WLF Mentoring Resources

Please find resources available through the WLF Mentorship Program by topic:

2022-2023 CONFABS

Acing a Performance Review

How to Conduct a Great Performance Review by Frank V. Cespedes

10 Steps for Acing Your Performance Review by Elle Harikleia


Reining in Perfectionism by Jordana Alter Confino

Growth Mindset Introduction: What it is, How it Works, and Why it Matters [video]

What Perfectionism Is Costing You [podcast]

Dealing with Micromanagement in the Workplace

Stop Being Micromanaged by Amy Gallo

13 Diplomatic Ways To Deal With A Micromanaging Boss Forbes

How to Network in Your Firm

Learn to Love Networking by Francesca Gino, Maryam Kouchaki, and Tiziana Casciaro

Reworking Networking [video]

Business Development

10 Tips For Effective Business Development by Alex Kowtun

Best Business Development Strategies for Law Firms by Ritu Kaushal

Personal Brand Statement Examples by Indeed Editorial Team

CBABC Career Starter Series

Imagining Success

What is Success: You Decide.

4 Powerful Steps To Set Yourself Up For Success by Suzanne Ricard-Greenway

The Four Tendencies Quiz

2021-2022 Confabs

How To Tell When The Problem Is Your Workplace & Not You

Only Your Boss Can Cure Your Burnout

How Toxic Is Too Toxic?

Building in Resilience

The Resilient Lawyer by Allison Wolf

How Resilience Works by Diane Coutu

Career Transitions

Career Alternatives for Lawyers (CBA.org)

Rebounding from Career Setbacks

How to Change Careers if You're a Lawyer

Why You Should Take Time to Mourn During Career Transitions

Handling Stereotypes, Assumptions and Overcoming Microaggressions

But I Look Like a Lawyer (faclbc.ca)

Use microaffirmations and call out microaggressions to help others by Hannah Roberts

Other Resources:

Managing a Mentoring Relationship 

Mentoring 101

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