Brooke has been teaching and training for 17 years. She has been responsible for recruiting and training interns at a small non-profit, work-study staff of twenty at a dance school, and small legal staff at a law firm. She has also taught dance and worked with small children throughout the years.
Brooke loves teaching, especially empowering people with tools to make their teams and enterprises more successful.
Brooke managed intakes and sales for many years at a DC law firm and used her experience to develop intake, sales, and follow-up systems as well as training others in these disciplines. She has spent most of her career working for law firms and now specializes in recruiting, training, and business systems, using a 360-degree approach to help law firms grow.
Brooke loves to be outside and in her free time, you will find her at the beach, riding horseback, or working in the yard.
Most attorneys start their firms assuming that being a really, really good attorney should, in and of itself, be a marketing advantage. Those attorneys believe that joining a whole bunch of committees and putting their name in lawyer directories is “marketing,” and they never bother to ask if there is a better way.
Attorneys are catching on, however, and those who succeed learn to leverage their current resources to create effective (and ethical) marketing. What they discover isn’t a magic pill or silver bullet but a different approach to marketing that your competitors haven’t considered.