Bill Jawitz, Esq.Bill is the founder of SuccessTrackESQ and has been working exclusively with attorneys since 2002. He coaches attorneys how to run their practices more successfully and profitably while becoming happier practitioners in the process.A frequent CLE presenter who consistently receives high scores for content and style, Bill has conducted over 90 programs for numerous Bar Associations throughout the country, and is regularly engaged by law firms and corporate legal departments to guide them on wide-ranging practice management and client development initiatives.
Matthew V. Portella, Esq.The Law Office of Matthew V. Portella, LLC, Pleasantville and Haddonfield
Learn how to elevate your practice by spending more time on the right things and better managing the unrelenting flow of electronic communication.
Join the ranks of hundreds of New Jersey attorneys who have taken this course and now know how to manage and organize their time and information flow more effectively. Learn how to practice more efficiently so you have more control over your life and career.While none of us can “get,” “have,” or “make” more time, we can learn to manage our environment, routines, boundaries, and choices more wisely as we move through our days.
At this seminar, you will learn, among other critical skills, how to prioritize, organize, delegate, and minimize interruptions so you can devote more time to serving clients and developing new ones – while being less stressed and more effective in the process. You will also learn specific strategies, tactics, and tools to help you get far greater control of your e-mail and texts.
Bill Jawitz of SuccessTrack, LLC, teaches Productivity Bootcamp. Bill is a legal consultant with over 15 years of experience coaching attorneys to improve their productivity and profitability in an entertaining and approachable way.
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