Canadian Lawyer videos
In this month’s Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman tackles the complicated issue of putting the breaks on reacting and, at times, overreacting inappropriately to outcomes that mostly don't pertain to you.
Pinstripe and Canadian Lawyer are delighted to have reached a major milestone in our fifth year of partnership: episode 50 of Making Rain! We are pleased to continue to work together to provide Canadian lawyers with monthly tips on enriching your practices and championing your business development efforts. To commemorate the big 50, this month’s episode is dedicated to the golden rules for your success.
Canadian Lawyer editor Gail J. Cohen was on the scene of the cover shoot for the May issue featuring Osgoode Hall law professor Alan Young, who fought a decades long battle to update Canada's prostitution laws. One of his clients Terri-Jean Bedford joined us for the session. Take a peek at how the fantastic photgraphy of Liam Sharp became this month's cover art.
In this month’s episode, executive coach Debra Forman encourages you to supersize all of your business development and practice management efforts by taking your current efforts to new levels.
In this month’s episode of Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman challenges you to focus your energies on specific efforts, balance expectations, follow through with appropriate execution, and earn your clients’ trust.
In her first column of 2014, executive coach Debra Forman year provides you with an opportunity to commit to taking your personal success to even higher levels by pledging to uphold new business development and practice management resolutions and strategies during the upcoming year.
In the last episode of 2013, executive coach Debra Forman takes stock of the year’s accomplishments, milestones, and all of those opportunities for better business development and practice management practices.
In this month's Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman discusses how to flex your 'directive' muscle in your dealings with colleagues, clients, and your personal goals.
In the October episode of Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman considers the board game Snakes and Ladders as an analogy for viewing your key stakeholders’ trust in you and your subsequent advancement and development.
In this month's Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman discusses how to gauge your success. If you are similar to many lawyers, you gauge it by money, but you have many more attributes that hold value and can play pivotal roles in your success.