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Research says that individuals only retain about 10% of what they are taught in-classroom training. In fact, it’s estimated that half of classroom learning is lost within the first 24 hours. While this type of instruction is still required as part of the professional development process, one-off classroom instruction is inadequate to build the knowledge and skills that lead to new behaviors. This is especially true when learning new subjects, such as lawyers who are learning new business development skills.
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By Catherine Alman MacDonagh and Frederick J. Esposito Jr.
This article explores the connection between process improvement, project management, and pricing. Clients want budget predictability, options in fee arrangements, and value. The firms that do this well, regardless of their size or location, will have the competitive advantage.
By Debra Baker
How well does your attorney coaching program stack up? Here are six pillars to self-assess whether your informal or formal business development coaching and training programs are working.
By Essie Martsinkovsky
When you’re negotiating, being able to reframe — to change your perspective and approach an issue through a new lens — is critical to getting your needs and wants met.
By Leslie Richards
If your firm is making substantive changes, a rebrand helps to communicate that internally and externally.