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Goals can be a motivating ideal for professionals and the teams they serve. How you and your firm interact with those goals can make a difference in the personal and professional growth ahead in 2022.
As the year winds down, I am trying to reflect back and actually remember what happened in 2021. Forget every day feeling like “Blursday” — this entire year went by in a flash, and I can barely differentiate between 2020 and 2021.
As employees gain the upper hand in the job market, watch out for these warning signs of departure. Here’s a tough but critically important question: Does your firm know when it’s at risk of losing its employees?
When Les Bookoff and Roland McAndrews established their patent counseling and prosecution firm in 2012, they made recruiting and retaining the industry’s top talent their primary focus. Nearly a decade later, the byproduct of that approach is a nationally recognized firm — both for the work they do and the diverse team of attorneys who do it.
Law firms of all sizes regularly rank technology training as a challenge for both lawyer and legal management personnel. What training element below is most impactful for successful tech adoption at your firm?
Law firms are in the business of service. In fact, serving client needs, while also finding more of those clients to serve, is the foundation of revenue growth, sustainability and profitability for firms of all sizes and practice areas. Yet, approaching the business side of law with that same service mindset can be seen as an unconventional view for law firms to take. Find out how GrowthPlay and The HX Collective are working to change that traditional mindset.
Preview The Successful Firm Project’s next Playbook Event with Tim Lynch, Managing Partner of Offit Kurman. Hear why having a growth mindset matters.
A growth mindset can be a powerful cultural advantage for personal and professional development. A solid start incorporates a firm’s strategy, progress measures, and the ability to perform the necessary operations required to move projects or people forward. When a team or individual better understands how their contributions impact the firm’s work, growth happens.
Offit Kurman began as an eight-attorney firm in 1987 based out of Baltimore, Maryland. In 2021, it’s expanded to 250 attorneys in 15 offices nationwide. Since developing and implementing a strategic plan in 2007, Offit Kurman has seen an average revenue increase of 14% per year and is now ranked on American Lawyer’s Am Law 200 list. The Successful Firm Project interviewed Offit Kurman’s Managing Partner, Timothy Lynch, to learn how the firm embraces a growth mindset.
Preview The Successful Firm Project’s next Playbook Event with Tim Lynch, Managing Partner of Offit Kurman. Hear how Offit Kurman adopted a growth mindset and has been implementing this plan since 2007.