Pamela Woldow – Legal Leadership

How Lawyers Can “Get a GRIP” on Collaboration

This post is targeted to Leaders – to all you Practice Group Leaders, Project Leaders, Team Leaders, and even Firm Leaders – whose role is to get assorted performers to pull together effectively in harness. But you followers…more
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What Lawyers Can Learn from Google About Collaboration

Problem: These days productive lawyering, successful onboarding of lateral hires, and effective Legal Project Management (LPM) place a huge premium on effective collaboration, and a recent Harvard Business Review study found…more
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Feminenglish Part V: Remedies for Lousy Communication

In recent posts, we have been discussing the wasteful and demoralizing patterns of “asymmetrical communication” between male and female lawyers, particularly as it impacts team collaboration and effectiveness, as well as good…more
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Feminenglish Part IV: Pointing the Finger

We’re no sociologists, but it’s not hard to divine the root cause of asymmetrical communication between male and female lawyers: the perks, pleasures and pursuit of power. Power both creates and reinforces inequality – that’s…more
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Feminenglish Part III: Causes and Consequences

Our current series of posts about Feminenglish, that peculiar deferential language female lawyers and business women have learned to speak in meetings with men, and last year’s related series about how men tend to grab the mike…more
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High Power, Low Volume: The Dynamics of Feminenglish, Part II

Typical of the way catchy neologisms leap into common currency, there’s a hot new compliment making the rounds these days: “So-and-so speaks truth to power.” The connotations of this high-powered compliment are rich indeed,…more
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Battling Law’s Second Language

Americans are derided in foreign cultures because so few of us speak a “foreign” language. We simply figure that in light of America’s overwhelming economic, political and cultural power, we are entitled to demand that everyone…more
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Legal Project Management Decision Tree

How to tell if your clients need you to use Legal Project Management?…more
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Wishin’ and Hopin’ … and Sittin’ on Your Hands

What if you invented a better mousetrap, but the world didn’t beat a path to your door? What if you developed a promising new medicine for a troubling condition, but when the doctor prescribed it, the patient refused to take it,…more
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Strategic Pricing: Creating Conditions to Succeed

The difference between pricing legal work the way law firms have always done it and strategic pricing is simple: The former looks at the price tag from the law firm’s point of view, focusing on revenue and profitability. The…more
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Five Critical Questions Every Client Should Ask Law Firms About Budgets

Although dramatic changes in law’s economic landscape have conferred far greater bargaining leverage and purchasing power on clients, in budget discussions with outside law firms, many in-house counsel just aren’t asking the…more
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Manterruption IV: Reader Responses & Connecting the Dots

In several recent At the Intersection posts, we commented on some important social research discussing men’s pervasive tendency to interrupt women in group meetings or settings where the power stakes were high (“manterruption”)…more
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ValoremNext: A Better Mousetrap…And Beyond

Two lawyers well known for their innovation, and perhaps for their iconoclasm, are going beyond trying to invent a better mousetrap. Today they trotted out the design for a new mouse…more
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Manterruption, Part II: The Quest for a Cure

Don't InterruptIn our last post we discussed the widespread tendency of men to interrupt women in settings where the power stakes were high (manterruption) and their tendency to appropriate women’s comments and ideas as their…more
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FLASH UPDATE: No Seat at the Table

Only a few days ago we posted a blog post, Are You a Manterrupter?, in which we discussed how unconscious gender biases of men may compromise leadership communication and result in female colleagues being marginalized, shut out,…more
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