Well-Being and the Practice of Law: How Lawyers Can Improve Their Well-Being (and Become More Effective Leaders) by Learning Coaching Skills

Wednesday, April 10th

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


The Fireside Chat will be held in this Google Hangout: https://meet.google.com/wyt-maeq-iot

Join us for a fireside chat with two former-Skadden attorneys who started their careers in Big Law, broke into the sports industry, and ultimately pivoted to build their own successful wellness and coaching businesses—Jacques Anderson (HLS ’14) and Morgan Petkovich Sigelbaum (CLS ’16).

Morgan—a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming with an M.S. in Executive Coaching & Organizational Consulting—will share how learning coaching skills transformed the latter part of her career as an attorney and how she since has developed a course to give the gift of coaching skills to law students and lawyers to help them improve their well-being and resilience in the practice of law and become the types of leaders they want to be.

During this interactive discussion, Jacques and Morgan will also share and demonstrate specific tools that law students and lawyers can use to uncover self-limiting beliefs and update mindsets that are no longer serving them. Audience members will walk away with questions they can ask themselves to enhance self-awareness for the purpose of updating outdated mindsets, changing unwanted behaviors, and ultimately driving the results they want.


Jacques Anderson (HLS ’14): CEO & Founder of Lean Into Your Design – harnessing Human Design principles to help executives chart their authentic path. Former Skadden, The Players Tribune, & DUOS Living.

Morgan Petkovich Sigelbaum (CLS ’16): Head of Executive Coaching at East Bay Merchant Partners and Executive Coach for MPS Coaching & Consulting. Former Skadden & the NBA.


Event Information


1:00PM - 2:00PM Wed 10 Apr 2024, Eastern timezone

Virtual Event Instructions:

Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/wyt-maeq-iot
Or dial: ‪(US) +1 617-675-4444‬ PIN: ‪305 534 325 6357‬#