DATE: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
TIME: 11:00 am - 1:00 PM
104 Marietta St., NW, #100, Atlanta, GA 30303
(Reserved Conference Room)
COST: FREE FOR PAID GAPABA MEMBERS, Lunch Provided. Not a member of GAPABA? Join NOW
RSVP REQUIRED by Friday, March 17, 2017
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The ability to inspire trust or public confidence - especially in prospective clients - stems as much from our use of technology-driven, efficient practices as from the legal expertise provided. While underutilizing technology can stagnate the operational efficiency of a law practice (for example, the loss of billable hours spent searching for a misplaced file or reproducing lost work), the ineffective use of technology (missing calendar invites, misplacing emails, duplicate contacts, and even online faux pass) does more than waste time. For engendering client trust, they're the equivalent of a thousand paper cuts.
This workshop is tailored to small firm practice leaders interested in building better business relationships. Using Stephen Covey’s “The Speed of Trust” as a framework, we’ll explore the TechTools (mobile apps, browser extensions, web-based programs/SaaS) that can help to save time, facilitate productive collaborations, and deliver value.
Combining over 17 years experience in the education, small business, and non-profit sectors, Nichole G. Arnault, Principal of Everyday Genius, LLC, is quite simply a growth hacker. Adept at turning ideas into actions, this problem-solving ninja shifts from macro-to-micro in a nano(second) as she zeros in on creative ways to maximize the impact on their target markets.
Working with solopreneurs, small business owners, and practice leaders, Nichole drives organizational growth by providing business development and online marketing strategies as well as relationship-focused tech(geek) solutions. Consider her the proverbial ace in your back-pocket, bridging the gap between where you are and where you want to be.