With the upheavals we have experienced so far in 2020, understanding how to manage change – whether transformational or crisis-driven, planned or emergent – is even more vital.
Change leadership may seem the province of in-house practitioners or those in mega-firms with innovation and tech departments. But in fact, small firms are typically well-positioned for change, being agile, more adept at survival and innovation, and with stronger internal relationships.
On Tuesday 1 September, Dr Justine Rogers and Dr Felicity Bell from UNSW Law broke down the 2019 FLIP Stream research topic – Change Leadership for Lawyers – providing relevance for small law firms. Topics covered included:
- Lawyers and change in a small firm context.
- Types of change: transformational, crisis-driven, planned and emergent.
- Making the most of strengths you already have.
- Change frameworks and strategies for solo and small firm lawyers.
Read the Primer here.
Visit our FLIP Stream page for more information on this research collaboration between the Law Society of NSW and UNSW Law.
Dr Justine Rogers
Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director,
Dr Felicity Bell
FLIP Stream Research Fellow,
The Law Society of NSW
On-demand webcast details
Format Online webcast
CPD 1.5 units
Cost Member: complimentary