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Last month's episode discussed the importance of listening and hearing. As it takes two to communicate, this month, executive coach Debra Forman looks at the speaker's side of the interaction: getting your message out clearly so the listener will focus and act on your words.

In the final of four videos from Canadian Lawyer's roundtable series law firm management, moderated by editorial director Gail J. Cohen and sponsored by the Phoenix Legal Group, our panel of lawyer and non-lawyer management gurus examine the growing articling crisis. This hot topic is on the minds of many law students and continues to be a vexing issue for the profession.

In this third of four videos from Canadian Lawyer’s law firm management roundtable, moderated by editorial director Gail J. Cohen and sponsored by the Phoenix Legal Group, our panel of experts discuss the issues of globalization and outsourcing legal services. They look at the use of legal process outsourcing  and expanding it from e-discovery and document review into other areas.

In the second of four videos from Canadian Lawyer's Law Practice Management Roundtable, moderated by editorial director Gail J. Cohen and sponsored by the Phoenix Legal Group, the participants look at recruitment issues, with the discussion focusing on how firm culture comes into play and why people choose to stay or leave.

In the first of four videos from Canadian Lawyer's Law Practice Management Roundtable, moderated by editorial director Gail J. Cohen and Sponsored by the Phoenix Legal Group, the participants discuss changes taking place in their firms and how they are adjusting and responding to the current shifting economy.

In the August episode of Making Rain, executive coach Debra Forman asks: "When you listen, do you really hear what is being said?" If not, you may be missing out on some valuable opportunities.
Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin addresses the Canadian Bar Association's council meeting in Vancouver, Aug. 11, 2012
In this month’s business development and practice management coaching column, executive coach Debra Forman helps you shift your "default" tendencies and expectations when it comes to taking next steps with your business development goals and practice management efforts.
In this month’s business development and practice management coaching column, executive coach Debra Forman discusses how to direct your "not good enough" results to communicate effectively by shifting your focus off yourself and focusing it onto your clients.
In this month’s business development and practice management coaching column, executive coach Debra Forman discusses the importance of closing the circle on your networking efforts so you don't leave money on the table.
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