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Working Smart: Lessons for lawyers from IT consultants

10 things I wish I’d known before becoming an IT consultant | TechRepublic Thanks to TechRepublic for showing once again that a lesson IT for one is a lesson for all. Lawyers are not unique in their need to pay attention to … Continue reading

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Working Smart: “No answer” not enough

  Clients solve their easy problems and pay their lawyers to solve tough ones. With life, liberty and/or property on the line, telling a client that there is no answer to her problem is not an option. She certainly won’t pay … Continue reading

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4 tips for managing older and more experienced workers

From LinkedIn Q&A:  How do you lead and manage people older and more experienced than you?   Treat every single colleague with respect.  Never, ever, roll your eyes when someone makes a cultural reference to something that happened before you were … Continue reading

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The Five Stages of Relationships with Support Staff

The Five Stages of Relationships with Support Staff will make or break your career. Lucky professionals work with talented staff who generously share their technical skills and institutional memories. Rudeness and lack of respect for staff can spell DOOM. Stage … Continue reading

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