Balancing Work and Life: A Practical Guide for Lawyers

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LexisNexis NZ Limited, 2014 - Lawyers - 392 pages
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BALANCING WORK AND LIFE: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR LAWYERS provides pragmatic techniques for succeeding in the legal profession without compromising your personal life. From tips on how to prioritise your daily workload, to coping strategies for dealing with stress, to mechanisms for nurturing your family and friends, Balancing Work and Life offers constructive advice on balancing a happy home life and satifying legal career. Many of the themes will resonate with those engaged in professinal services, such as accountancy and consultancy. The book explores issues such as: Is it possible to balance my home and work spheres? What strategies will help me as a working parent? How can I curb my tendency to procrastinate? Is marketing possible on a time budget? Do gender bias issues impact women in the law? How can I network effectively - and enjoy it? Is financial literacy important? Can I really have it all? Personal insights on each chapter are included from a wide spectrum of lawyers, including the Supreme Court Judge, the Honourable Dame Susan Glazebrook, members of the Judiciary, the Chairman of Spark, Mark Verbiest, the General Counsels of ASB, Genesis, Spark and Z Energy, a range of in-house lawyers and the CEO of CLANZ, Partners and Solicitors from all major law firms, and a diverse collection of lawyers and ex-lawyers. BALANCING WORK AND LIFE: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR LAWYERS is an invaluable resource for practitioners at any stage in their career.

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