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Smart Collaboration: How Your In-House Counsel Can Become Team Players

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In-house legal teams are integral to every aspect of how an organization does business. From managing risk to supporting corporate governance, these legal professionals aren’t just cogs in a machine, they’re the grease that keeps that machine running smoothly.

Given the scope and importance of their role, it’s surprising that counsel aren’t more comfortable collaborating. Legal teams are notoriously poor at cross-departmental workflows, typically preferring to work in silos and stay in their own niche. But their very job relies on efficient and effective cross-departmental collaboration, particularly now that legal departments are under strain to add value and deliver more with less.

Building a culture of collaboration doesn’t just mean pivoting to new strategies. It also involves taking an audit of any obstacles, bad habits, or roadblocks that have impeded collaboration in the past.

How to Nurture Collaborative Workflows

Smart collaboration starts with a people-first approach, which means embedding the practice right into the heart of your company culture. This ensures it’s part of the very fabric of your organization – across departments and up and down the employee hierarchy from c-suite executives to new interns.

Smart Collaboration: How Your In-House Counsel Can Become Team Players

Download your guide today to enhacing your collaboration strategy, impacting not only in your legal department, but across the company.