Webinar: Smart Collaboration, February 28, 2017

Information about the upcoming webinar. Registration details are below.
Smart Collaboration: How Professionals and Their Firms Succeed by Breaking Down Silos
Collaboration holds the key to your success – and your firm’s survival
 
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In this 60-minute web-based discussion, attendees will learn both how and why firms earn higher margins, inspire greater client loyalty, attract and retain the better talent, and gain a competitive edge when collaborating across business units and other boundaries.
Collaboration is a critical component of success for today’s competitive businesses. No one consultant or lawyer-or even one functional group-can guide a client through today’s complex challenges, which often span technological, regulatory, economic, and environmental issues on an increasingly global scale. Yet organizational silos, as well as individual “stars” who build their own reputations and books of business, often block true collaboration. And as businesses scale, it becomes more difficult to know-let alone trust-colleagues located at different sites.
Collaboration is a proven way to improve business results and boost client loyalty. Remaining siloed is not an option. As the threat landscape becomes more complex, the only way to respond effectively is through cross-functional networks. Four reasons why collaboration is essential are:


~ Collaboration is the only way to deal with the clashing trends of professional specialization versus problem complexity
~ Cross unit collaboration increases revenue
~ Collaboration generates higher levels of performance
~ Collaboration drives to client loyalty

Your Webinar Facilitator:
Heidi K Gardner, PhD , Distinguished Fellow, Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession – Heidi also serves as a Lecturer on Law and the Faculty Chair of the school’s Accelerated Leadership Program executive course. She was previously on the faculty at Harvard Business School, and has been awarded an International Research Fellowship at Oxford University’s Said Business School.

Please join us for this web-based discussion on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 – All paid registrants receive a link to the recording so it is not necessary to watch ‘LIVE’.

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