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Archive for February, 2013

Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Talent Strategy

Law Firm Hiring Models: No Longer “Par for the Course”

Every year about this time I experience the same hallucination –  By the time the cold Chicago weather breaks, I’ll be a good

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Posted In: Practice Group Management, Strategy

Solving the Great Partner Compensation Puzzle – Promoting Teamwork (Part 3)

In my last two blogs I have been focused on the ability to solve the “teamwork puzzle” in a law firm and the

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Training & Coaching

Overcoming Business Development Procrastination

I often ask groups of lawyers to brainstorm with me to list obstacles they experience when attempting business development activities. I want to

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Posted In: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, Strategy

Is Legal Project Management Just One of Many Starting Points to Creating Effective Teams?

Last month, I opined that legal project management (“LPM”) is a potential solution to creating effective teams.  Today, I’m adding (or perhaps clarifying)

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching

Avoiding unnecessary risk to your book of business – More lessons from the Super Bowl “lights out” fiasco

This year’s Super Bowl organizers watched in horror as half the stadium lights went dark on Sunday.  How could this happen?  On the

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching

Lessons for Lawyers from the Super Bowl: Leadership is Fragile

Like virtually everyone else at the Super Bowl party I attended Sunday evening (in Chicago), I didn’t have a favorite in the game

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