Implementing Change in a Law Firm - Gain Your Competitive Edge

1 HR Webcast

Speaker: Peter Scott

 Peter was the Managing Partner of Eversheds London and European offices for 8 years. He now acts as an advisor, trainer and coach to many law firms and other professional firms in the UK and abroad in relation to their financial, strategic, people, and risk compliance management issues. Peter is also Editor of Practice Management Handbook(Law Society Publishing) now in its 2nd edition and a member of the Editorial board ofLegal Compliance Bulletin published by the Law Society. He is a frequent speaker at conferences for lawyers and other professionals.


 In order to succeed in gaining competitive advantage, plans to change the way in which law firms operate and are structured need to be implemented. 'Making it happen' can for many law firms be the most difficult task of all.

This webcast on implementation has been specifically designed to help anyone who is involved with the running and development of a law firm to gain consensus amongst its people that change is necessary so that restructuring plans can be effectively implemented. The webcast focuses on some of the critical techniques required for implementing business transformation necessary if firms are to build their competitive advantage.

What You Will Learn

 This webcast will cover the following:

  • Ensuring you have the necessary skills for the task and that you really 'know your partners'
  • How to gain consensus that change is necessary, including how to effectively use partner away-days
  • Taming your 'big gorillas' by developing partner accountability and using compliance and sanctions as tools
  • Using the power of the team including task forces
  • Understanding the incremental approach to implementing change and how to use it
  • Bedding in change to achieve intended benefits

Please contact us to watch this webcast for just AUD$99 for unlimited views within your firm (standard price AUD$385) or bundle five seminars for AUD$399.
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