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The Well-Being Pledge and MSP's

The business rationale for engaging an MSP began in the technology space, but it has migrated to other concerns, like lawyer well-being.

Take, for example, the well-being Pledge-- specifically, Item 3-- which references the development of, "visible partnerships with outside resources". From a management perspective, those outside resources are really just another term for an MSP.

Identifying a particular service need that is important to the management and operation of a law firm, and figuring out a way to address that need at a fixed cost that can be plugged into a budget, is what the MSP model is all about.

Addressing the concern of lawyer well-being by contracting with a qualified outside resource is every bit as mission-critical as securing technology or cybersecurity assistance-- particularly for the 185+ law firms that have already signed the lawyer well-being Pledge. The Mindful Law Coaching & Consulting Group ("MLCCG") is just such an MSP-- check out our website, for more information.

The future of the legal profession is already here, and there is a growing number of both law firms and other institutions in the legal profession, that are beginning to act. Granted, some challenges are more complicated to solve for than others, and lawyer well-being is not on the list of easy fixes. But that means it needs to be addressed sooner, rather than later.

MSP's and ALSP's (about which I wrote last month), are much more than a management-minded alphabet soup. They're the lifeblood of the evolving business world, and they should be soberly considered as tools that can help the legal profession grow.

Looking for an edge? Sign the lawyer well-being Pledge, and engage an appropriate MSP to guide you in fulfilling that Pledge!


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