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Through WIN, we run a program of training sessions, seminars, networking events and webinars delivered by external providers and our own lawyers and consultants. We aim to provide you with the tools, personal development and knowledge you need to demonstrably add value to your business. All courses are accredited by the Law Society and qualify for continuing professional hours (CPD).

To ensure you receive invitations to our popular and often over-subscribed WIN training and panel events, please register for the program.

We remain committed to WIN being shaped by in-house lawyers, for in-house lawyers. Please get in touch and share your suggestions for future WIN events.

04Dec Oslo launch event Oslo We are excited to announce the launch of DLA Piper's WIN programme in Norway and the Nordics, a multi-award winning series of events, tools and forums which address the technical, commercial and personal aspects of working in-house. WIN is open to all in-house lawyers. We invite you to attend our launch event on 4 December 2018 at our Oslo office located in Bryggegata 6 on Aker Brygge. ==== "Confidence is Key: Becoming a more effective in-house lawyer" Self-confidence is a key driver of success and an important skill to possess when dealing with your stakeholders, other members of the legal team, the CEO or board of directors. This course has been shaped around direct feedback from our global WIN community and will be run by communications expert Luan de Burgh [http://www.deburghgroup.com/] who will explore how in-house counsel can assert greater control and become proactive, strategic business partners. This training session will address: * Psychological and physical aspects of confidence * Presenting with impact * Persuasion and active listening * Influencing different personalities ==== About your trainer Luan de Burgh, Founding Director of the De Burgh Group, has worked with lawyers at all levels for over a decade helping them deliver key messages effectively and with impact. He specializes in public speaking, presentation skills and personal effectiveness, and is a regular conference speaker as well as frequently commenting in the media and on the BBC.