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The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching

The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching
Product Code: 5110735
About the Author: Andrew Elowitt
Publication Date: April 2012
ISBN: 978-1-61438-295-9
Page Count: 179
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Sponsoring Entities: Law Practice Division
Topics: Career Development, General Practice, Law Practice Management, Management / Organizational Skills, Reference
Format: Book - 5110735
Pricing: $79.95 (Regular)
$47.95 (Law Practice Division) ABA Members, Log in now to receive this discount!
About The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching

Become more efficient and profitable in your law practice by employing a professional coach. The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching will teach you to find, select, and work productively with the right coach for your needs--and transform your practice in the process. Learn how to get the most out of coaching, decide whether coaching is right for you and your firm, and use coaching skills when you manage, mentor, and collaborate with client and colleagues. This book will help you:

  • Learn why coaching has become so popular--and necessary
  • Hire a qualified coach
  • Understand how coaches differ from consultants, therapists, and trainers
  • Know what to expect from coaching conversations and engagements
  • Use a professional coach to improve your bottom line
  • Get the best return on your coaching investment
Praise for The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching

"At long last, the ABA has published a book about coaching for lawyers. . . . Elowitt does an excellent job providing an overview of the basics, including why a lawyer would need a coach, how coaching works, why coaching is more than a fad, and how to select a coach."--Roy Ginsburg,

"The practice of law is a job, a profession, or a calling. Under any definition, our practice can reach enhanced levels of efficiency and profitability with help from an experienced attorney-coach. This is the underlying message of The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching, a playbook for any lawyer or law firm considering using a coach to enhance bottom-line performance and quality of life. . . . [The book] reflects Elowitt's good-natured and enthusiastic approach to working with Am Law 100 law firms and individual clients alike."--Panda Kroll, Ventura County attorney specializing in employment law