The Corporate Counsel Show: Making in-house life safer and more sustainable
Anthony Kearns is increasingly concerned about what he sees as objectively unsustainable work practices and higher levels of distress among a highly resilient demographic. Here, we unpack how and why such issues are impacting in-house teams and some practical steps to move forward.
In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Lander & Rogers chief client experience officer and consulting practice group leader, Anthony Kearns. The pair discuss why safety and sustainability require urgent consideration by law departments, the extent to which current issues and psychosocial hazards are a product of our time or longstanding concerns, and how and why such matters are front of mind for law department leaders.
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Mr Kearns also reflects on the “roadmaker’s dilemma” facing in-house teams, the extent to which such teams can or should be comfortable with the idea of letting others down, ensuring clarity of purpose and other practical steps that law departments can take at this critical juncture, and why he remains optimistic about the potential for in-house teams to problem solve.
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