Allison Williams, known as the Law Firm Mentor, is known for crushing chaos. She is a business strategist and systems guru who runs her own popular law firm retreats. So, when Allison asked if I’d be a guest on her new podcast, I was honored and humbled.

One of the many things that make Allison stand out as exemplary is a willingness to collaborate with other consultants and professionals. She sees opportunities where others see competition. That, my friends, is confidence. We should all be inspired to do the same.

I was delighted to join Allison for a fun and informative conversation about my favorite topic: delegation.

In this episode, Allison and I cover:

  • Dina’s prophetic tale and how the failure to systematize decimated one of her family’s businesses
  • The dangers of Panic Hiring – what it is and why it doesn’t work
  • Where to start the process of onboarding new talent
  • Developing trust in your law business – how trust is transactional
  • Onboarding versus training
  • The devil’s in the delegation
  • Overcoming resistance to delegation
  • The Critical “Rates” – utilization, realization and collection rates
  • Optimizing performance through proper systematizing
  • Observational feedback strategies

LISTEN HERE and get the full transcript


Dina Lynch Eisenberg, JD, is the CEO of, an outsourcing training/consulting firm for successful lawyers and entrepreneurs based in Oakland, CA.

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