Fireball Network Services for Lawyers

Business Coaching • Career Coaching • Workshops • Speaker Services • Wingwoman & Wingman Services

 Popular Topics:  Networking, Marketing, Branding, Communication, Presentations

Whether you’re a lawyer in private practice, public service, run your own firm, or work as in-house counsel, you must master the art of networking.  The best way to get ahead in your career is by building strategic, meaningful, long-term relationships. Fireball Network’s Services for Lawyers will inspire, educate, and empower you to develop relationships and access opportunities in any situation – in the boardroom, at the Bar Association, at a bar, or even at a the ballet barre.

Fireball Network Services for Lawyers

  • Network with confidence and ease
  • Initiate relationships and follow-up effectively
  • Make a high impact 1st impression
  • Leverage professional and personal experiences
  • Make effortless, and substantive conversation
  • Access your ideal clients, referral sources and cases
  • Work a room and get results
  • Take control over your career


Sparks of Inspiration

“You never know how the next person you meet might change your life.” ~ Deena “Fireball” Baikowitz

 

Create a Spark: Engage on Personal and Professional Levels

What do you do for FUN: What are you passionate about outside of work?

How do you want to MAKE A DIFFERENCE in the world?

Share appropriate DETAILS about your personal life to create common bonds (family, hobbies, etc)

WHY do you do what you do?

What are you PASSIONATE about at work?

What is your NICHE: industry, expertise, favorite cases and ideal clients – and why?

 

Fan the Flames: Connect with your Fellow Fireballs

Join industry organizations (in addition to the Bar) and serve on committees

Volunteer for causes you’re passionate about

Create high impact content: be authentic, interesting and insightful

Write articles, social media posts and expert quotes that are engaging and accessible to your clients

Use technology: include video, audio and photos

Get out of your office and meet with people in person!

Make introductions for others: through email, social media and in person

Engage with your peers, referral sources, and potential clients on social media

Organize referral networks, introduction meetings, social plans and networking events

 

Get the Fire Started: Take Action

What strategic actions will you take – on an ongoing basis – to build meaningful relationships, articulate and market your unique brand, expand your client base, and develop your career?

 


Recent Presentations

New Jersey State Bar Association 2017 Annual Meeting & Convention • Panel: Social Media: How to use it to Network and Market your Practice without Violating IP Law

New York City Bar Association, In-House Council Committee • Networking Strategies for Career Development

New York City Bar Association, Law Students Perspectives Committee • Panel: The Art of Schmoozing

New York City Bar Association, Law Students Perspectives Committee • Best Practices (& Worst Mistakes!) in Networking

New Jersey Women Lawyers Association • Panel: Getting Out of Your Own Way


Testimonials

What People Say About our Training Programs…

 

“Stephanie and Deena’s creativity is boundless and their energy is contagious. Nearly 100 young lawyers and law students marveled at their interactive presentation on the “do’s and don’ts of networking”, and came away with a firm understanding on how to work a room. I wholeheartedly recommend Fireball Network. They are the deans of networking!”

Daniel K. Wiig

Daniel K. WiigAssistant General Counsel, Municipal Credit Union • Board of Directors, New York County Lawyers’ Association • New York State Bar Association, Executive Committee, Commercial and Federal Litigation Section


“Networking is an essential career-development topic that makes many students and alumni roll their eyes and/or fills them with dread. As such, it was amazing to watch the team of Deena Baikowitz and Stephanie Cuba deliver their networking workshop. They got their audiences to learn and practice their networking skills on the spot, and in a short period of time the positive changes in those skills were tangible. They accommodated the differing needs of both student and graduate audiences, and were a true pleasure to work with.”

Julie Anna Alvarez

Julie Anna AlvarezDirector, Office of Career Services, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law