At a time when organizations face unprecedented uncertainty, the role of the general counsel (GC) has never been more important to corporate success. However, only 18% of GC are personally effective at acting as corporate executives. Time constraints and unpredictable workflows leave many GC struggling to impact corporate objectives, influence the CEO or effectively support the board.
A Gartner survey of top global GCs reveals what the most effective general counsel are doing differently with their time, relationships, resources and teams.
Discover five shifts in behavior that equip the best general counsel to more effectively impact strategic decision-making and influence the CEO.