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delegation’s what you need

Posted by | Filed under management, training | Jul 26, 2010 | Tags: , , | No Comments

For me, delegation is one of most important skills you need to be a really good manager. If you do it well, it will save you time and seriously help your stress levels, not to mention the fact that it’s such a massive motivator for people who work for you. But all too often managers […]

to scan or not to scan

The paperless office concept is up and running in many law firms; but is it right for your practice? Whatever the size of your firm, reducing the amount of paper consumption at any level will have a positive impact; on back office costs, and the speed of transactions. We have worked with a number of […]

timesheet gazumping

Posted by | Filed under ABSs, lawyers, legal, linkedin, management | Jul 7, 2010 | Tags: , , , , | No Comments

I read a great comment in a Linkedin discussion recently, lamenting the lack of time most lawyers have to devote to marketing activities, but most memorable for its last phrase, “Timesheet Gazumping” What a neat way to summarise the challenges faced by most lawyers, who come into the office every day with great intentions to […]

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