Enquiry management: Converting more telephone enquiries with basic sales training

Posted on: July 25, 2019 Enquiry management: Converting more telephone enquiries with basic sales training

At a “Business development for lawyers” course a while back the topic that the delegates asked me to write about was that of converting telephone enquiries. More recently, at a practice development course for private client solicitors, the same issue arose and other insights were shared at a recent in-house workshop on the topic. So […]

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10 tips on price communications for professionals

Posted on: April 28, 2016 Price communication for professionals

When I talk to professionals about price communications there appears to be some confusion between two separate activities. First, there needs to be a pricing strategy – I’ve addressed this in various blogs (see, for example, http://kimtasso1.wpengine.com/the-pricing-and-value-of-legal-services/) – which might include premium pricing for a skimming strategy or a lower price to achieve rapid penetration. Establishing […]

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Legal market research – Perceptions and needs of consumers and small businesses

Posted on: April 24, 2016

I regularly facilitate a public training session for CLT on “Client care, service excellence and retention” http://www.clt.co.uk/course/Client-Care-Service-Excellence-and-Retention/. During the workshop we spend time considering various legal market research reports. I have blogged a lot about commercial client research and the needs of general counsel in the past (see the related links below). This blog supplements […]

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