In our latest podcast, three CLOs speak out about their career journeys and how best to navigate your career in legal
Navigating your career to the top of your profession can be an arduous journey for anyone, yet it is too often more so for women professionals and especially women professionals of color.
So, what is the best way to make your way to the top in the legal profession?
In a new podcast on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, three top chief legal officers discuss their career advancement journeys to the Top of the House at their respective organizations.
You can listen to the full podcast with of these three CLOs and their career journeys here.
Natalie Runyon, director of enterprise content on talent and inclusion topics for the Thomson Reuters Institute, opens this episode by introducing Bindu Dhaliwal, Ombudsperson of BMO Financial Group and member of the Thomson Reuters Institute’s Transforming Women’s Leadership advisory board. Dhaliwal interviews Caroline Tsai, chief legal officer and corporate secretary at Western Union; and Kikelomo Lawal, executive vice president and chief legal officer of CIBC, Canada’s fourth largest bank. Finally, we hear from Marie Oh Huber, senior vice president of legal affairs and general counsel and secretary at eBay.
Throughout all these discussions, we hear these women’s amazing stories and the inflection points and turns that their careers took and the risks they themselves undertook within their careers to finally make it to the Top of the House.
You can also hear more podcasts on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel.