This CLE is being presented by the MCB Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Section and is pending approval for 1.0 hours of General credit.
As a practicing attorney you may find yourself struggling with balancing your time between practice hours and client work, while not losing focus on the business development side of your practice to benefit firm attorneys and client services.
We will cover 3 strategies to help your law firm’s practice and in-turn, how to create leverage and opportunities.
James Pagano is a Certified Executive Coach with focus on small business and self-employed service professionals including attorneys with 0 to 25 employees.
Since 2013 James has run his coaching practice in Charlotte, NC, where he is able to deliver a practical and proven strategic process where he and his clients work together on three key areas of business/practice success and sustainability. These include 1) optimizing results and performance, 2) maximizing time and prioritization, and 3) refining an influential network of key relationships.
James hold a B.S. in medical communications from Stockton University, a certification in executive coaching from the Center for Executive Coaching, a certification in the Strategic Mindset Coaching process from The Growth Coach, and a certification of behavioral consulting from The Institute of Motivational Living.
The views and opinions are not necessarily those of the 26th Judicial District Bar.
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