How to effectively manage internal communication in your law firm
Communication has always been the key to a well-functioning civilization. If there is not a good exchange of information between people, misunderstandings, errors and, of course, the failure of the action that is being sought to achieve arise.
Law firms spend a lot of time and resources on external communication, on reflecting their brand image abroad to stand out from the competition. However, this type of communication would not make sense if the internal one is neglected, that of the office behind closed doors.
Each member that makes up a company is important, so maintaining fluid internal communication is essential. The fundamental objective of this management tool is to help in the professional development of the team. But it also has many other advantages, such as creating and instilling a corporate culture among the people who make up the firm. This is achieved by fostering trust by retaining talent and making known the objectives and the business model to be followed.
Honesty and respect are the pillars of any relationship, whether work, social or sentimental. Employees are more likely to be comfortable in their jobs and want to continue to grow professionally in a firm if there is transparent open communication.
Good internal communication must establish a frequency to send informative communications to the firm's workers to keep them updated on the news of the firm. The writing must reach all members, both in the office and in support, without limiting certain information to certain people or areas of power.