As coaches, we are used to, and in my view, probably prefer for a number of reasons, conducting our coaching sessions face-to-face. Not only does having direct, face-to-face contact allow us to be more present with our clients, it assists us to more easily establish the trust and rapport so critical for a successful coaching relationship,
I am often (more often than not!) assailed with questions from clients as to ‘what is coaching?’ and ‘how does coaching differ from …?’ Sadly, there appears to be a misconception as to what coaching is and its unique and transformative benefits. So – here it is in a nutshell – is what coaching is
“A highly engaged workforce means the difference between a company that outperforms its competitors and one that fails to grow” (Gallup.com) The Three Stone Cutters – A Parable (Author Unknown): A traveller came upon three individuals working with stone. Curious as to what these workers were doing, the traveller approached the first worker and asked, “What are
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” – Maya Angelou Many lawyers, perhaps as a result of their legal training and education, believe that the key ingredient for becoming a successful lawyer is to possess and demonstrate
How do you nail that pitch? Onboard that ‘blue-chip’ client? Here are a few proven guidelines (from someone who has been on the other side of the fence!): KNOW YOUR CLIENT Research research research. Who is your client? What industry do they operate in? What are the industry ‘pain points’ and trends?
If you need to improve your golf swing? What do you do? If you need to master that tennis stroke? What do you do? You hire a coach. So, why should it be any different when you need to grow your legal practice? Attract and retain the best legal talent? Get onto the partnership track?
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