Developing a team with multiple skills and perspectives

Hirsch, Stewart
January 2014
InsideCounsel;Jan2014, Vol. 24 Issue 265, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the specific factors to consider by any companies as ways to expand the skills and perspectives of the team which include legal experience and skills, personality type and intellectual capability and emotional intelligence. It cites that leaders who possess both emotional and intellectual intelligence are the most valuable ones. It suggests the need to consider the experience of other team members and the skills possessed by a new hire so that it can become more efficient.


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