Hearts and minds: law firms must engage their staff to avoid fragmented cultures
We're living in uncertain times, and the legal industry is facing complex challenges. Clients are becoming more demanding, and competition to win and retain them has intensified. Mergers and acquisitions, globalisation and the rise of the virtual law firm can lead to fragmented cultures. Alongside this, you have the frustration of junior lawyers and associates facing a longer wait for partnership, and evidence that many firms are shrinking the relative size of their equity partnerships.
In times of huge uncertainty, senior partners must become better leaders to inspire and motivate employees
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