Dr Bob Murray provides some coping strategies for those leading their firm from home

I recently spoke to a coachee of mine – a practice leader in a major law firm. Naturally, our interaction was virtual but, for the first time, I saw him in his home environment. 

There were constant interruptions from his young kids demanding Daddy’s attention. He complained that his litigation practice had come to a dead stop; the courts were closed; and his clients weren’t returning his calls.

“I have some residual work for my team to do which will keep them busy for the next month”, he said to me, “but after that, who knows? I worry that my team will become discouraged. They are all anxious about their employment prospects, as am I. Management has already signaled that partner remun...

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