Chris Marston explains how learning from others can boost leadership performance

Are your sights on the fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive? Or perhaps on how Brexit will pan out for the economy?

While these may be a headache, and their impact should not be underestimated, a strategic approach based on ongoing improvement – at individual, team and whole-firm level – is a priority in today’s competitive and changing legal market.

To achieve that, we can learn much from looking at the experience and knowledge developed elsewhere, as there are many lessons that the legal profession can learn from the corporate world.

Over the past year we’ve been exploring future-focused performance improvement techniques on behalf of the 70 independent member firms that make up the LawNet net...

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