Legal management professionals are faced with leadership challenges every day. You manage up and down the reporting line — managing partners and executive committees on the up, staff on the down — in an industry that is being reshaped by economic pressures and technology. Though it is sometimes a difficult position to be in, it also means that you — and those around you — benefit when you improve your leadership skills. Research shows that skills most valuable in today's leaders include self-awareness, adaptability and collaboration.
- Explain levels of leadership, management and ways you can work with others most effectively.
- Recognize Goleman's leadership styles and emotional intelligence elements.
- Apply knowledge of self to improve relationships and business outcomes in the law firm you manage
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Successful completion of this course provides 0.5 hour of credit for the CLM. Credit hours must be reported in 60 minute chunks or more. You must combine this 0.5 hour of credit with another LFME course to report it.
.5 Hours CLM Recertification credit in Communication and Organizational Management