1 HR Webcast
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.
services markets everywhere have been experiencing dramatic changes over the
past few years - with more likely to come. The world has changed and law firms
everywhere need to be prepared and ready to adapt and manage these changes if
they are to survive and successfully compete in the future.
firms which do not reshape their businesses to maintain high performance but
instead continue to try to sell services which clients no longer require,
continue to maintain high cost methods of operation and fail to drive out
inefficiencies, risk being weeded out. However, those law firms which challenge
every aspect of their previous thinking and transform their businesses to
achieve more competitive models are the ones likely to succeed.
webcast has been specifically designed to help anyone who is involved with the
running and development of a law firm to recognise the need to change and to
gain consensus amongst its people that change is necessary. The webcast focuses
on the critical factors contributing to developing business transformation
plans necessary for firms to build their competitive advantage.
What You Will Learn
This webcast will cover
- How to reposition a law firm in its
market and re-engineer the way it works, to provide clients with the
'value for money' services they now demand
- Understand how to ensure a firm knows
which services its clients will require in the future and how those
services will need to be delivered
- Become aware of the factors which contribute
most to client satisfaction and why clients will choose one firm instead
- How to approach the fundamental issue in
a 'people business' of whether a firm has the right people on board to
help it achieve its goals, and
- How to approach realigning the way
people work, the firm is structured and how technology is used