The 3 Ways to Persuade Lawyers
Let’s say you want to buy new technology, or launch a social media initiative, or overhaul your compensation system. Or maybe you want to rebrand your firm or upgrade your website. Perhaps you’d like to develop a firm-wide training effort or create a pro bono program. Or just do something small like updating your forms.
There are three basic ways to persuade lawyers to approve your idea:
- Push them into the new idea
- Convince them everyone is doing it
- Educate them, help them see it’s better
This video details the three approaches, recommending “Education” as the best option. It’s a one-minute excerpt from an hour-long program Ross presented recently to the LMA’s Los Angeles and Century City chapters.
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