Most courses just give you an overview or a lot of theory...but do you want practical skills? Become a Certified Legal Process Improvement Professional today at https://www.lawstrategycoach.com/courses/legal-process-improvement-for-law-firms
Every person has a "brand," which can be either positive or negative. As legal professionals, we want to stand out in a professional way. Tea Hoffmann explains how to build and sustain a positive personal brand in this course. https://www.lawstrategycoach.com/courses/creating-your-personal-brand
Which kind of programming is more effective for learning? Do you include networking and the social aspect of to be part of learning?
1. In-person - “in real life”
2. Virtual / live learning
3. Asynchronous learning.
You probably already know that increasing your efficiency is the single greatest driver of law firm profitability. Get where you want to go faster with the practice accelerator course: https://www.lawstrategycoach.com/courses/practice-accelerator-gimbal
Tea Hoffmann discusses the importance of regular client communication in this week's Two Minute Tuesday. Lawyers must regularly communicate with their clients, and lack of communication is the most common cause for lawyers to be terminated. https://youtu.be/oEpfcCHnfXs
Your law firm is a business, and your budget and cash flow should be your plan for sustainability.
In this course, Brenda Barnes guides students on the budgeting process: https://www.lawstrategycoach.com/courses/budgeting-workshop
Being more productive means spending more time, energy, and attention on making progress on the stuff that matters. If your actions are aligned with what matters to you the most, then you’re being productive.
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