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How to Give Tough Feedback

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton | Instead of going into full-on Godzilla mode when giving tough feedack, try something that actually works.

Merrilyn Astin Tarlton - March 24, 2022
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How Crises Affect Law Firm Leaders — and Some Helpful Resources

Gina Rubel | I’ve been thinking about what it means to lead a company through crises and how each crisis affects law firm leaders.

Gina Rubel - March 3, 2022
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Q&A With Allison Murdock: Stepping Up as Stinson LLP’s Managing Partner

You at Work Spotlight | Allison Murdock, Managing Partner at 450-lawyer Stinson LLP

The Editors - February 28, 2022
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10 Strategies for Bringing More Love into Your Law Practice

A practical list of how-tos for creating a more caring emotional culture for your firm.

Christy Cassisa - February 10, 2022
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Stinson’s Well-Being Committee Steps Up During the Pandemic

Stinson's Director of Well-Being, Krista Larson, describes programs in place to support personnel.

Krista Larson - November 10, 2021
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Let Lawyers Lawyer: Tech Doesn’t Replace Your Admin Assistants

Andrea Cannavina | Lawyers, you make money for your firm when you draft but cost the firm when you do admin work.

Andrea Cannavina - November 5, 2021
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What Is Servant Leadership? The Benefits for Lawyers

Tatia Troy | "Servant leader" is a phrase we’re hearing a lot these days as businesses grapple with managing a hybrid workforce.

Tatia Gordon-Troy - November 3, 2021
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Retirement: A Time for Jubilación

Ida O. Abbott | When you approach retirement as a lifelong adventure, it can be a constant source of rejoicing. Here's how design thinking gets you there.

Ida O. Abbott - August 30, 2021
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Legal Staffing Lessons for Today’s Marketplace

You don’t have to increase headcount to level up the expertise of your team. Think of staffing strategies using contract attorneys.

Leslie Firtell - August 26, 2021
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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 - August 17, 2021
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