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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Leadership Development, Organizational Structure

Law Firm Business Development: Building a Sales Team

Time to take some pressure off the partners. Law firms are woefully behind every other professional services business to hire sales people. A

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Posted In: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, Practice Group Management, Training & Coaching

Spring Programs for Law Firm Professionals Offered by LawVision Group

LawVision offers many programs that will directly benefit your law firm. All of the programs, facilitated by our Principal Consultants and industry experts,

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Posted In: Leadership Support, Organizational Structure, Strategy

The Potential Risks of “Senior” Leadership

Many law firm leadership teams are making key decisions today that will determine the long-term success or failure of their firms.  The current

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Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Organizational Structure, Talent Strategy

Is Your Culture Still Putting Your Firm at Risk?

In my last blog I posed a simple question – is your firm’s culture putting your firm at risk?  My thoughts at that

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Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Leadership Training, Training & Coaching

Law Firm Business Development: Everyone & Anyone is a Potential Influencer

A recent interview with the GC of a global insurer reminded me that everyone can influence who gets the next matter. His comment

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Posted In: Leadership Support, Market Development, Practice Group Management, Training & Coaching

10 Trends Law Firm CMOs See Happening Right Now

In a recent roundtable meeting of CMOs from mid-sized regional firms, participants identified 10 trends they are seeing in 2017. 1. Uncertainty in

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Posted In: Leadership Development, Leadership Training

Lessons in Leadership from Commencement Season…

“A leader’s greatest challenge is not leading – it is making others great.” Juan Carlos Varela, President of Panama, May 6th, 2017 The

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Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Leadership Development, Leadership Training, Talent Strategy, Training & Coaching

Talent and Client Retention and Growth: Nothing Grows Under the Banyan Tree

“Nothing grows under a banyan tree.” This Indian proverb speaks of leadership styles. The banyan is a great tree. It spreads its branches,

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Posted In: Leadership Training, Organizational Structure, Talent Strategy

Succession Planning: What the “Successor” Values

In my most recent blog, The Art of Succession Planning – Thoughts on How to Start, I shared tips gleaned from observing a

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Posted In: Organizational Structure, Talent Strategy, Training & Coaching

Who Will Be Income Partners in the Future?

In July, I wrote a blog entitled Who Will Be the Owners of Law Firms in the Future. My goal at that time

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