Mind Training in Law Firms
A lot has been said about what it takes to become a successful lawyer. Along with intelligence and excellent communication skills, how is your firm measuring the success of lawyers besides the number of cases won? The pressing question, however, is how can a firm effectively support and ensure continued success for individual lawyers and other staff?
Our research shows that the skills that facilitate legal expertise such as analytical, independence, self-knowledge, problem-solving, and interpersonal competencies are good predictors of performance. But the strongest predictor of a lawyer’s success is the person’s capacity for focus and awareness, which achieved a top ranking among efficacy factors in our research in Europe because of its positive effects on well-being and job performance.
There are proven strategies for lawyers, which offer numerous benefits that drive performance and sustain success through the use of structured exercises that will help increase positive affect, resilience, and improve job competency. Find out how to become a fully effective lawyer.