LegalNovember 08, 2022
Checklist: Set yourself up for success in 2023 and beyond
Now more than ever, success comes from balance. You need the right mix of short-term and long-term planning. You need to keep existing employees happy while considering new ways to work with legal talent. All while adapting to unexpected changes, including inflation and recession concerns.
It may feel like you are facing far less uncertainty today than you were in 2020, but don’t take that for granted. Be ready for whatever might happen.
To help you prepare, we’ve compiled a handy five-step checklist. Keep this close so you can set yourself up for success in 2023 and beyond.
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