7 Secrets to Becoming General Counsel

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Want to become a general counsel? Here's some advice directly from four highly successful GCs.

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  • Arutsivan

    much inspiring

  • No monkey business

    Well, are you prepared to give it all?

    Probably the key thing for people that want‘s to climb to the top.

    There is a eight secret - people and relations ... surprised the author really missed that one.

  • Inhouse Schlub

    Now that I know these secret‘s, I should have no problem becoming the next GC at my company? YAY!!!

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