Renee Branson

Renee Branson
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Combining 20 years in education, counseling and non-profit management, my passion and purpose is helping individuals, teams, and organizations cultivate resilience. After years of working with survivors of trauma and the caregivers who help heal them, I have become enthralled with what it is that allowed people to not only survive, but thrive through their greatest crisis. The answer is resilience. The more exciting answer is that resilience can be taught, strengthened, and cultivated. As a Certified Resilience Coach (CReC), I provide people with immediately usable tools to increase resilience, well-being, and optimism in the workplace. I work with lawyers, legal marketers, business professionals, non-profit leaders, and others to help them understand and incorporate resilience in their own professional lives and in the teams they lead.
Years ago in grad school, my counseling professor said to me, “Renee, stop thinking so much. Allow yourself the ability to react authentically in the moment. Trust your emotional response.” I had two reactions to that. First, this was...
Patrick Krill’s spot-on article in today’s Law.com about the “just make it happen/just do it/get ‘er done” mentality in the legal industry caught my attention. First, because of the much-needed encouragement to lawyers to set and hold boundaries, and...
Not long ago, Baker McKenzie confirmed the death of their Global Chair, Paul Rawlinson. In October of last year, Rawlinson took a leave of absence to focus on his personal health. Today’s announcement of his untimely passing included word...
Innovation and disruption are words taking up a lot of ink right now, particularly in the legal industry where AI, NewLaw, compensation restructuring, and encroachment of the Big Four are coming fast and furious. Both have one common core:...
Recently, someone shared with me a New York Time’s article, “The Best Advice You’ve Ever Received (and Are Willing To Pass On)“, by Ben Pogue. It is a crowdsourced article in the same vein as his book, “The World...
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