Teamwork critical to good dealmaking

By Jerome Doraisamy|28 August 2020
Teamwork critical to good dealmaking

She may have just won Dealmaker of the Year at the Australian Law Awards, but Sandy Mak believes that one cannot be a good dealmaker without having the right team in place.

In this episode, Corrs Chambers Westgarth partner and head of corporate Ms Mak joins The Lawyers Weekly Show to discuss, with host Jerome Doraisamy, the importance of having clients who will let you “push the envelope”, building a collegiate and productive team, and how one must lead, rather than simply manage, their practice groups in order to achieve optimal results.

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Ms Mak also discusses the issues and challenges being faced by dealmaking teams in the age of coronavirus and how best they can weather the storm so as to emerge from the pandemic thriving.

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