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 Export to Your Calendar 11/17/2020
When: Tuesday, November 17, 2020
1:00 PM Central
Where: United States
Contact: Emma Buell


Online registration is available until: 11/16/2020
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How to Turn Video Conferences into Great Experiences

$15 for the Live Session; $25 for the Live Session + Recording; $15 for the Recording Only

Video conferencing is supposed to be the new normal equivalent of office meetings, team meetings, fun meetings and all the other collegial aspects of in-person in-office work. But for many people participation in video conferences is a downer, leaving them feeling more alone and depressed than ever. This webinar will provide practical advice on ways to make video meetings more positive and successful for you and your colleagues.

You will learn:

  • How to manage your own intangible body language communications online
  • How to lead productive meetings
  • How to be a valued participant
  • Tips for successful video conference participation

In addition, this will be an interactive session in which participants will have the opportunity to learn and chat with each other in Zoom breakout rooms. To make the most of your experience, come ready to turn your camera on. We want you live - not hiding behind your avatar!

Webinar Speaker Bio

Carol Schiro Greenwald, Ph.D.
MarketingPartners
www.csgMarketingPartners.com
www.StrategicNetworking4Everyone.com
www.LinkedIn.com/in/CarolSchiroGreenwald
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Carol Schiro Greenwald, Ph.D. is a marketing and management strategist, trainer and marketing coach. She works with professionals and professional service firms to structure and implement growth programs that are targeted, strategic and practical.

  • Her book, Strategic Networking for Introverts, Extroverts and Everyone In-between (Law Practice Division, American Bar Association, January 2019) provides a training and coaching guide for linking networking activities with both personal and firm goals.
  • Her book, Build Your Practice the Logical Way – Maximize Your Client Relationships (with Steven Skyles-Mulligan, American Bar Association, 2012) provides a guide to creating a client-centric practice. The result is a firm differentiated from the competition by its client-centric culture, increasing their ability to attract and keep loyal clients.
  • Carol is a well- known, highly-regarded speaker and frequent contributor to legal periodicals on topics related to networking, marketing, business development and leadership.

Coaching/Training

Coach & Trainer:

  • Strategic networking for professionals, practice groups and firms interested in creating focused, cumulative, productive networking strategies.
  • Create a client service culture within a firm or individual practice by adding an understanding of what clients want to the culture and reward system

Leadership:

  • Work with individuals to boost their leadership capabilities, enhance their client management and business development skills and enable them to participate constructively in teams.
  • Coach professional firm leaders to use emotional intelligence leadership in their daily activities.

Business Development/Marketing

Strategic Planning:

  • Design business growth plans that reflect the goals of firms, project teams, practice groups, branch offices or individuals.

Strategic Networking:

  • Create programs that incorporate strategic networking activities that further the goals established in the individual’s or firm’s strategic plan.

Experience

Before starting her own consulting firm, MarketingPartners, in 2001, Carol worked at four major accounting and consulting firms [Richard A Eisner, LLP (now Eisner Amper), KPMG Peat Marwick, BDO Seidman, and Grant Thornton] and was in-house Marketing Director at Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan LLP [now Winston & Strawn] and Haight, Gardner, Poor & Havens [now Holland & Knight].

Carol also worked at Hamilton HMC, the health care consulting division of Kurt Salmon Associates, and was a consultant with the MarketForce division of Hildebrandt International. In her own consulting practice, she worked initially as a “rent-a-director” for many small and mid-size firms, and then moved into a consultant role providing strategic planning, coaching and training.

Carol is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management [COLPM]. She was, for many years, a contributor to and editor of Strategies, the Legal Marketing Association’s national publication. She is Past-President of the Legal Marketing Association, Metropolitan New York Chapter, and was a lecturer on the faculty of the New York University Marketing and Management Institute.

Education

  • B.A., cum laude, Smith College, Northampton, MA
  • M.A., international relations, Hunter College, City University of New York, CUNY
  • Ph.D., comparative constitutional and legal systems, The Graduate Center, CUNY
  • Eli Lilly Fellow, The Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College, postdoctoral research on the role of the U. S. Supreme Court and Congress regarding pregnancy disability and employment.

Professional and Civic Memberships

  • Member, Active, ABA Law Practice Division
  • Member, NYSBA Law Practice Management Committee
  • Member, Westchester County Bar Association, Law Practice Management Committee
  • Member, Board of Directors, Lifting Up Westchester
  • Member. Board of Directors, Mabel Mercer Foundation
  • Member, Board of Directors, Savvy Ladies
  • Executive Committee, Westchester Business Network
  • Member, Program Committee, Legal Marketing Association, New York Chapter
  • Member, Mercy College Legal Studies Advisory Committee

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