Make Your Next Law Firm Retreat More Productive
Getting away from the office for an afternoon, a day or even a series of days is an annual tradition at many law firms. It's concentrated time set aside for colleagues to connect with each other, become inspired by the firm's leadership, and to learn about the firm's goals for the year.
It's also an excellent time to schedule in seminars like Roy Ginsburg's business development and client service programs that earn ethics CLE credits:
Build Your Practice: A Roadmap to Effective, Ethical Business Development
Retain Your Clients: A Roadmap to Effective, Ethical Client Service
These interactive sessions are fun, engaging and draw on class movie scenes to illustrate and reinforce the program's principles. Lawyers will learn how to:
- stand out from the competition
- find new clients
- increase business from current clients
- generate referrals
- exceed client expectations
Business development and client service programs can be tailored to the amount of time devoted to the subjects - from one hour to one full day. Lawyers will return to work energized and ready to apply new learning to their individual marketing and client service efforts - contributing to the firm's profitability.
Learn Practice-Enhancing Tools While Earning Ethics CLE Credits
Lawyers will reap double the benefits when one (or two) of Roy's seminars is on the retreat docket. They'll earn CLE ethics credits - in any state - while learning creative ways to grow and maintain their book of business.
Profitable Programs for Any Practice and Any Level
Roy tailors his presentations to the needs of specific practice areas and levels of experience. Partners who want to take their marketing efforts to the next level, as well as associates who are learning their responsibility for marketing their practice, will all benefit.
It Pays to be Good
For a change of pace, Roy also conducts a one-hour keynote called The Business Case for Pro Bono - Make Pro Bono an Integral Part of Your Success. This program demonstrates how taking on pro bono work is not only the right thing to do, but also sharpens individual legal skills and exposes the firm to prospective new clients.
“We hired Roy to do a presentation on attorney marketing for my firm’s annual retreat. His expertise, enthusiasm and sense of humor made for a highly entertaining and worthwhile event that was well-received by the attendees. You won't walk out of one of Roy's seminars without at least two or three good ideas to incorporate into your practice.”
Partner, mid-sized Houston firm
When your firm plans its next retreat, contact Roy for ideas on how to make it even more fruitful.