High performance in an evolving market

High performance in an evolving market

23 December 2021 By Robyn Tongol

Leaders in law are increasingly aware that people’s needs are changing, and with that, client demands are shifting. Ensuring that businesses can get the most out of their lawyers in the post-pandemic market requires new-age thinking, including considering what can be learned from elite sportspeople.

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Frontier Performance founder and principal Pancho Mehrotra to discuss what high performance in professional services means and what can be gleaned from sportspeople, the biggest mistakes that leaders in law make, creating an “attraction business”, and the current headline challenges impeding high performance within legal teams.

The pair also reflect on the presence of jealousy and domineering attitudes within law firms and how these sentiments are balanced against wellness needs and happiness, evolving perceptions of psychological safety, addressing environmental issues in more substantive ways moving forward, and learning lessons from global corporate behemoths.

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