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  • By Published On: February 20, 2024Categories: attorney coaching, law firm management, leadership

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  • Networking is an essential tool for growing your law practice. But for many lawyers, networking is right up there with getting root canal or spending time in a Porta Potty. [...]

  • The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership – Harvey S. Firestone What gets measured gets done — Peter Drucker (and others) About a year ago, [...]

  • A few months ago, I was doing a workshop on business development for a client. One of the participants was the managing partner who asked me: "What is the most [...]

  • What information should you be collecting about clients, referral sources, and people you meet through networking and why? I put that question to ChatGPT . Here are the impressive results.  [...]

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