The Eight Signs Your Firm Needs New Leadership

Three business colleagues arguing while seated at tableWith an eight-part self-assessment test.

By Steven E. Sacks

Unless you are really old school (with barely a pulse), are the named and founding partner of your firm, if you rebuff what you believe are challenges to your leadership of the firm, then you are thinking just about you, and not what you built.

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If you created a leadership team around you that exhibits the healthfulness of organizational conflict, constructive advice, scenario planning and the flexibility of employing Plans B, C and D, you have created a strong foundation – a far different and more effective approach than the “My way or the highway” thinking.