Find your way to business development coaching success by learning the skills and techniques necessary to turn lawyers into rainmakers.
This course offers an excellent opportunity to learn the techniques firsthand that drive success at law firms, as well as a chance to practice newfound skills directly with Karen B. Kahn, an instructor whose insight has allowed business development coaches to overcome challenges and build opportunities time and time again.
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Taught by psychologist and renowned coach Karen B. Kahn, this class aims to build a strong foundation for business development coaches. By going over each of the necessary skills, this course will provide business development coaches with tangible steps and techniques that they can use in real life- not just an overview of the theories. Each class will cover the content and background necessary for each skill, followed by an opportunity to actually practice those skills and techniques and a debrief of the practice sessions.
Karen Kahn EdD PCC, a psychologist and certified coach, has taught coaching at several of the most prestigious coaching programs. Over the years, she has also taught a variety of psychology courses for many colleges and universities.
Creator of the highly-acclaimed business development methodology described in her book: Daunting to DOable: You CAN Make It Rain and 100 Steps to DOable, and with more than 20 years of experience working exclusively with law firms, Karen is excited to work with Good2BSocial to offer a comprehensive, Business Development Coaching for Lawyers certification program.
“Business development coaching blends traditional business development techniques with strategic thinking and methodologies to help attorneys cultivate their identities as rainmakers and become active participants in the competitive legal marketplace,” Karen says. “Given the unique personalities, values, and career goals of each lawyer and the distinctive cultures and business development objectives of each law firm, it is essential that a coach challenge and encourage attorneys to obtain both a macro and micro understanding of the professional world around her/him and then help them create a way to consistently execute a coherent plan all within the pressures of daily client service. Not an easy task! The complexity of these components makes it essential that a coach, whether employed inside or outside of a law firm, possess skills and specialized know-how.”
Karen’s extensive knowledge of individual growth and learning, organizational development and processes, and the constantly changing legal marketplace makes her especially well-positioned to help coaches expand their coaching knowledge into the highly-focused and complex business development arena.