Achieving law firm success can sometimes feel like an elusive dream. It's easy to get lost in the numbers and KPIs. Here's the thing, those are important metrics, but you may be overlooking some of the most crucial pillars of your firm — your people.
People aren't numbers. You might hire incredible employees, but what are you doing to make them stay and grow?
In this episode, Craig Goldenfarb is back to talk about workplace culture. He shares the four pillars of good workplace culture and how any law firm, big or small, can start to change. He shares insights and ideas on company events, programs, and even incentives. Get inspired by the workplace culture Craig has created and recreate it for your law firm.
Remember, if your workplace is a place people want to work in, employees are naturally more productive and creative.
If you struggle with high turnover rates, a lack of innovation and initiative, and unengaged employees. In that case, it may be time...
Weaknesses can be your strengths if you know how to use them. Problems like ADHD can make executing the right decisions to grow a business a significant challenge. However, with the right mentality and awareness, it can be an asset — albeit one difficult to harness.
In this episode of Profit with Law, we interview Dustyn Coontz, the owner and founder of Coontz Law — a criminal defense firm based in Lansing, Michigan. After being diagnosed with ADHD late in his life, he will share how he used this apparent weakness as a catalyst for catapulting his firm to success. We’ll also discuss the ins and outs of when and who to hire to grow a business successfully!
If you feel intrigued about how you can turn your weaknesses into a competitive edge and grow your firm, then this episode is for you.
Law is and always will be about service — service to the clients and even our colleagues in the workplace. However, diversity and inclusion remain a struggle, especially within the law profession.
In this episode, Noemi Puntier joins us to discuss her practice and how she strives to break diversity and inclusion barriers in her firm. She builds on her experiences as a struggling immigrant social worker to a lawyer who strives to bring positive change to the law profession. Listen as Noemi also shares about finding the balance between her passion for serving the underserved and earning money as a lawyer.
If you're struggling with incorporating diversity and inclusion in your law firm, this episode is for you!
Choosing the right people for the job is a difficult — yet necessary — task, most especially in a law firm. Human capital is one of the most important growth factors for a business. Oftentimes, employees are hired for their education and training but rarely do companies get to assess an individual’s personality, which can say a lot about how they communicate with colleagues and potential clients. We cannot just hire attorneys for their skills; we need employees that are good for our firm’s culture.
In this episode, Andrew Wilcox joins us to talk about his experience in growing a legal search and consulting firm. He discusses the importance of quality staffing, along with the challenges law firms face when it comes to employee retention. He also highlights the need for a skilled leader to keep teams intact.
If you want to know more about selecting the right people for your firm, then this episode is for you.