As your business grows, there are more and more moving parts. As a business owner, you may feel you need to ensure everything runs smoothly while also looking for more clients. However, this can also lead you to a path where you want to do anything and everything. But remember: the question you should ask is who, not how. You need to build a business team.
We’re here to help you cut through the noise. In our episode today, our guest emphasizes that all law firms need to just focus on two things — networking and people.
Margaret Burke joins us to talk about the value of marketing through networking and how your team can help you grow your law firm. She shares ways to build your team culture but also capacity. Here's something impactful: focus on skills instead of job titles.
If you are struggling with growing your law firm and wondering what’s next, then this episode is for you.
It’s often said that teamwork makes the dream work. But what happens if your team members don’t feel safe voicing their ideas and speaking up about their concerns?
Achieving success in business isn’t just about assigning tasks and deadlines—it’s also about creating an environment where everyone can feel comfortable expressing themselves. In other words, psychological safety is key. But how do you create a workplace culture where employees are empowered to share opinions without fear of retribution or criticism?
In this episode, Stephan Wiedner joins us to talk about how to build psychological safety. He shares practical tips on how to foster psychological safety within organizations so that your employees can make their best contributions to your company’s success!
If you are struggling to get your employees to speak up but are unsure on how to go about building psychological safety, then this episode is for you.
When growing a business, it’s crucial to know where to invest. While most companies allocate their resources to marketing, technology, and social media, there is one critical component that some firms neglect to invest in — their employees. What these companies fail to realize is that investing in their employees contributes significantly to the organization's success. If business owners fail to value their employees, their company may not progress.
In this episode, Chelsie Lamie joins us to share her humble beginnings and explains why she moved from America to Mexico. She also discusses the importance of investing in people and imparts the best practices she employs to keep her staff motivated. Finally, she explains why leadership is not similar to micromanagement and why empowering people you work with is key to a successful law firm.
If you’re an entrepreneur looking for ways to motivate your employees, this episode is for you!
Despite the significant growth of the industry, many lawyers couldn’t hire the best employees for their teams. Finding the right employees to match your law firm's vision can be a lengthy and frustrating process. How and who you hire are instrumental to the future of your company. To set your law firm for success, you need to hire the right employees with the potential to elevate and turn your company’s vision into reality.
In this episode, our guest Julie Bartkus shares the importance of emotional connection in hiring employees to get the best talent for your law firm. She discusses techniques for creating advertisements that will attract the people you need for your company. We also discuss how you can retain and motivate your employees to meet and surpass expectations and cultivate a positive workplace.
If you want to know how to hire the right additions to your team and motivate them to pursue success, this episode is for you.
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Making mistakes is a crucial part of growth. Sometimes, we don’t learn until we start taking action and slipping up. Some people might see mistakes as failure and never try. Don't let that fear of mistakes stop you — you never know how something ends until you try. And even if you fail, so what? Learn from that loss, and try again. Don't focus on the fact that you fell — instead, pick yourself up and take action to do better.
In this episode, Victor Shine joins us to discuss how he helped find a missing child in Brooklyn and what we can learn from that experience. Victor also draws on his experience and background in business to share his insights and practical advice on taking action to become a better entrepreneur and person.
If you want to hear about Victor Shine story and learn why you should start taking action, then this episode is for you.
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Seeing the legal industry as a business can be pretty daunting. You're not taught business in law school, much less practice task management for teams. You may realize that you don't particularly enjoy doing the entrepreneurial parts of growing your firm, and it's okay to admit that. Fortunately, there are people who can help you.
Your time is valuable; spend it doing what you do best and what you love. Set up systems and models that will help streamline your business. Along the way, you'll also need the discipline and commitment to grow.
In this episode, David Zumpano joins us to share the importance of systems and processes as you deliver your services. We discuss the mindset that you need as you show people what you can offer. Dave also highlights the importance of community and strength-based task management for teams.
If you’re looking for tips on growing and running your law firm successfully, then this episode is for you.
How do you treat your team? Do you give them instructions for every single step of their day, or do you push them to take the initiative and plan their tasks for themselves? The best way to develop a team can be similar to raising a child. It's better to let them learn from their mistakes than to make things easy for them all the time.
In this episode, Elise Buie joins us to discuss how you can develop a team and let your children thrive and grow. When helping them gain ownership over their role and responsibilities, you can allow them to delegate their tasks to others. You have your strengths and weaknesses, so you hire people to complement your expertise. Your employees can benefit from this, too.
If you want to know more about work-life balance and raising your team, then this episode is for you.