To succeed as GC, culture is king

By Jerome Doraisamy|11 September 2019

There are many professional and leadership elements that make up a good general counsel, but none is more important than the ability to foster a positive culture in the workplace, argues an award-winning GC.

In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment James Hebron – who recently won the General Counsel of the Year Award and Excellence Award at the recent Australian Law Awards – details his journey to becoming a GC, what he learned along the way, and what is needed to ensure personal and professional success as a senior leader in the in-house space. 

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