Many lawyers who have been around a while can recall times early in their career when an angry, yelling partner would intimidate associates to work all hours and perform at a high level.
That style doesn’t work anymore, according to current partners and practice leaders. They say it doesn’t inspire loyalty, and it can make an already very mobile workforce more likely to move.
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