The 12-Minute MBA for Lawyers

  • ID: 2112983
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 127 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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Stop ignoring the business side of your practice! Take a look around you. You will see two types of lawyers: those who look down their noses at the practical aspects of the profession, and those who continue to grow and prosper, year in and year out. What do these successful barristers know that most don't? It is the indisputable fact that today's lawyers need to master the fundamentals of business in order to be and remain successful. Marketing, cost/benefit analysis and personnel relations are all key ingredients to a thriving practice.

"The 12 Minute MBA for Lawyers" will tell you what you need to know to build a successful practice through persuasive communication skills, leadership, team-building, conflict resolution, financial planning strategies, negotiating skills, interviewing and hiring skills.

The practice of law IS a business. You've got the legal skills, now get the business tools you need with "The 12-Minute MBA for Lawyers".
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Chapter 1: Persuasive Communication
Chapter 2: Leadership
Chapter 3: Teamwork
Chapter 4: Conflict Resolution
Chapter 5: Strategic and Tactical Planning Skills
Chapter 6: Negotiating Skills
Chapter 7: Understanding Financial Issues
Chapter 8: Interviewing and Hiring Skills

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Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson’s firm, Medical Education Training Associates, helps lawyers, doctors, bankers and other professionals run their businesses. Johnson’s lectures and training sessions are in high demand nationally. He began his career as a high school teacher and went on to become Vice President of Education & Training for United States Surgical Corporation.

Andy Thibault

Andy Thibault is an award-winning columnist for Law Tribune Newspapers and a veteran investigative reporter and feature writer. Thibaults work appears in many publications including Connecticut Magazine and Northeast Magazine. He manages an endowment for teen-age writers in Connecticut and also edits an international business newsletter.
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