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Emotional Intelligence and the In-House Lawyer

Posted in Career

I recently attended a workshop at my son’s preschool where we learned some of the principles of Conscious Discipline®. This multifaceted approach to managing conflicts is followed in numerous schools and by many parents, and I won’t attempt to do it justice by summarizing it here. But there were three key takeaways I gleaned from… Continue Reading

A Value-based Client-firm Relationship: Part XI

Posted in Value & Innovation

 The grocery-strategy connection  Week 11. Each week, via the In-house ACCess blog, follow the promise and pitfalls of forming a new value-based client-firm relationship. ACC Value Challenge steering committee member Ken Grady, General Counsel and Secretary of Wolverine World Wide, offered to profile his selection and start-up process of launching a trademark portfolio management engagement… Continue Reading

A Value-based Client-firm Relationship: Part X

Posted in Value & Innovation

The power of project management Week 10. Each week via the In-house ACCess blog, follow the promise and pitfalls of forming a new value-based client-firm relationship. ACC Value Challenge steering committee member Ken Grady, General Counsel and Secretary of Wolverine World Wide, offered to profile his selection and start-up process of launching a trademark portfolio… Continue Reading

A Value-based Client-firm Relationship: Part VIII

Posted in Value & Innovation

Balancing strategic roles and tactical delivery Week 8. Each week via the In-House ACCess blog, follow the promise and pitfalls of forming a new value-based client-firm relationship. ACC Value Challenge steering committee member Ken Grady, General Counsel and Secretary of Wolverine World Wide, offered to profile his selection and start-up process of launching a trademark… Continue Reading

The ACC Value Challenge —Technologists, Yes, this Means You, Too

Posted in Value & Innovation

“Your problem is to bridge the gap which exists between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach.” ~ Earl Nightingale  Accountability, efficiency and value — three words that are reverberating throughout the legal services industry these days.  In-house counsel are being held accountable by their companies to contain costs and predict… Continue Reading