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10 SUCCESS FACTORS THAT DRIVE PROCESS EXCELLENCE

Process Excellence doesn’t happen by accident. The output of any system will tend to be informed by the quality of the foundations laid and the instructions followed. There is no recipe for success, but there is a formula for giving you the best chance. Peter Marshall is Chief Operating Officer…

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The Surprisingly Strong Connection Between Well-being and Turnover

In our 2017 National Survey of Employer-Sponsored Health Plans, we asked employers to rate the importance of strategies they will be using over the next five years to advance the triple aim of lower cost, higher quality, and a better member experience. This post on the importance of creating a…

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How to Ensure Successful Technology Onboarding

High-performing businesses combine people, process and technology to create unique and valuable products and services. With the rapid pace of innovation in today’s technology sphere — everything from basic email and messaging to collaboration tools and cloud-based applications to the very networks that provide access and deliver these key business tools — the…

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How to shift from managing performance to developing it

A performance system used in figure skating may not be the best way to evaluate employees in your workplace. Traditional formats of managing performance aren’t working anymore. Employers are moving away from traditional performance management tools, like annual reviews, to new techniques that emphasize real-time feedback. In the current workforce—where talent is…

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Anatomy of an Effective Legal Bill

One of the top struggles for solo and small firm lawyers is getting paid.You’ve performed the work for your client and you did a good job – getting paid for your time and effort seems like it would be a slam dunk. But unfortunately, that’s not always the case. The…

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How to Really Hold People Accountable

The topic of “accountability” anchors almost every leadership discussion I witness these days. While I hear the word accountability ad nauseum, what I see are leaders who lack the intestinal fortitude to follow through on the actions that create it. How to hold people accountable Here are the things you’re…

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HOW TO JUMPSTART CHANGE

When you ask someone, “How’s it going?” Most people say “okay, getting by, managing alright.” It seems as though for most of us, there is so much to juggle that we hardly have time to think about developing a career and life experience that would have us shouting out an…

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CLIENT EXPERIENCE (CX) PART 1 – IS IT DIFFERENT FROM CLIENT SERVICE?

Providing exceptional and consistent client service is critical to your firm’s success, but to be a real winner, you will have to deliver an exceptional client experience (CX).  With clients now in the driver’s seat and law firms aggressively competing to hold on to clients or take work away from…

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Web-Based Client Portals: The Benefits to Lawyers

In the first post in this series, attorney and MyCase Director Nicole Black introduced the concept of law practice management software platforms with built-in client portals. In part two, she outlines the many benefits that web-based client portals offer lawyers. Client portals are incredibly valuable tools for law firms because they allow lawyers to…

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Fun and easy team building ideas

Everyone has a preference or comfort zone when it comes to working as part of a team. Some people desire and thrive in collaborative settings, while others dread collective decision making and would prefer to work alone. However you feel about working as part of a team, the reality is…

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