A Succession Plan is Your
| Foundation | for Future Success
Few law firms and corporate legal departments focus on succession planning, but with a generational shift occurring in the legal workforce, you need to formalize a plan now that will help you maintain financial and operational success later.
A Generational Exodus
How is the new Millennial legal talent different from the more experienced Baby Boomer talent?
Protégé or Internal Rival
Is a lack of mentoring and sharing information causing discord between veterans and less seasoned professionals?
Importance of Bench Strength
Are your associates poised to take on new responsibilities and be future leaders when your current leaders exit?
How will our white paper benefit legal organizations and professionals?It provides you seven tips for succeeding at succession, including how to:
Optimize your plan based on forward-thinking scenarios.
Establish robust selection criteria for future leaders.
Protect soft assets, namely, your most talented people.
Transfer key knowledge and relationships.
Luckily, our firm hasn’t experienced significant turnover at the top. Having said that, our leaders are now much closer to retirement, and although we have talented young associates on our staff, we haven’t prioritized succession planning until now. And we’re much more confident about our future because of it."Special Counsel Client