What is Coaching?-Listen to Steve Seckler on the 1958 Lawyer Podcast

Click here to listen to my conversation with Ron Bockstahler on the 1958 Lawyer

I was very pleased to be a guest on Ron Bockstahler‘s 1958 Lawyer Podcast. If you are wondering what coaching is and how it can help you achieve greater marketing success or career satisfaction, then please listen in. Ron did a great job of getting me to articulate what I do.

If you run a small law practice, Ron is someone you should get to know. Through Amata Law Office Suites, Ron offers affordable office space to attorneys in the Chicago area. More importantly, Ron’s team offer affordable paralegal and admin support to lawyers and law firms all over the country. I met Ron through ProVisors a few months ago and already some of my clients are using his services to “buy what they need” and control their expenses. Click here to listen in or find it wherever you get your podcasts.

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What is Coaching? Listen to Two Mock Sessions with a Master!

Wondering what coaching really is?  In two recent episodes of the Counsel to Counsel Podcast, Beth Masterman (who’s name is very fitting), coaches Steve, a 9th year associate at an AmLaw100 firm. Steve (who is played by Steve Seckler), has been passed over for partnership and is is trying to assess his career options.

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Coaching to the Next Level-My Guest Appearance on the “Be That Lawyer” Podcast

While I usually sit in the interviewer seat during podcasts, I was very pleased to be a guest on Steve Fretzin’s podcast, Be That Lawyer.  Steve and I discus:

*The importance of relationship building in selling professional services
*The challenges and issues that lawyers face in making career transitions or in growing a law practice, and,
*The Next Stage, my new coaching program for senior lawyers who are thinking about What Comes Next.

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A New Year, A New Decade, A New Chapter!

My mother-in-law once said to me “life stage is a compelling force“.  As we enter 2020, I now have two children out of college and one well on her way.  I have therefore decided that this is a great time to leave Marc Z Legal and return full-time to Seckler Legal Recruiting and Coaching.

As I have done for over 20 years, I will continue to focus on recruiting partners, associates and in-house counsel for law firms, life sciences and technology companies.  I will also continue to coach a broad cross section of the bar on marketing and career issues.

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How Coaching Can Advance Your Career Success and Happiness

How can coaching help attorneys find more career success and happiness? Ask Beth J. Masterman of Masterman Executive Coaching! I interview Beth in the latest episode of the Counsel to Counsel podcast (find it wherever you listen to podcasts or visit the podcast homepage) Beth provides a great overview of what coaching is, how it works, what issues are suitable for coaching, how to find a coach, etc.  I recently reconnected with Beth at Provisors , a great business networking group I joined this past Spring and she has been very generous in helping me rethink my own coaching practice. No surprise that she was named Number One Executive Coach by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. legalcareers executivecoaching lawyers

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Group Coaching with SLC Jumpstart

For over 15 years, I have been coaching individual lawyers and other professionals on how to be more successful in generating business.  Now, for the first time, I am offering Group Coaching with SLC Jumpstart to small interdisciplinary groups of up to 5 professionals. To read more about the program, click here or contact me … Read more

Are You Addicted to Success?

Are you placing too much emphasis on professional achievement in order to derive your own self esteem. That was the diagnosis offered in the WSJ (subscription req.)–way back in early 2009 when we thought hoped 2010 would be a big year for job growth. While there is nothing wrong with striving for high levels of … Read more

A Plug…for Me

In general, I don’t think it is a good idea to use a blog to sell your services (at least not overtly). If you blog regularly and provide good content, readers will see that you are knowledgeable about your subject area and that you are ready, willing and able to share your wisdom. Self promotion … Read more