Leadership Coaching for Lawyers

A one or two sentence summary of what you do and who you do it for.

Connect with your customers challenges and frustrations

As humans we can get so stuck in our own problems, that we can’t see the solution right in front of our face. That’s why we need to connect with the challenges and frustrations our ideal customer is facing BEFORE we jump into detail about how you can help them. Once you’ve shown you understand and empathise with their challenges, you can then start to sew seeds of hope for the future.

Paint a positive vision of the future

Bold promise

A specific benefit your clients can expect if they work with you.

Bold promise

A specific benefit your clients can expect if they work with you.

Bold promise

A specific benefit your clients can expect if they work with you.

Explain why you are the best person to help them

This is where you can present yourself as the guide who can help them solve their frustrations and achieve some sort of positive outcome. It’s your chance to explain how your unique combination of experiences, approach or qualifications make you different. We want to keep this section super-short, linking through to the ‘About’ page for more information if required.

Present a simple solution

We’ve discussed the problems the visitor is facing. We now need to present your services so that they obviously solve those problems.

What people say

“A one sentence testimonial from someone who thinks you are awesome!”

NAME, COMPANY

“A one sentence testimonial from someone who thinks you are awesome!”

NAME, COMPANY

“A one sentence testimonial from someone who thinks you are awesome!”

NAME, COMPANY

Close with a simple invitation to take action

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