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Conflict within teams is a natural part of collaboration, and surprisingly, when approached correctly, it can lead to growth and innovation. Through conflict, new perspectives emerge, relationships can deepen, and teams can become more resilient. However, as a leader, navigating through conflict can feel daunting.

Here’s a guide with actionable steps to help you manage team conflict effectively and turn

Want to supercharge your business, avoid profit plateaus, operational headaches, and growth roadblocks? 
Marcia has created a brand-new Profit Booster® Playbook just for you.  You’ll uncover 3 essential strategies and the quick way to take action on them. This is not just a single page report, its filled with impactful strategies, actionable steps, and expert guidance to elevate your profits

Transitioning from being an employee to being self-employed is a goal of many American workers, and a growing number of workers have realized their goal in the wake of pandemic-related economic disruptions.
Individuals often cite taking control of their career as a top motivating factor for being self-employed. Self-employment frequently starts as a side hustle that blossoms into a full-time

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Andrew Michaels discuss:

  • Matching your branding and headshot to your firm and business goals.
  • Opening the doors to consultation with your headshot.
  • What every lawyer should have in their arsenal of headshots.
  • AI headshots.

Key Takeaways:

  • For internal purposes, you should have a friendly-looking headshot. That may not be what you want for your

In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Niraj Chhabra discuss:

  • How law firm financial planning is different from the average person. 
  • Building a relationship on education first with your financial advisor. 
  • Avoiding outgrowing your income. 
  • Understanding your expenses now to know what you need for the future. 
  • Thinking about and planning for long-term care. 

 
Key Takeaways:

  • Attorneys need more than

As a law firm advisor, I’ve seen dozens of companies – from startups to million-dollar firms – struggle with growth. Here are the most common culprits, and how to overcome them:
1. Weak Leadership
A law firm is only as strong as its leadership team. If your team isn’t functioning well, you’ll hit a growth ceiling fast.
Solution: Help your