This power-packed webinar details the best practices for creating a process that manages partner performance in a way that supports partner development, yet addresses performance issues openly for the good of the firm.
- What to do when under-performing partners are identified
- How to clarify partner objectives and establish accountability
- Steps to create a fair, focused and balanced performance management system for partners
- How to measure partner performance effectively
- Keys to implementing a specific plan and timetable for managing underperformers
During this comprehensive session, you’ll also learn:
- Proven methods for dealing with underperforming partners (coaching, career transitioning, etc.)
- Practical solutions to handling of partners that behave badly
- When bad behavior becomes misconduct and what to do about it
- What you can’t do or say when dealing with underperformers
- What to document during the improvement process
- Steps to ensure you keep communication avenues open throughout the process
Product ID: 3066
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Jessa M. Baker
Senior Consultant, LawVision Group LLC
Jessa Baker is a member of the LawVision Group strategy practice where she advises law firms on strategy development, mergers, management and governance, talent structure design, associate and partner compensation systems, partnership issues and financial matters. She also collaborates with law firms on client service strategies, business development, client retention and process improvement initiatives.
Sharon Meit Abrahams
National Director of Professional Development, Foley & Lardner LLP
Dr. Sharon Meit Abrahams is a legal talent development expert helping lawyers improve their productivity and profitability. She currently serves as the National Director of Professional Development for the international law firm, Foley & Lardner LLP. Dr. Abrahams has over twenty years of experience in the training and education field specializing in client relations, marketing, communication, management and leadership development training.
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