We're here to help you make the most out of who you are and what you want to accomplish. No oversized three ring binders with strategic plans that collect shelf dust.
Focused. Practical. Individualized.
TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Success comes with working constantly at skills development and process improvement. Not once a year or when time permits. Training and development drives success.
Not a complicated theory.
We assist our clients - solo practitioners and small firms - with website development and ongoing services.
We utilize specially designed templates from a small boutique firm in the United Kingdom.
With experience in the Collaborative Practice arena - we can help you design a workable and measurable strategic plan. No generic or vanilla marketing gimmicks developed years ago that ignore changes in technology, demographics, or your practice.
You don't need "a top 10 ways to market your practice" - we help you find your way.
TRAINING FOR COLLABORATIVE GROUPS
Our subject matter experts provide training and information in the areas of financial programs, Social Security, Medicaid and other governmental programs that impact family law.
Additional sessions and webinars are available in the areas of public speaking, event marketing, public outreach, and graphic design.
SPECIALIZED WEBSITE SUPPORT
We also perform website development and ongoing maintenance for Collaborative Process practice groups, individuals and regional associations, at a significant discount.
Our approach is fairly simple: we support professionals in a process we also believe in. It's not just a business model - it's our passion.
GRAPHICS & VIDEO PARTNERS
We know what we don't know...
We have teamed up with several of the best graphic consultants and video production experts to make your visual messages reflect your style and brand. Our graphic design partners have experience with logos, branding and written materials that reflect the Collaborative Process and our videographers understand the value of imagery and client connectivity.
Recent research suggest 65 percent of the population are "visual learners."
You can't afford to be communicating with outdated methods.