Training and Education: Teach yourself
Learning and development in law firms is now very fast-moving; certainly no longer ambling along in second gear. Training and development (T&D) within the industry is noticeably stepping up the pace. Law firms are realising that T&D can be pivotal in raising overall performance, especially if individuals are given more scope to develop according to their own needs. Firms are therefore increasingly empowering individuals to self-manage their own continuing professional development (CPD). The trend is moving away from the law firm as the overall provider of skills and knowledge, and more towards enhancing individuals' own learning and development.
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