As a leader, you’ve got plenty of ideas of how to run a smoother operation or continue to put out great content. You’re at the helm, so you get to decide where to steer the ship.
But your thoughts aren’t the only ones that matter.
I encourage you to consider the thoughts of everyone on your team as well, particularly when important decisions or potentially big changes are on the horizon.
When you ask for and accept feedback from your team — the people who are the most closely affected by your decisions — that gives you more opportunities to grow and improve your law firm.
You constantly ask yourself how you can improve and support your team at a higher, more efficient level. But wouldn’t it be better to ask your team directly and use their feedback to grow?