Assisting Law Firms with ALL their Transitions
Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.
- Peter Drucker
If you are exploring this page of our website, it is safe to assume you are a leader of your law firm in some capacity. In the law firm context, a "leader" usually has both management and leadership responsibilities. It is important to distinguish the roles and, especially at this moment in history, ensure that the leadership component is paramount. The transformative changes underway in the legal industry have produced a new paradigm for law firm business operations, and respected firm partners must lead the way. Frequently, these respected firm leaders and the recognized "rising stars" have received little, if any, leadership training or coaching and thus struggle with the roles they are assuming. Firm Transitions can help.
You Manage within a paradigm, but Lead between paradigms!
- Joel Barker
If you are personally looking for coaching on how to become a better leader within your firm or have attorneys and staff that have potential to be great leaders with some coaching, then contact Firm Transitions for a FREE Consultation!
Being a leader within a law firm takes a special set of skills and the ability to understand the issues that other attorneys are facing. Not just anyone can be a leader within their firm. Regardless of whether you are interested in leadership coaching for yourself or another potential leader within your firm, the team at Firm Transitions is ready to work with you either in-person or online. You can choose from a number of packages that include unlimited email support and the ability to pick up the phone or schedule an online meeting that will enable you to seek necessary guidance in a particular situation.
When it comes to building a strong culture within your firm, the values and standards come from the top and in fact must be modeled by those in leadership roles. Leaders within a firm must therefore to be on the same page and pushing a common agenda. Unfortunately, it is all too common for a law firm to have leaders who not only disagree with one another, but also send different messages to the attorneys and staff reporting to them. When you work with Firm Transitions a member of our team will conduct a series of activities and sessions designed to help your leaders learn more about each other and build trust within the leadership circle. Request your FREE consultation today to learn more about how Firm Transitions can help improve the leadership within your law firm.