Recently, I attended a presentation about the Follow-Up Factor given by Steve Smith, of Growth Source Coaching. Steve talked about the importance of following up with potential clients. According to Steve, only 12% of professionals continue to follow-up after the first time. I found that number to be shockingly low. Continue reading From Potential to Client: The Process of Enhancing Relationships
The following is an interview with Jeffrey Verdon, managing partner of the Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group based in Newport Beach, California. Jeff has been living and expanding the firm’s brand for years. The firm’s band, The Fusion of planning and protection, is an evergreen part of how the firm operates, treats their clients and expands their practice. Jeff is a testament to how a thoughtful and meaningful brand can be a successful living concept which truly reflects what a firm stands for and is all about. Continue reading The Living Breathing Brand of the Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group
What makes a lawyer valuable enough to make partner these days? Of course having a significant amount of business is a major criteria for consideration in order to be elevated to equity partner. But Am Law 100 firms to small local firms all seem to agree that there are other contributions lawyers can deliver to make them an “A” player at their firms; a position that is valued quite highly. There seems to be a shift in law firm management strategy to make certain no attorney is blindsided by what it takes to be invited to stay. Continue reading Choose me! Choose me!
037: Merry Neitlich of Extreme Marketing discusses Strategies for Successful Business Development
1 July 28, 2014 by Miranda McCroskey
What supports a Lawpreneur? Listen to Merry Neitlich of Extrememarketing.org as she talks about strategies for successful business development in today’s marketplace. Continue reading Merry Discusses Some History About Law Firm Business Development