Coaching Continues to Thrive in Law Firms

California reports that a growing number of law firms are turning to both internal and external coaches to help lawyers learn business development skills, client relations skills and management skills.

The article leaves out a parallel trend (i.e. that some lawyers do not want their firms to know they are working with a coach and are hiring coaches directly.) Also, while the firm sometimes pays for the coach and the individual pays at other times, there are also blended models (kind of like insurance co-pays to make sure that the end user is personally invested in the activity.)

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