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Renee Galente Stackhouse, Stackhouse APC, San Diego

Renee Galente Stackhouse, Stackhouse APC, San Diego

As Renee Stackhouse (nee Galente) enters her second decade of legal success in San Diego, she’s reveling in a personal rebirth of sorts. As Immediate Past President of California Women Lawyers, a Board of Director of the San Diego County Bar Association, Chair of the Solo and Small Firm Section of the California Lawyers Association, […]

Asking “What Makes You Stay?” How “Stay Interviews” Can Improve Employee Retention and Productivity

Asking “What Makes You Stay?” How “Stay Interviews” Can Improve Employee Retention and Productivity

Hiring interviews and exit interviews are a very common, if not completely unavoidable, part of any employer’s business operations. What is less known and less talked about, however, are stay interviews—even though they could be the most important interviews your organization could ever have. This begs the question: what is a stay interview? A stay […]

6 Reasons Why Content Is too Important for Lawyers to Write

6 Reasons Why Content Is too Important for Lawyers to Write

Content is about the music, not the words. That’s why it is too important to be written by lawyers and other professionals. It’s not that you don’t know your stuff; rather, it’s that you know it too well. As a result, few attorneys understand how to explain something simply in a blog, article or even […]

The Surprising Sentence That Keeps Prospects Reading (and Buying)

The Surprising Sentence That Keeps Prospects Reading (and Buying)

You spend time and resources writing a marketing piece. So why not make sure as many prospects as possible read it? Let me explain. You already know the importance of headlines in marketing materials. They act as attention tools for grabbing your readers’ eyes and guiding them to your copy. And although essential to every […]

NETWORKING Planning, Persistence, and Practice

NETWORKING Planning, Persistence, and Practice

Do not just attend an event—attend with purpose. To go with purpose means setting goals. Clearly, you want to enjoy your time, but you hope to have ROI too. Look ahead to see what you need to accomplish before, during, and after the event and determine if it is a worthwhile investment of your time, […]

Things Lawyers Do ...

Things Lawyers Do …

I just took my first long vacation in, well, pretty much ever. I’ve taken time off before of course, but this was my first two weeks out of the office in 25 years. And that includes two honeymoons, by the way. I spent those two weeks in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, the perfect place for me. […]

Expectations for Persuasive Female Litigators

Expectations for Persuasive Female Litigators

One way to stir up a controversy is to talk about the social expectations that apply to female litigators. The ABA Journal recently played host to that discussion after an article by Debra Cassens Weiss on showing anger in the courtroom quoted an essay in The Atlantic by former public defender and current law professor […]

Build It or Change? Making Culture Tangible

Build It or Change? Making Culture Tangible

30,000 feet. Long-haul travel. I am tired but intrigued about what I am observing. Not the behavior of other passengers, which would be cause for many articles, but the cabin team. There is a tangible difference in the approach, connection and way that many routine air travel activities are being executed. Having now flown with […]

The Future of Law Firm Business Development Belongs to the Bold

The Future of Law Firm Business Development Belongs to the Bold

Ultimately, the meek may, indeed, inherit the earth. But history suggests that, in the meantime, meek salespeople will waste time, money and energy and miss out on the opportunities awaiting those with the vision and courage to take bold action. By now all but the most resolute of ostriches have accepted that the embryonic law […]

20 Traits of the 100%- Capable Rainmaker

20 Traits of the 100%- Capable Rainmaker

What does it take to be a great rainmaker, able to generate millions of dollars in business each year, reliably? As with every great accomplishment, there’s much more than you can see. The Winter Olympic broadcasts featured background stories about how athletes became among the best in the world at their sport. Before those stories, […]

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