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  • Planning for Succession: Part TwoNovember 20, 2017

    In this second segment of a two-part article, I focus on succession planning for practice groups and individual lawyers. In Part One (published here in October), I explained why proper succession planning is so important. I also touched on why senior partners might be reluctant to retire, and offere … Read more »

  • What’s Coaching and How Can It Help?October 27, 2017

    Lawyers know when something isn’t working; and they can usually find a way to get business back on track. But everyone has weaknesses or blind spots. When things aren’t going the way you feel they should – despite your best efforts at improvement – it might be time to hire a coach. When I ask […] … Read more »

  • Planning for Succession: Part OneOctober 11, 2017

    Over half of my clients are focused on how to survive the transition from a first to a second-generation law firm. This is a critical and difficult business subject to deal with so I will explain the issue and its solutions over two postings. In this first one, I’ll seek to broaden your perspective … Read more »

  • What’s the Value of a Client Team?September 27, 2017

    Client teams may be one of the most powerful business development tools at your disposal, but are an oxymoron to most lawyers. As a profession, lawyers aren’t usually known for being team players.  By nature, they are individual thinkers and doers.  They like their autonomy, and tend to feel that to … Read more »

  • How to Form the Admin Dream TeamSeptember 7, 2017

    Lawyers are highly intelligent, capable human beings who can probably reasonably do any task placed in front of them.  That doesn’t mean that they should.  The wise business person focuses on their core competency, and for lawyers, that’s the practice of law. There’s also the belief by some (well, m … Read more »