When Partners Stop Growing

BONUS CHECKLIST: Nine things needed for firm growth.

By Ed Mendlowitz

QUESTION: I am the managing partner and run a tight ship, however, some of my partners do not appear to be growing and on some level that is holding back the firm’s overall growth.

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Any suggestions or is this just the way it is?