The people you hire will either make or break your business. There’s no in-between.
We all have personalities, moods, and life events that have the ability to affect our productivity.
If your team member’s dog is sick, their house is flooded, or their car breaks down, they’re likely going to be distracted. That could mean the work they produce that day isn’t up to what you know to be their standards.
Now imagine that one person becomes 100 people. Everyone has their own lives, situations, and distractions.
All the while, you’re trying to make things happen in your business as well. After all, you’re the leader at the helm.
As a law firm owner, you want to put your clients’ experience first. You want to make it all work and run smoothly. At the same time, you’ve got to adapt to 100 different people’s situations, keep everyone aligned, make sure that your culture is strong, launch new initiatives, and so much more.
As a business owner, you’ve got to prepare yourself for a new surprise every day.
Welcome to running a law firm.