By Marc Rosenberg
The Role of the Managing Partner
I always tell new clients that I’m “one firm smarter than the last firm I worked with.” That’s because I learn something from each firm I work with, one of the great joys of my 20-year consulting career. I’ve worked with many of the most talented, accomplished managing partners in the U.S. and Canada and meticulously observed their style. No two managing partners are the same. Each brings a unique style or attribute to the table.
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As a result of these observations, I’ve pieced together the optimal job description for a managing partner, posted below. Though I first put this together 10-15 years ago, I fine-tune it every year as times change and differences in managing partner duties are observed.