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Dec 12, 2000


Law Firm Retreats

Question:

Why are more legal firms using management retreats?

Response: 

Retreats provide management with the method for resolving major concerns quickly and efficiently. You can get solutions to reducing wasteful costs, tips on increasing client satisfaction and, techniques for improving bottom line revenues, an honest exchange of ideas and a lot more. What do you have to invest? A little time, money and some hard work. It's a small price to pay for taking a step toward being on the cutting edge.

Dr. Thomas J. Venardos

Oct 12, 2000


Committment To Higher Standards and Higher Education

Question:

How can we effect change in our law firms?

Response:

Changing professionals and law firms takes a personal commitment on the part of the staff involved. It requires a deep sense of wanting to invest in themselves. This type of investment demands long-term professional commitment with an understanding that time and money must be invested. If you want to yield real results with bottom line gains, the commitment must come from the professionals in the law firm.

Dr. Thomas J. Venardos

Oct 08, 2000


Law Firm Image

Question:

How does image tie into a law firm's marketing program?

Response:

Image is important to every profession. In particular, law firms need to have a good image within the community served. Therefore, today, it is necessary for a law firm to improve upon their image by being viewed by the community as professionals who make a contribution. This contribution can come in several ways: as support to the community, driect involvement in the community or by creating involvement that the community can become a part of.

Dr. Thomas J. Venardos

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