YOU INC.- Five Key Steps to take Your Law Practice to the Next Level in Less Time and with Greater Results
Wherever you are in your career as an attorney, it’s never been more challenging to develop new business. The unfortunate truth is that you must look at your practice as a business to ensure it not only survives but also thrives.
In this interactive workshop, attorney business coach Steve Fretzin will teach you how to better plan, execute and follow through on your business development efforts to grow a successful and sustainable business.
Talking points will include:
- Time management to drive balance in your business and in your life
- Developing a solid marketing plan to obtain real results
- Creating a personal brand that helps you compete
- Networking with purpose
Steve’s methodologies have been proven effective by hundreds of lawyers around the country, many of them doubling or even tripling their books of business after engaging him. To learn more, visit: www.fretzin.com
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 7:45am - 9:00am. Amata Law Offices at 180 N. LaSalle Street
CLE: Yes, 1-hour of general credit
Continental breakfast is included
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Driven, focused and passionate about helping attorneys to reach their full potential, Steve Fretzin is regarded as the premier lawyer coach, law firm marketer, and keynote speaker on business growth for attorneys. Over the past 15 years, Steve Fretzin has devoted his career to helping law firms and lawyers master the art of business development and marketing to achieve their business goals and the peace of mind that comes with developing a successful law practice. In addition to writing three books on legal marketing and business development, Steve has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Crain’s and Entrepreneur.com. He has appeared on NBC News, WGN Radio and has written articles for Attorney at Law Magazine, the National Law Review, the American Bar Association, and the Illinois State Bar Association. You can also find his monthly column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.