So you guarantee your place on the short list. This means knowing how to create legal pitch documents that make the right impression.
You are there to win. Stand out; engage with your client and make an impact. That is what wins you the work. We give you the business development training you need.
At seminars and conferences you are judged by your performance. New customers make judgments about your law firm based on your presentations.
Our legal business development training team helps you craft your story, develop your presentation and polish your delivery style.
“This training has contributed directly to new business – including a new FTSE100 client.”
Michelle Elstein Head of Business Development, Olswang LLP
Like this, you build the business development skills and confidence you need to create and deliver better more persuasive pitches.
We want to make a real different to the impact you make and improve the influence you have.
At BBA we focus on every aspect of your pitch – to make sure it is persuasive. We examine how you prepare; how you write persuasive proposals; the words you use; how you engage with your client; how you structure your presentation; your materials and how you handle tough questions.
The advice you receive results in better understanding, strengthened skills and increased confidence. You learn how easy it is to be a persuasive lawyer – when you use the right tools.
We are members of LETG and have worked with many leading European firms including Olswang, SRZ & Gibson Dunn.
All our training is tailored to your exact needs. We get to understand you and what you want to achieve. We have run training session for lawyers that last from 1 hour to many days. We typically work at your offices; either 1:1 or in small groups. We’ve been working with one law firm for five years.
Call or email us today.
Call Louise Angus, Client Services Director today to discuss how we can help:
Phone: 020 7018 0922
All these are in-house and tailored coaching / training programmes. They can be run 1:1 or for small groups in-house. (Not ‘open’ courses).