January 27, 2021 | Julianne Hartzell to Speak During ChiWIP Webinar Series: Taking Your Review Feedback into a New Year | Webinar
On January 27, 2021 Partner and Chair of Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP’s Medical Devices Practice Julianne Hartzell will be co-hosting a webinar for Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP) to discuss preparing for yearly performance reviews and how to tackle the tough questions and decisions made during and after the review period. This event, organized by Marshall Gerstein Associate Kelley Gordon and Francyn Brown of Partridge Partners PC, is part of ChiWIP’s Best Practices webinar series.
Date and Time: January 27, 2021 between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. CT
Event Name: Taking Your Review Feedback into a New Year
Where: Virtual webinar (link to be sent the day before the event)
CLE: 1.0 hour pending
Register for ChiWIP’s Taking Your Review Feedback into a New Year webinar.
Julianne will be co-speaking with Samara Elkins, Career Coach with Coaching by Samara.
In November 2020, ChiWIP hosted a webinar discussing how to prepare for yearly performance reviews, and this webinar will act as a follow up to that great conversation. During the second installment, Julianne, who is well versed in the art of performance reviews, and Samara, a speaker who is an experienced career coach, will provide a presentation on the tough questions and decisions made during and after the review period, such as:
- 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?
They will answer these questions and provide some hands-on practice, which will prepare attendees for the third, workshop-focused, installment of this performance reviews series coming up at a later date.
Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP) is a networking and mentoring group committed to the connection, promotion and success of professional Chicago women in all stages of practice of every facet of IP law. Through regularly scheduled events, the organization offers seminars, knowledge sharing, career resources, and leadership opportunities for personal and professional development. ChiWIP provides a forum for women professionals in the field of intellectual property to share their successes and challenges with other women more openly than they might with colleagues at their own firms.
Julianne Hartzell is a long standing, active member of ChiWIP. At Marshall Gerstein she is a member of the Diversity & Inclusion, Pro Bono, and Recruiting Committees. She is a frequent thought leader on topics such as trade secret protection, copyright litigation, patent litigation, and mentorship.