CLP affiliate Michele DeStefano is quoted in a recent US News article on what happens when law firms try to change to create a more positive culture. The article reads:
Researchers suggest that the majority of change efforts fail. This high failure rate is often because leaders don’t start by assessing themselves. By building on their strengths and shoring up their weaknesses, they will begin to create a culture of strong leaders who are self-aware, humble and communicative, says Michele DeStefano, University of Miami School of Law professor of law and author of the forthcoming book “Leader Upheaval: A Guide to Client-Centricity, Culture-Creation, and Collaboration.”
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