See Red Bee Principals Roberta Liebenberg and Stephanie Scharf in a cutting-edge discussion describing the “motherhood penalty” as well as creative and positive strategies for employers to retain a robust cadre of talented women professionals at all levels.
On June 8, SCG Legal conducted a webinar hosted by Diane Case titled, “Emerging from the Pandemic.” As guest speakers, Red Bee principals Roberta Liebenberg and Stephanie Scharf discuss data-based best practices.
Red Bee Principal Christine Edwards is participating in an S&P Global Virtual Conference May 25-27. The conference titled “Accelerating the Transition to Sustainability: A Journey Across the Global Value Chain” is focused on Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance.
Principals Stephanie Scharf and Bobbi Liebenberg co-chaired a cutting-edge virtual three-day conference on January 27-29 sponsored by the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession focusing on Women, Power and Disrupting the Status Quo.
At the invitation of Law360, Red Bee Principals Roberta Liebenberg and Stephanie Scharf wrote a column outlining the steps firms can take to retain women lawyers and achieve their gender diversity goals in the midst of the pandemic.
As we approach the end of 2020 and reflect on the opportunities and challenges presented by seven months of remote work, managers and employees should begin to prepare for a different type of year-end performance discussion.
Principals Stephanie Scharf and Roberta Liebenberg are authors of a first-of-its-kind report, jointly issued by the American Bar Association and ALM Intelligence, which describes the reasons why experienced women are far more likely than men to leave the private practice of law.
As a C-suite executive who has managed people and led teams for 35 years, I thought I knew a thing or two about leadership. I’ve learned from great bosses and mentors, and I’ve read my share of leadership books.