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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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Posted In: Market Intelligence, Organizational Structure, Training & Coaching

Law Firm Business Development: Is Marketing Department Outsourcing The New Black?

Outsourcing a law firm’s back office functions like Finance or Information Technology (IT) certainly isn’t a new concept. However, as law firm leaders

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Posted In: Leadership Training, Organizational Structure, Strategy

The World Really is Different: Realizing that Change is Okay

A few weeks ago, while facilitating an All-Lawyer retreat, I had an interesting ah-hah moment. This was an unusual retreat. In the course

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

Law Firm Talent Retention: Culture Matters

Millennials, Gen-Xers, Baby Boomers, Silent Generation, etc. Much has been written and I dare say speculated about why things are not working well

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