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Case study: Helping new partners to lead

The transition from Associate to Partner is a significant change that takes time to master. We worked with our client, a leading international law...

The transition from Associate to Partner is a significant change that takes time to master. We worked with our client, a leading international law firm, on leadership sessions that helped position new partners to take on a broader leadership role within the firm and strike a new balance between delivering work and winning new clients.  

We developed the sessions that clarified to Partners; what they needed to do as leaders, developed self-awareness of their own style and built resilience to launch them on the first step of their leadership journey. Our approach built upon internal views as to what makes a partner inspirational, as well as external role models and best practice thinking.  We also advised on and selected the appropriate tool to assess leadership strengths and competence including a 360 degree feedback element. Partners were required to complete a self-assessment and 360 review as part of their development as a leader.

The good news is that the session went very well…  the partners seemed to get a lot out of it.”    

The feedback we received was very positive.

“What we appreciated was not just the quality of your work but that you helped us to project manage the whole process.”

“I really liked the fact that you always had some interesting materials for us to keep us abreast with industry and trends and news in the development process”

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