Ronda Muir (LexBlog Australia)
Successfully Making Changes
In Sydney, Australia at the IBA annual conference earlier this month, Muir participated on a great panel with an energized audience on the topic of successfully making changes in our careers. Here are two of the recent articles in Lawyers Weekly: “How to Fail Well” and “The Pursuit of Happiness in the Law.” One of the takeaways was...
Muir a Panelist at Annual International Bar Association Meeting in Sydney, Australia
Muir will be speaking on a panel led by Robert Bata at the 2017 International Bar Association Annual Conference in Sydney, Australia on Monday, October 9th on the subject of “Re-Inventing Yourself: Recognizing Decision Points in Your Career.” Join us!
The Emerging Stakeholders in the Legal Business
In David Maister’s article “Are Law Firms Manageable?” on the seemingly intractable challenges to law firm management, he points out only half facetiously that firms may get away with perpetuating these inefficiencies because there is no competitive fallout: “The greatest advantage that lawyers have is that they compete only with other lawyers.” The time may be fast arriving when that is no...
As a woman, a lawyer and a consultant who specializes in emotional intelligence among arguably one of the most challenged professions of our species– lawyers– I cringe every time I see articles such as “Brilliant Women Last in Love,” published August 18, 2007 in Australia’s Herald Sun. The premise– leave it to self-critical, self-effacing women to propagate...