During this power-packed session, our expert faculty will examine the most current factors affecting millennial associate attrition and how to quell the exodus, including:
- Specific non-monetary rewards that are certain to improve job satisfaction
- Why tiered compensation works for millennials, and how to structure it properly
- Details on the types of alternative compensation models firms are using and how these alternatives compensate millennial associates
- Beyond compensation increases, how to use workplace flexibility and technology to retain millennial associates
- Types of goals and initiatives to set forth for millennial lawyers, and how to reward achievements
Plus, you will learn:
- Surprising attitudes millennial lawyers have about total compensation
- Who millennial lawyers are, and how they differ from other generations in terms of pay
- Common misconceptions and truths about millennials lawyers
- Mentoring, evaluations, and feedback tips that emphasize professionalism and increase associate self sufficiency
Product ID: 12413
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Executive Director, Briggs and Morgan, P.A.
Ann Rainhart is the Executive Director 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. She played a significant role in the combination of Faegre & Benson LLP and Baker & Daniels LLP – a merger that created the largest law firm in Minnesota and one of the largest law firms in the nation. 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.
Phyllis Weiss Haserot
President, Practice Development Counsel
Phyllis Weiss Haserot, passionately champions cross-generational conversation and strongly identifies with three generations in the workplace today. She brings an unusual combination of marketing, conflict resolution, and organizational effectiveness expertise to help organizations solve sensitive inter-generational challenges that can hinder productivity, client attraction and retention, succession planning and knowledge transfer.
Phyllis is the President of Practice Development Counsel, a business development and organizational effectiveness consulting and coaching firm she founded over 20 years ago. A trailblazer in legal marketing, she is the author of two major books on marketing/business development for law firms, The Rainmaking Machine and The Marketer’s Handbook of Tips & Checklists.