Small Firm SIG Workshop: Being a Trusted Advisor - January 14

Small Firm SIG Workshop - Being a Trusted Advisor
January 14th
12:00-1:15 pm
Brown Bag Luncheon

Davis, Malm & D'Agostine
One Boston Place | 37th Floor
RSVP: Katherine Scobbo (KScobbo@ferriterscobbo.com)


Join the LMANE Small Firm SIG on January 14th for a unique and exclusive workshop “Being a Trusted Advisor.”

Building trust is an essential element of any relationship.  As legal marketers, we aim to ultimately become trusted advisors to the attorneys in our firm.  Stewart Hirsch will facilitate a highly interactive workshop that will enhance the participants’ trustworthiness by using the elements of the Trust Equation, as well as two other trust-building models.  Each participant will have the opportunity to take the Trust Quotient Assessment in advance, so we can jump right in! Information for the assessment will be sent to all registered attendees, compliments of Trusted Advisor Associates.

About the speaker:
Stewart Hirsch is a former firm and in-house lawyer, and business development and executive coach.  He is Managing Director of Strategic Relationships LLC, and heads the coaching practice for Trusted Advisor Associates LLC.   Stewart writes a monthly column for InsideCounsel Magazine, and is a frequent speaker for numerous organizations, including the Women, Influence & Power in Law Network, Mass Bar, Texas Bar, AIPLA, Women’s Bar Association, and many law firms, and he will be speaking with Caroline Turner, former GC of Coors, and author of Difference Works at the annual ALA Conference in May.   His clients include large and small law firms, Big Four accounting firms, and consulting firms.  He has produced and edited LMA’s Ask the Authorities column and has been the Professional Development Chair for LMA New England for more than 5 years.

Please note: this program has been extended by 15 minutes to allow time for both the workshop and discussion.

 

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