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Investing in Homegrown Leaders: Here’s How to Develop Effective Lawyer Leadership Skills

Yuliya LaRoe | Leadership skills. We all know they are important. But can they be taught?

Yuliya LaRoe - October 24, 2022
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Three Steps to Effective Delegation: What, Who and How

The first step in delegating is knowing what to delegate. Use this matrix to help determine what type of legal work you can (and should) assign to others, and what you can keep.

Yuliya LaRoe - October 17, 2022
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5 Ways to Create Your Path to Positivity

Camille Stell | Is positivity even possible in law? Here are five ways to shift your mindset to unapologetically positive.

Camille Stell - June 6, 2022
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Q&A With Heather Stevenson: A Less Traditional Path

Attorney at Work’s “Women in Law” series honors Boston Globe Media Partners' Heather Stevenson.

Tatia Gordon-Troy - March 30, 2022
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5 Personalized Stationery Cards You Will Love

Analog Attorney | Beautiful personalized notecards from moderately priced to obscenely expensive.

Bull Garlington - March 22, 2022
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The Partners Want Us Back in the Office — Now What?

Tatia Troy | Is it possible to ensure a safe, collaborative, happy return that works for everyone, including clients?

Tatia Gordon-Troy - July 21, 2021
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Leading Remote Teams: Tips for Improving Effectiveness

Mark Beese | I predict that remote teams are here to stay, at least in some form. In turn, leaders will need to learn how to effectively lead interdependent, yet physically dispersed teams.

Mark Beese - October 19, 2020

Law Firms: Ditch the Hierarchy and Embrace Culture for All

Eric Farber, attorney and author of the bestseller "Culture For All," says law firms must get rid of the caste system that makes staff feel replaceable.

Eric Farber - June 3, 2020
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