"Carolyn recently worked with our firm leaders on team building and led a workshop on Creative Problem Solving. Her analysis and recommendations were spot on and will be useful in strengthening the various teams within our firm to perform more efficiently and effectively. I would highly recommend Carolyn based upon her superior knowledge, skills and expertise and ability to design and deliver talent development programs tailored to a client’s specific needs."

- Shareholder, Health Law

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Building Success through Learning and Collaborative Teams.

Successful professional service firms recognize the importance of high-performing teams, at all levels of an organization. Just like a rising tide lifts all boats, effectively aligned “learning teams” increases overall attorney and staff satisfaction, performance, and revenue.
For professional service firm leaders who aspire to take their team’s performance to the next level, Sklar & Associates will help your team to:
  • Boost practice or industry group performance and in turn, revenue
  • Cultivate innovation, creativity, and new ways of doing things
  • Align team member capability with business objectives to accomplish goals and get better results
  • Apply creative problem solving techniques to develop innovative solutions and strengthen competitive advantage
  • Increase team member engagement and productivity
  • Retain high-potential and star performers, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars
  • Identify team strengths and help find ways to use them to enhance client service and increase profitability
  • Similarly, identify team weaknesses and help find ways to address them, delegate them, or work around them to achieve desired results

Consultation for Law Firm Human Resource, Marketing, and Talent Development Professionals.

Sklar & Associates partners with law firm human resource, marketing, and talent development professionals for custom team development engagements and strategic consulting. We work together to develop strategies to enhance collaboration so that the “whole is greater than the sum of its part”.