Posts from Catherine McGregor Research

Does culture eat “value” for breakfast? Why culture might be a more meaningful metric for forward thinking legal teams

“Culture” is defined as the ideas, customs and social behaviours of a particular people or society. In organisations, culture encompasses the ideas, customs and beliefs that shape how people work together. Culture is made by people and is a defining factor in determining if they stay and, ultimately, what kind of talent you can attract. … Continue reading Does culture eat “value” for breakfast? Why culture might be a more meaningful metric for forward thinking legal teams

What’s your purpose?

My work in recent years and my book, Business Thinking in Practice for In-House Counsel, focuses on human-centred skills for business and how these are needed and can be developed by lawyers. That’s not just my predilection, but also the direction of travel in which skills needed by business leaders and, by extension, legal leaders … Continue reading What’s your purpose?