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Book: The Likeability Factor

Likeability Last week we suggested in a post that partners at major law firms should undergo "likeability" training as a step towards becoming more effective managers, leaders and supervisors. Given that so many attorneys cite a "difficult" or "overbearing" boss as a primary factor motivating their departure from a firm, "likeability" training should be a component of any attorney retention strategy.

For starters, lawyers might consider picking up a copy of The Likeability Factor, authored by Tim Sanders, who has promoted the notion that "likeable" leaders are essential to business success and profitability.

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