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Closing the gap between GCs and the C-suite

C-suite-ready counsel have a healthy curiosity for all things that make the company work well.

Chris Edwards, Capital Partner, Winston & Strawn

The top management structure within organizations has evolved considerably over the past three decades, with more executive managers reporting to the CEO. With this trend comes the need for general counsel and other in-house counsel to have a strong grasp of business fundamentals.

According to Chris Edwards, partner at Winston & Strawn, the biggest gap between C-suite executives and the next level down is a lack of passion for interests in the company as a whole.

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Erin E. Harrison

Erin E. Harrison is the Editor in Chief of InsideCounsel magazine. Harrison’s professional background includes extensive expertise in both print and online media, highlighted by...

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