Do You Need To Initiate Change In Your Law Firm?

Whether you are a Chief Executive, Head of Department or An individual fee earner you will reach a point where change is necessary. You may want to encourage others in your Law Firm to see the potential that isn’t being realised. Or you would like to improve the performance of either a team or an individual.  If you work for yourself you may have identified aspects of your performance that needs improving.

Helping Law Firms To Embrace Change And To Grow PEP

We have an extensive knowledge of working with solicitors and other professional firms with up to 250 employees. Our vast experience of working with law firms has enabled us to identify the elements that need to be changed in order for improvements to happen. We will look at ways in which you can motivate staff that have reached a plateau, help others to step out of their comfort zone and encourage Heads of Department to take on a managerial role.

Helping Heads Of Department motivate Teams And Individuals

Often heads of department find the transition between lawyering and managing people difficult because they are stepping out of their comfort zone.  We will help you to motivate staff, embrace difficult conversations and recognise when you are retreating to your comfort zone.  Once you become confident managing staff members you will be amazed at how quickly positive changes can be made.

Helping Individual Fee Earners Who Want To Improve Their performance

Often fee earners are very clear that their ultimate goal is to earn more money but are often unsure how to achieve it.  We will help you to adapt to changes in your law firm, increase chargeable hours and reduce the number of unproductive hours you spend at work.  You will be given the skills to help you gain new clients and make sure that you get paid on time.

If you work in a law firm, would like to motivate staff and increase PEP please feel welcome to contact us and we will discuss how we can help you change for the better.

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