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What Can Social Science Tell Us About Ethics?

Posted in Influence, Leadership, Organizational Behavior

  This article originally appeared in the March 2016 Ethics Corner column of the ABA online publication Business Law Today: Can ethical behavior be taught? Most definitely. The social sciences have yielded several principles and practices that can aid law firm leaders in shaping desired ethical behaviors. Following are seven suggestions, based on this research, that can… Continue Reading

Leading Lawyers: Your Most Potent Tool is Your Mindset

Posted in Change Management, Influence, Leadership, People Skills

This post was originally published at the Legal Executive Institute website, a ThomsonReuters site, on April 15, 2015: Are you a practicing lawyer who is transitioning into a leadership role? Whether it’s as a managing partner, practice group leader, office managing partner, or executive committee member—in all cases, to be effective as a leader, you… Continue Reading