Today's guest, Tim Lupinacci, joins Cam and Otis to talk about leadership development, managing culture, and measuring success. How can your company's culture defeat ego? What can you do to lead organizational change? And what kind of business lessons can you learn from bankruptcy law? Tim answers all these questions and much more in this great discussion with Camden and Otis.
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More About Tim:
Tim Lupinacci spent the first 28 years of his legal practice focused on helping financial institutions solve complex problems arising in commercial restructuring and bankruptcy matters throughout the country. During his leadership journey at Baker Donelson, Tim chaired the Financial Services Department, the Women’s Pathways to Leadership Committee, and served as a member of the Firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. He was awarded the Firm’s highest award for both the advancement and support of women and the advancement and support of minorities.
Four years ago, he was selected as CEO and Chair of Baker Donelson, which is one of the 100 largest law firms in the country. In these positions, he has led the Firm through significant organizational change, growth, and the global pandemic.
He continues leading Baker Donelson through its five-year BakerVision 2028 strategy, and the execution of its Diversity & Inclusion Compact.
As a self-professed “leadership junkie”, Tim’s journey to stepping up as a leader began thirty years ago as a young lawyer after disappointing a boss with an epic failure. The boss challenged Tim (after significant yelling and tough love!) by saying he saw Tim as a strong young leader who needed to recognize that he was a leader and step up to own his work, his career, and his ambitions