Whether your situation involves just the partners or the entire team, each Practice Advisor brings with them problem-solving experience in diverse areas such as setting strategic goals, firm financial planning, client development, succession planning, time management and staffing issues of every kind. Enormous progress can be made in as little as a half day or as much as a two day session.
Key Benefits of a Firm Retreat
- Solving the difficult issues that accompany difficult personalites
- Resolving complex succession problems
- Establishing new, more profitable firm directions
- Setting up new client development and/or time management strategies
- Building team morale and firm collegiality
How Does It Work?
Before the retreat. Each shareholder in the firm is interviewed confidentially to determine hidden problems and issues in addition to the commonly acknowledged ones.
At the retreat. The Practice Adviser offers guidance, insights and training on subject areas being discussed. Often this different viewpoint will inspire creative ideas from the attorneys and help the shareholders “think outside the box.”
After the retreat. The Practice Advisor will serve as the point person to make sure the firm is achieving its strategic goals.
What Attorneys Say
Greg Jones, Personal Injury/Mass Torts
Atticus helped me identify the trouble areas, increase revenue, set goals and help me manage my firm.
Butch Cersonsky, Commercial Trial Law
I like all the Atticus materials – and I’m very thankful for the work that Atticus does to help make my day better.
Robert Gluck, Personal Injury
My life is much more organized now – both at work and at home. I recommend Atticus to anyone in my situation.