Susan Letterman White

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So far Susan Letterman White has created 25 blog entries.
26January, 2017

How to Start an Innovative Business Plan for Your Law Practice

You need the essential building blocks to create an innovative law practice.
Once you have your vision statement developed, you’re ready start planning to get there. If you still need to identify your vision of career success, find out how to start in this recent post.

A business plan is like a map or outline that explains the big-picture perspective […]

11January, 2017

Annual Planning for Your Career as a Lawyer

To compete as a lawyer, you need a vision defining your future success. And then you plan to reach it.
Strategic career movement requires you to (1) set aside time, (2) clarify next steps, (3) invest in deep work, and (4) build your external reputation. Career and business plans do not need to be complex and complicated. […]

22December, 2016

5 Tips for Lawyers to Notice More Business Opportunities

If you take these proactive steps to improve your ability to notice, you’ll find more business opportunities for your law practice.
People talk about IQ and emotional intelligence. Now, it’s time to talk about innovation intelligence. Innovation and change begins by locating opportunities for personal, career, or business growth. It’s difficult to innovate and change if […]

16November, 2016

4 Steps to Innovate Your Law Practice with Design Thinking

Lawyers are in a competitive market. To enjoy competing, you need to innovate your law practice. To innovate, try this: The IDEA Strategy Model.
To harness innovation, you need to leverage design thinking. The IDEA Strategy Model is a way to start designing new processes and learning insights immediately. You can learn to expand your thinking and […]

22September, 2016

4 Steps to Recruiting + Hiring Law Firm Employees Successfully

Hiring law firm employees is one of the milestones along the journey to a successful and profitable practice.

The need often arises quickly when the warning bell of too much work and too little time rings loudly. The biggest mistake is hiring the first person with a reasonable resume. The better course of action is to […]