3 Questions to Evaluate Your Firm Culture

Silhouettes of three business partners talking against a window in an officeYou have to gauge this to effectively move toward partnership.

By Martin Bissett

This second C is a stormy and choppy one, often fraught with political icebergs but navigated diplomatically and with maturity, will lead you through.

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Case study on culture

Deborah had done well. She was bridging the firm’s culture gap and fulfilling its desire to be seen as an equal opportunities employer by becoming the practice’s standout rising star.