The American Lawyer - Learning to Lead: How a Law Firm Learned to Train Its Leaders

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As a result, many firms are taking a serious look at leadership

development programs, although they often don't fully understand

what it takes to develop a truly effective one. Leadership is about

relationships, and lawyers are often dismissive of such "soft skills" as

self-awareness and empathy and of the importance of maintaining

effective relationships. These skeptics need to be convinced that a

leadership program will build hands-on skills that produce immediate

benefits: greater market share, better productivity, higher profits,

greater retention and more recruiting success.

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