This essential webinar explores effective tactics for communicating compensation and key steps to managing expectations in good years and bad.
- Five most common mistakes in setting partner compensation
- Partner Compensation Interviews:
- Why are they critical successes in some firms, and a waste of time in others?
- When is the right time to conduct a partner compensation interview? Before or after setting compensation?
- What gets discussed during a great partner compensation interview?
- Why do some leaders fail in terms of communication about compensation, and how do you hold management conversations that are truly helpful and constructive?
- Prospective vs. retrospective compensation systems:
- Pros and cons of each system
- Can your partner compensation system turn everyone into a rainmaker?
- Best and worst practices in implementing bonus systems for partners
Product ID: 21397
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Blane R. Prescott
Blane Prescott is a principle and consultant with MesaFive, LLC (www.MesaFive.com), a management consulting firm that specializes in serving law firms and in-house legal departments.
Chief Operating Officer, Briggs and Morgan, P.A.
Ann Rainhart is the Chief Operating Officer at Briggs and Morgan and is a member of the firm’s Management Committee. She works closely with firm leadership on strategy and operations and oversees the firm’s administrative departments. Prior to joining Briggs, Ann was a key member of the Faegre Baker Daniels operations team. In her role as Chief Talent Officer, Ann worked with the firm’s management board and executive committee around strategies for retention, development and feedback for the firm’s 750+ lawyers, consultants and professionals, and collaborated with other administrative department leaders in key areas of business operations.
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- Program Level : Intermediate
- Prerequisites : This course is for participants with some exposure to the subject.
- Advanced Preparation : None
- Delivery : Group Live