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The Well-Rounded Lawyer

Posted in Change Management, Millennials, People Skills, Selection, Talent

This blog post was originally published at the Legal Executive Institute website, a ThomsonReuters site, on December 19, 2016  (http://tinyurl.com/futurelawyer): We in the legal profession — especially those of us in Big Law — have always been very clear about our criteria for what kind of lawyer we’d like to hire. Indeed, there’s nearly universal agreement that we… Continue Reading

Podcasts: The Stress of Change . . . and What To Do About It

Posted in Change Management, Leadership, Millennials, Resilience

These two podcasts were originally published at the Legal Executive Institute website, a ThomsonReuters site. Podcast #1 discusses why change is hard for lawyers, and Podcast #2 discusses what you can do about it. I was recently interviewed by Gregg Wirth, the Content Manager for the LEI blog site. On July 18th, 2016, he interviewed me about the psychological consequences of… Continue Reading

Why Law Firms Need “Great Managers”

Posted in Change Management, Engagement, Millennials, Strengths

This blog post was originally published at the Legal Executive Institute website, a ThomsonReuters site, on September 20, 2016: Law firms are struggling these days to do a better job of retaining their Millennial lawyers. Millennials famously have less loyalty and a shorter time frame before jumping ship than any previous generation. Is this a baked-in… Continue Reading