Published by Globe Law and Business in association with The International Bar Association.
Author: Rachel Brushfield (One chapter, page 173)
Traditional forms of mentoring and coaching have always been at the heart of the legal profession. This practical new handbook features chapters by well-respected experts in the field of mentoring and coaching, chapters cover topics including leadership coaching for law firm leaders; mentoring and coaching for lawyers at various stages of their careers; and mentoring and coaching for successful onboarding of lawyers, among other topics.
The various chapters provide guidance and insight to law firm leaders and talent management managers for them to discover how they can turn mentoring and coaching into a source of competitive advantage by improving client service, attracting and retaining the best talent, and enhancing the utilisation of human capital.
My chapter (page 173) explores ‘How mentoring and coaching can help with life balance issues.’