By Lisa C. Henry & Francis J. Rondoni Chestnut Cambronne PA Minneapolis, Minnesota1 2 With the recent trend to sue anyone and everyone, practitioners should be aware of potential liability for their client’s acts. Along with claims for malpractice, courts are coming around to considering a legal practitioner being liable for his or her role in … Continue reading What Do You Mean I Cannot Take that Money? Duties, Responsibilities, and Ethics for Fiduciaries and the Attorneys Who Advise Them
How to Deal with Constantly Feeling Overwhelmed By Rebecca Zucker Five strategies can help. EDUCATION Why Skills Training Can’t Replace Higher Education By George D. Kuh It’s a disservice to students and civil society. HEALTH Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health By Kelly Greenwood, Vivek Bapat, Mike Maughan Nearly 60% of employees have never discussed their mental health … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.10.14: Overcoming Being Overwhelmed; Build Your Team’s Critical Thinking Skills; How Engaged Is Your Team, Really?; Prepare for Automation
Wealth Counsel has published an article on things to consider, when looking at adding a new practice area to your law firm. Their article begins as follows: There are many reasons why an attorney should think about adding additional practice areas to their law firm offerings—it helps improve your client experience, having multiple streams of … Continue reading Wealth Counsel: Adding A New Practice Area To Your Law Firm
Heather M. Field, UC-Hastings, has made available for download her article, An Introduction to Tax Careers for J.D.s, published in the ABA Tax Times, Vol. 38, No. 3, p. 30 (Spring 2019). The Abstract is as follows: To many people, the tax field seems like a very narrow niche. The tax profession does require specialized … Continue reading Field: An Introduction To Tax Careers for JDs (ABA Tax Times, Spring 2019).
“A Practical Plan for When You Feel Overwhelmed,” by Peter BregmanStart by writing things down on a piece of paper. Really. “How to Allocate Your Time, and Effort,” by Elizabeth Grace SaundersAiming for universal perfection is a great way to be mediocre at everything. “Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time,” by Tony Schwartz and Catherine … Continue reading HBR Insider: Getting Things Done When You Have No Time
HOW TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR STRATEGIC THINKING SKILLS BY NINA A. BOWMAN DON’T BE SHY ABOUT BRINGING YOUR IDEAS TO THE TABLE. LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE The Top 20 Business Transformations of the Last Decade By Scott D. Anthony, Alasdair Trotter, Evan I. Schwartz Netflix, Adobe, and Amazon top the list. EDUCATION Are You Developing Skills That Won’t Be Automated? By Stephen M. … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.09.30: Are you developing skills that won’t be automated?; How being a working parent changes as children grow up?; How to demonstrate your strategic thinking skills; and more
To Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking, Stop Thinking About Yourself By Sarah Gershman Tips for before and during your presentation. PRESENTATIONS What to Do When You’re Losing Your Audience During a Presentation By Dorie Clark Four tips for when the phones come out. RECEIVING FEEDBACK Why Asking for Advice Is More Effective Than Asking for Feedback By Jaewon Yoon, Hayley … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.09.23: HBR Presentation Tips; Setting Email Boundaries; Bringing Your Whole Identity to Work; Hiring for Cultural Fit