Implicit amongst the ‘more-for-less’ client landscape is the ability for law firms to adapt and develop new ways of working. Whilst After Action Reviews (AARs) and ‘lessons learned’ are the bedrock of cultures of continuous improvement in high-stakes environments (and accounting firms), law firms have yet to unlock the power of a practice that captures profit, drives innovation and creates client value.
Facilitated by Paul Lemon of Performance Leader, this practical workshop will provide insight and inspiration on how to create the business case for change, plan your road map for success and navigate potential roadblocks that may arise.
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Director, Performance Leader
With 20 years’ experience in the legal sector, Paul spent a decade as a trusted advisor, connector and confidant to law firm leaders as CEO of London based Managing Partners' Forum. Paul now leads domestic and international growth of Performance Leader, a Melbourne based consulting and software firm that helps law firms create high performance, feedback cultures where partners and employees grow and succeed. Having launched the firm’s London office prior to departing the UK, and a Perth office on arrival in WA in 2016, Paul continues to view the legal landscape through multiple lenses and provide both local and global perspectives. He is particularly passionate about helping small and mid-sized firms evolve their approach to performance management processes by implementing smart, intuitive technology that simplifies formal reviews, enables ongoing feedback and captures powerful insights via matter debriefs.
Date & Time:
Tuesday, 24 March 2020 9:00am – 11:00am
Online, At Your Desk
2.0 Points Competency 1: Practice Management
Non – Member: $315
Young Lawyer CPD*: $166
CPD Freedom: $0
*Law Society Members less than 5 years practicing and/or under 35 years of age
Date & Time:
Tue, 24 March 2020 9.00am - 11.00am
At your desk, Delivered live online waGet Directions on Map
none Points Professional Management
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