Oct 27, 2016
5:00pm - 7:00pm    |    Furman 326 , 245 Sullivan St, NYU School of Law, New York, NY 10012

Valid ID and RSVP required for this event. Please RSVP here.

Light dinner and refreshments will be provided.

About this session: 

Law firms, government agencies, and NGOs are all responsible for managing large and complex projects of different types.  Learning how to create a workplan, organize a team, execute tasks, monitor implementation and evaluate work done is essential whatever one’s career path – whether one plans to work as a human rights or public interest lawyer doing transactional work, to engage in human rights research, or to serve as a public defender with a substantive caseload.

This innovative skill building session sponsored by the Bernstein Institute for Human Rights, CHRGJ and PILC will be led by Prasanth Nair, CEO of Double Gemini, a productivity consultancy company. Double Gemini provides training and transformation productivity services that position participants to run impactful and efficient meetings, collaborate better with email, accelerate projects/programs, and apply personal and team productivity techniques to stop losing time. Prasanth’s unique methodologies are used by teams within some of the world’s largest for and not-for-profit organizations, including Planned Parenthood, generating results that prove productive people can change the world.



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