and overcome challenges. This course covers how to harness resilience and mindfulness so you can prevail in the face of life’s unknowns.

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Generational Diversity

This course covers defining characteristics of each generation, how best to work collaboratively and collectively, and how to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts with co-workers from different generations.

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Time Management

This course on time management is designed to help individuals achieve balance and increase your wellness quotient. This series focuses on four core areas: time management, generational diversity, resilience and mindfulness, and emotional intelligence.

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NAGTRI Names Jeena Cho Wellness Consultant

Washington, D.C. — The National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI), the training and research arm of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), is pleased to announce it has named Jeena Cho its Wellness Consultant to further NAGTRI’s wellness initiative. NAGTRI’s mission is to provide high-quality, non-partisan training to state and territory attorney general staff….

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Managers as Caretakers: Rule 5.1

This is an ongoing column exploring various ethical topics relevant to attorneys general and other government attorneys. This issue addresses how managers can make reasonable efforts to ensure that the lawyers they supervise conduct themselves ethically. It notes that the legal profession is struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues in a much higher proportion than the general population.

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