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INTERLAW LIVE: Virtual Managing Partner Forum: Creating a Connected Culture
The COVID-19 pandemic had an immediate and significant impact on how we work, forcing many to close premises for extended periods, and to quickly adapt to remote working. Law firms around the world are now reliant on technology as the primary way to communicate with clients and colleagues, something that would have seemed unimaginable a year ago! Team catch ups, both formal and informal, have been replaced with video calls and virtual meetings. Client communication, as well as formal legal proceedings are also happening in a digital environment.
With many major global companies stating that a “hybrid” way of working will become the post-COVID normal, what does this mean for the the strength of law firms connections with colleagues and clients? And, after a year or more of less "face-to-face" time, how are our people feeling and faring in this increasingly digital environment?
At Interlaw's next Virtual Managing Partners Forum, Forward to Better: Creating a Connected Culture taking place on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, we will discuss how law firm leaders can show good leadership in an increasingly digitally connected world. We will share opinions on the impact of remote working - what have been the positives that law firms will embed long-term, and what issues has it created? Among other topics, we will discuss insights and practical advice in a number of areas including:
- Supporting staff with their digital wellness;
- Creating quicker and more meaningful connections online;
- Establishing a positive hybrid culture in the future.
For further details and to register, please contact Imogen Lee.
|Dates||Mar 30, 2021|