Cuban American Bar continues leadership training program
'As L.E.A.D. values collaboration and spirited discussion, witnessing the exchange of ideas and the genuine teamwork that developed among the participants fills me with immense pride'
The Cuban American Bar Association (CABA) recently held its second L.E.A.D. program session at the Miami offices of GrayRobinson.
The Leadership, Education, And, Development (L.E.A.D.) program is designed to provide CABA fellows with the knowledge, skills, and tools to be effective leaders within CABA, The Florida Bar, and their communities. The multi-day sessions are designed to assist the diverse and inclusive group of lawyers in becoming better leaders within the legal profession.
“Reflecting on the success of our first session, I am humbled and thrilled by the remarkable dedication displayed by our cohort. The collective enthusiasm and commitment to growth was evident, setting the stage for an even more exciting second session,” said CABA President Giselle Gutierrez. “As L.E.A.D. values collaboration and spirited discussion, witnessing the exchange of ideas and the genuine teamwork that developed among the participants fills me with immense pride.”
The second program session, “Communication In The Legal Profession,” was made possible by the support of GrayRobinson. Guest speakers included Chief Judge Thomas Logue, Judge Monica Gordo, and Judge Adalberto Jordan, former Florida Bar Presidents Ramon A. Abadin and Francisco Angones, and current Bar President-elect Roland Sanchez-Medina, Jr., and others.
The curriculum included presentations focusing on team collaboration, communication, problem solving, conflict resolution, and inspiring project ideas to develop effective leaders.