MPF e-Newsletter, July 2011


Welcome to our July issue.

So far, it's been a busy summer at The Managing Partner Forum. We're presenting the The First 100 Days: Master Class for the New Managing Partner on July 21st and we've been working behind the scenes to launch an MPF LinkedIn Group.

We've also appointed three new members to serve on the Forum Advisory Board, and we're planning a national MPF Fall Leadership Conference in October. Stay tuned for details.

In this month's newsletter, we feature a brand new book - Serving at the Pleasure of My Partners: Advice for the New Firm Leader - co-authored by two MPF faculty members, as well as a few new articles.

This month's MPF Flash Survey reveals that firm leaders are not exactly "gung ho" when asked to forecast their firm's performances in today's sluggish economy.

As always, we encourage you to forward this newsletter to others atyour firm.

John Remsen, Jr.President and CEO

In This Newsletter:

- New Advisory Board Members: MPF Appoints Three New AB Members in Northeastern US

- Save the Date: Web Seminar: LinkedIn 101 for Managing Partners

- New Book: Serving at the Pleasure of My Partners

- Featured Articles: Three Articles Every Firm Leader Should Read

- MPF Flash Survey: Firm Leaders Nervous about 2011

Please see full newsletter below for more information.

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