LawVision INSIGHTS Blog

Archive for September, 2013

Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Training & Coaching

Law Firm Business Development: Branding and Brochures Are Not The Answer

Law firms have a great opportunity to differentiate themselves from the competition.  However, I am struck by how few law firms have changed

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Posted In: Leadership & Culture Assessments, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Efficiency, Culture and Cholera?

My colleague, Jessa Baker, and I have discussed promoting a culture of efficiency in our blogs over the last few months and suggested

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Training & Coaching

Client Service Means Making It Easy for Clients to Connect With You

Creating strong client experiences can be quite simple.  One way to do this is to be accessible.  If you’ve ever scrambled to find

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Posted In: Business Development Coaching, Training & Coaching

Business Development Success: Winning over clients who are already satisfied with current counsel

Recently, a client hired me to conduct a survey of general counsel in a defined local market.  The survey sought, among other things,

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Posted In: Practice Group Management, Strategy, Talent Strategy

Promoting a Culture of Efficiency in Law Firms: The Link to Talent Development

In our most recent blogs, my colleague Carla Landry and I examined how law firms can successfully promote a culture of efficiency.   Whether

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Posted In: Legal Project Management & Process Improvement, Practice Group Management, Process Improvement, Strategy, Talent Strategy

It’s Time to Spend Money to Make Money

Whenever the growth in demand for legal services slows (and it cannot get much slower than right now), we hear from many law

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