The greatest threat to the survival of law firms isn’t technological, but psychological.
Roger Lehman is a Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD, and Director of the Executive Master in Change programme. In addition, he designs and teaches in both open and company specific programmes, providing a focus on executive leadership, leading innovation, personal and professional development, change management and high performance teams. In 2002 Roger was instrumental in setting up the INSEAD Global Leadership Centre (IGLC), serving as its first Executive Director. As co-designer and Programme Director of INSEAD's innovative Coaching and Consulting for Change programme (CCC), he is deeply involved in supporting leadership transformational processes. In 2009 Roger navigated the CCC programme through its own transformation from a non-degree executive education programme into an Executive Master Degree. Roger's clinical, teaching and organisational consulting career spans 35 years and includes a variety of staff and leadership positions in both public and private institutions.
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