It is our goal to help you develop not just one communication letting your clients and colleagues know how your business will operate during the pandemic, but to help you put a proactive communications plan into action; one that will span the next many months.
For further information on this topic, please join us on our up-coming webinar hosted by author Kristy Gusick called “Toxic Client Relationships: Learn how and When to Disengage” which is scheduled for Thursday, March 26th 11:30am – 12:15pm CDT. Kristy has been working within and for professional service firms since 1994 and has been a partner at the marketing firm, PSM Marketing since 2012. As a part of her work with many clients, she often helps them develop and implement strategies around identifying and removing toxic clients – then replacing them with new A-Level clients.
Since its inception over 20 years ago, PSM Marketing has been a true virtual marketing firm. Early on, PSM allowed for flexible work hours, remote working, video conferencing, and overall work-life balance back when those concepts were truly novel in most corporate settings. This progressive business model has helped establish PSM as a true thought leader in the Twin Cities business community. Today, workplace culture is shifting to include the desires of Gen Xers and Millennials; two generations that prioritize work-life balance. So why does this model work so well? What magic did PSM tap into way before it was cool? Let’s explore.
Read Terrie’s full article here > Spring has sprung! And with the warm weather comes more opportunities for us to get out and get together. The great weather and plethora of outdoor activities in the spring and summer makes them prime seasons for more networking opportunities. There are a few things you can do to […]
You’ve done the work, put in the time, and graduated from law school. Now you can begin your career as a successful attorney in private practice! It’s an exciting time for any new lawyer, with endless possibilities and myriad paths to take. One thing will always apply for any new lawyer, though, and that’s the importance of marketing yourself and your skill set.