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Do you have the right people skills you need to succeed at your firm? Because sometimes, lawyers are not the most personable. Maybe you're a superstar in the courtroom or when discussing matters that you know like the back of your hand with your client, but remember that how you behave at all times -- especially among the other associates and your staff at your firm -- can go a long way.
People skills are crucial, especially when you essentially work in a service-oriented industry. Not only that, but it can help boost the general flow and contribute to more productivity and just a better atmosphere at work.
So, with that said, here are 5 people skills that may help you succeed at your firm:
This list can go on for a while. What's key to remember is that at the end of the day, you are working with other people and that the common thread to succeed on any level requires a little (or a lot) of humanity.
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Editor's Note, January 24th, 2017: This article was first published in January, 2014. It has since been updated.
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