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Judith Finer Freedman accepting the award on behalf of The Balanced Worker Project™ from Kathie Lingle, the President of The Alliance for Work-Life Progress® (AWLP) at the annual WorldatWork Total Rewards conference in Seattle, Washington.
Judith Finer Freedman, founder of The Balanced Worker Project™, is the author of a book entitled, “Cracking the Code: Unlocking the Potential of Future Leaders in the Legal Profession", now in its second printing. The book has been featured in the January newsletter of the National Association of Legal Professionals (NALP) and offered on their online bookstore.

The Balanced Worker Project™ was selected as a “Promising Practice” by the Business and Professional Women (BPW) Foundation and was highlighted in their Successful Workplaces Digest. The Digest was released at the National Employer Summit in 2008.
Judith Finer Freedman's lectures are welcomed in law and MBA schools such as Georgetown University Law Center and Harvard Business School across the U.S. and Canada. Here she is pictured with Dean Janet Levit from the University of Tulsa College of Law.



Seminars from The Balanced Worker Project™ received CLE Accreditation
by The New York State Bar and The State Bar of Texas and CPD
Accreditation by The Law Society of Upper Canada.

The Balanced Worker Project™

Welcome to The Balanced Worker Project™ website where issues facing workplaces in today's global market move from discussion to successful execution.  The Balanced Worker Project™ offers strategic communication solutions that tackle the topics of generational diversity, gender bias, mentoring, time management, performance review feedback and balancing work and home demands. Specialized programming is available for your organization that will solidify the chain between recruitment and retention.

Judith Finer Freedman Ed.D., Founder of The Balanced Worker Project™, is the author of Cracking the Code: Unlocking the Potential of Future Leaders in the Legal Profession, now in its second printing. The book has been featured in the newsletter of the National Association of Legal Professionals (NALP) and offered on their online bookstore.

Cracking the Code: Unlocking the Potential of Future Leaders in the Legal Profession is published by West, a division of Thomson Reuters. The book is the first of its kind to investigate the impact of the economic downturn on the newest generation of workers and provide practical solutions that are relevant to any workforce to maintain its competitive edge in challenging times. Click here to learn more about the book and to order.

Dr. Finer Freedman is a past "Rising Star", selected by WorldatWork® and the Alliance for Work-Life Progress® (AWLP). The "Rising Star" is awarded by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress® (AWLP) and WorldatWork® to professionals who demonstrate emerging leadership and growing contributions to the work-life community.

The Balanced Worker Project™ was selected as a "Promising Practice" by the Business and Professional Women (BPW) Foundation and was highlighted in their Successful Workplaces Digest, which was released at the National Employer Summit.


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The Balanced Worker Project™ is providing cultural change in organizations through comprehensive training initiatives that tackle workplace challenges and change behavior:

Managers are becoming more effective mentors through learning techniques that resonate with new hires and solidify retention

Workers are leveraging each other's generational strengths and better understanding each other's differences

Women and men are breaking though long-standing barriers in cross-gender communication

Workers feel more in control of managing rising work and home demands and therefore experience less stress

New hires are experiencing a faster connection to the workplace culture and access to mentors and role models

Law students and MBA candidates are identifying places to work that fit their values and desires for work-life effectiveness


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For more information about initiatives for your academic program or organization, please contact
Judith Finer Freedman at DrJFF@thebalancedworkerproject.com.