Podcast by Totum Talks
Podcast by Totum Talks
Recruitment strategies for innovation, change and technology roles
Julius Reeves and Elliot Nash discuss how to adopt recruitment strategies for these emerging roles (innovation, change management and technology) in law and professional services. With 50% of new hires coming from outside the sector, it means firms are taking more risk, and experiencing the benefits of bringing in new talent. It brings a different perspective whether it be from a different sector or different role which helps to drive firm-wide transformation.
What makes for a good COO?
Directors Gary Jones and Deborah Gray discuss the increasing popularity and importance of the COO role in law, what makes for a successful COO placement and why this role is particularly interesting: every COO role is unique to the specific needs of the firm.
Totum investigate the future of HR in law
Totum's Deborah Gray and Laura McNair chat about the future of HR, and how people are now top of the agenda, sitting on the board and contributing to the firm's strategy.
Exploring the role of a CFO and how they are impacting law firms
Martyn Draper, Head of Finance recruitment at Totum Partners looks at how the role of CFO is evolving, what does the role look like now and what are the skills required to be successful. The role of the CFO and indeed the Finance team is not a back office function but is fundamental to the firms success.
Totum and Calibrate Legal discuss nuances between the US and UK law firm marketing and BD landscapes
Totum's Rebecca Ellis and Calibrate Legal's Jennifer Johnson Scalzi discuss the nuances between the US and UK law firm marketing & BD landscapes. Rebecca and Jennifer work together regularly so have a unique view and understanding of the differences and some similarities. Finding great talent is difficult and this will help any candidate looking to work in either the UK or US
Tim Skipper Explains How Law Firms Are Updating Their Business Services Offerings
Director of Totum, Tim Skipper, shares his views on business services professionals in law, on the term non fee-earners, what mix of people make up the best team, the changing landscape for business services professionals and how they are increasingly valued for the contribution they make.