Making the transition
With the slump in the global economy making the task of managing a team increasingly difficult, law firms are finding they can no longer get away with not providing formal training for their staff, says Mary-Louise Angoujard
Lawyers are trained to a very high standard in the intricacies of the law. Many have a focus on clients and a focus on service that sets them apart. However, in many firms, very little time and few resources are dedicated to developing business and people skills.
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