If you look at the current headlines and articles regarding how the legal profession is being disrupted and what law firms need to do to remain on the forefront, most inevitably discuss and point to how technology, and in particular artificial intelligence, is ‘revolutionising’ and unsettling the legal profession, forever changing how legal services will be and are being consumed.
You’ve started the New Year with new (or recycled!) resolutions and ambitions – whether that be to start your own law firm, achieve that elusive ‘work life balance’, attain partnership or nail that pitch and attract more clients. You’re feeling motivated and confident that this year you will achieve your goals.
“You don’t have to make yourself miserable to be successful…” ― Andrew Wilkinson, founder of MetaLab “Don’t confuse having a career with having a life.” ― Hillary Clinton Have you started the year charging ahead, not taking time to reflect and think back on 2018 and what you want for 2019?
On a scale of 1 to 10, how healthy is your organisation? When last did you take a ‘sense-check’ of the mental health of your firm’s ‘competitive advantage’, namely your lawyers? With headlines such as these screaming out, how can you afford not too?