The Seven Habits of Successful Practice Groups Presentation Outline


It’s been several years now since the trend toward Practice Group Management took hold in the law firm industry. Observations of the most successful practice groups have resulted in the identification of seven habits which are indicative of, and correlate with, successful and growing practices. This presentation covers specific tools, techniques and processes including worksheets and a guide which enable participants to apply the lessons to both the practice group and each subspecialty within the group.

The Seven Habits of Successful Practice Groups is a powerful way to engage and align practice group members in contributing to the success of the practice group. The interactive presentation enables group consensus and understanding of the challenges in managing a practice group within the constraints of the larger firm and the competitive landscape of the marketplace.

Group members will emerge from the session having adopted a common understanding of the practice group management process, a common language and set of tools in which to manage opportunities and issues into the future and will gain a common and realistic expectation for what the practice group can and will be able to accomplish.

Practice group leaders who go through the presentation also get unlimited telephone and e-mail consultations with GDC through their practice group planning period to answer questions and provide further guidance in the process.

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