n Tuesday, September 14th at 1:00pm ET/10:00am PT, LexBlog continues its quarterly webinar series aimed at educating Associate attorneys and those who provide guidance to them. LexBlog CEO & Publisher Kevin O’Keefe will be joined again by nationally recognized client development coach Cordell Parvin.
Unlike many other law firm consultants, Cordell has done what he teaches. Having practiced law for 37 years, Cordell has experienced the challenges facing attorneys and uses that experience to help provide solutions.
This webinar focuses specifically on making the time for client development. Whether it be blogging or other forms of client development, the biggest frustration voiced by attorneys—and Associate attorneys in particular—is finding the time to step away from billable hours to achieve the type of success they strive to attain in this realm.
Plain and simple, career and client development success cannot be achieved in whatever time is left over at the end of the week.
On this webinar, Cordell and Kevin will discuss, amongst other things:
- Motivating yourself to make time for client development.
- How spending ten hours a week on client and career development will determine the overall quality of your career.
- How to figure out the best way to spend your 10 hours a week.
- What you can do when you are really busy.
Similar to the previous webinar in this series, this presentation will be entirely dialogue-based as Cordell and Kevin answer your questions on making time for client development.
Please send your questions in advance to email@example.com or in this post’s comments. You can also pose your questions during the webinar through a few different channels.
- Again, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You can pose questions using the chat interface on the webinar program.
- Also in the webinar program, you can raise your hand and ask the question over the phone.
- And finally, you can ask questions via Twitter using the #lxbnw hashtag.
As always, we’ll be recording this webinar. So, if you can’t attend, feel free to visit the Lexblog Support Site and view at your convenience.