But Enough About Me

Actually, in Resumes Are for Dummies, Brenda Sandburg of The Recorder wrote about Adam Smith, Esq. and the ever-vigilant Joy London of "excited utterances" pointed out the article. Joy goes on to say: "Bruce is right—"Bloggers gather a...

The Courage to Say, “I Don’t Know”

When one thinks of a "leader," traits that come to mind are decisive, resolute, and firm—as opposed to confused, doubtful, or uncertain.  The inimitable Warren Bennis begs to differ.  What’s needed most in an era of accelerating...

“The Difficulties Will Argue for Themselves”

Are lawyers by nature poor leaders?  This leadership coach thinks so.  The counts of the indictment: Leaders take risks; lawyers are notoriously risk-averse. Leaders are deeply curious, and listen more than they talk; sound like any lawyer you’ve met...

Drucker Distills It All

Some people are legendary for a reason, among whom I count Peter Drucker on management. If you only read one thing today, this should be it.  Eight practices, one rule. Pithy, pointed, and...

Is Lit Support Stronger in the US Than in the UK?

If a University of California study is to be believed, 800MB of electronic data is generated every year for every man, woman, and child on the planet. (And some of us are responsible for more than others.)  Be that as it may, this Legal Week article is a nice...
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