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  • How to Make Better Sponsorship & Charitable Donation DecisionsApril 9, 2018

    Too often, when a client or contact asks for sponsorship money, law firms simply ask where to sign.  When a partner requests that the firm sponsor their child’s (school/sports team), it’s hard to say no.   When a staff member requests that the firm support an event or charity they are involved in, i … Read more »

  • How to Select (and Support) a LeaderMarch 26, 2018

    Strong leadership is critical to successful firms, especially as so many firms experience the transition from retiring senior partners to the next generation.   Gone are the days when a firm could rely on a handful of rainmakers to bring in enough work to keep everyone busy.  When those senior partn … Read more »

  • How to Hold Onto Your LawyersMarch 12, 2018

    Years ago, when lawyer attrition started to reach alarming rates (which for some reason we are more complacent about now), Catalyst in the US conducted research to determine why so many female lawyers were leaving the profession.  Not that only female lawyers were leaving; that was simply the focus … Read more »

  • How to Behave with Someone Who Has CancerFebruary 26, 2018

    I’m fighting cancer. I’ll be fine; I just have to go through hell to get there. I’ve kept this information quiet until now, but as my hair fell out the other day, the cat’s out of the bag anyway. And the executive coach in me has realized that there is an important lesson here that […] Read more »

  • Just Tell Me How to Market My Firm!February 6, 2018

    I often get asked “what kind of marketing should we do?” Or I’m asked to “just provide us with a bunch of great marketing ideas”.  No time spent determining what the firm wants to look like in the future.  No proper assessment of where they are today.  No indication of what success would look like.  … Read more »