3 Dangers of Dysfunctional Practice Groups


Characteristics that will Wreak Havoc on Your Reputation and Resources

Take a good long look at your practice group in your firm. What kind of reputation does it have? How friendly are you toward other members in the group? How is work delegated?

You could be bringing yourself down - and the firm - with a DYSFUNCTIONAL PRACTICE GROUP.

Negative groups breed gossip, bad reputations, and wasted resources. Not only that, they reflect poorly on the firm!

If you're questioning the influence of your own practice group, here are some characteristics to watch out for.

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