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Inspirational leadership and effective management are increasingly important for law firms. Competition from other law firms and organisations offering streamlined legal services means that there is a constant pressure on price, delivery and “added value”.  Leadership and management skills are not generally taught in law school.  

Day 1 considers the key requirements of leading and managing a flourishing profit-making law firm.  Day 2 considers the essential, but often time-consuming skills, required for the fruitful and constructive management of people within the firm.

Who should attend?  

  • Senior Partners, Managing Partners, heads of department, team leaders, supervisors, practising lawyers, office managers and practice managers.
  • All members of the law firm who want to develop their skills in leadership, management and communication of his/her firm, department or own practice. 
  • All those who advise lawyers on these skills.

Reasons for attending: outcomes from the training                       

Development of your skills, knowledge, confidence and understanding of how to:

  • Win, keep and grow the clients you want, cost-effectively
  • Lead your firm in the direction you want it to go
  • Increase effectiveness and efficiency within the firm
  • Maximise return on investment of all the resources of your firm
  • Stay ahead of all developments
  • Satisfy the increasingly high expectations of clients requiring speedy pro-activity, creativity and innovation all at less cost

Confirmation that what you are doing is correct and:

  • To generate, introduce and implement creative ideas
  • To increase motivation
  • To revise and refresh knowledge
  • To revise, practise and to up-date skills
  • Tips and techniques to use and traps to avoid
  • Practical, relevant, time-saving advice which is immediately applicable

Relevant, Participative and Interactive workshop   

  • The principles of the workshop apply to:
    • All sizes firms: smallest to largest, national and international
    • All practice areas
    • All sizes and types of clients: including across sectors;  structures; family, public or private
  • Sessions are conducted in a whole variety of ways, including: presentations, PowerPoint, delegates working individually, in pairs, in small groups, in larger groups, as a whole.
  • Interactive participation by the delegates includes: case-studies, role plays, quizzes, exercises, practicals, questionnaires, templates, checklists, problem-solving and theory-to-practise sessions. 
  • Discussions allow delegates to share their experiences with others and have constructive problem-solving discussions, which lead to practical and relevant solutions and lessons learned.
  • Personal Action Plan - each individual creates a Personal Action Plan, of actions that they will carry out when they return to work. They can then immediately apply what they have learned as soon as they get back to the office from the training

Register now for lower rate and to be certain of your place                                  

We register on a first come, first served basis and we are limited to an absolute maximum of 150 participants.  When the workshop is full, we regret but we cannot accept any more registrations.

Joint Training Workshop organised by the UIA and the Macau Lawyers Association.

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