How Coaching Helps Lawyers to Achieve Their Marketing (and Career) Goals


Coaching is a way to elevate performance in any field. Increasingly, lawyers are turning to coaching to develop skills they did not learn in law school. Lawyers use coaching to achieve greater marketing success. They turn to career coaches to find ways to get more satisfaction inside or outside the law.

Like a sports coach, a professional coach helps you set short term goals that are consistent with your long-term goals. A coach holds you accountable and acts as a sounding board. A coach provides a safe place to explore any obstacles that are preventing you from reaching your marketing or other goals.

In this 2001 article, Stephen Seckler describes some of the other attributes of coaching.

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