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Lawyers attend effective meetings

Five Ways to Make Meetings Matter

Here are five ways high-performing organizations run more productive meetings.

Elise Keith - May 18, 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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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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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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5 Ways to Gift Yourself More Time This Holiday Season

Jamie Spannhake | With these ideas, you can create more time in your life to do some of those things you’d do if you had more time.

Jamie Spannhake - December 17, 2021
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Five Ways to Reduce Stress and Anxiety 

Jamie Spannhake | Anxiety can be a real challenge for many attorneys. Strategies you can use to alleviate symptoms.

Jamie Spannhake - November 19, 2021
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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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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
attorney burnout

Five Ways to Reduce Lawyer Burnout and Improve Employee Retention

Jamie Spannhake | Attorney burnout happens when you have no breaks, no delegation, no balance and no support.

Jamie Spannhake - October 22, 2021
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Where Do Lawyers Work Today? The Ethics and Acceptance of Working Remotely

On Balance | Megan Zavieh on the evolution of remote work from taboo to new normal, along with updated ethics rules regarding where lawyers work.

Megan Zavieh - October 20, 2021
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