Dee Schiavelli, founder of Results Marketing for Lawyers, is a national business development consultant, professional speaker, and LinkedIn strategist. She advises and coaches clients on effective ways to develop new business and helps them use social networking to build their client and referral networks. She has successfully helped lawyers in all aspects of business development, including:
- coaching individuals enabling them to effectively bring in new business
- building a strategic marketing infrastructure enabling the firm to be client-focused
- creating a strategic profile using LinkedIn as an important marketing tool
- improving and maximizing relationship-building skills
Dee has more than 25 years of experience working with law firms and has served as marketing director at several top-tier firms in New York before starting Results Marketing. Earlier in her career, she was a senior marketing manager at two global accounting firms. She has worked extensively with firm leadership, practice groups and individuals in large and small firms. Her experience has enabled her to understand law firm needs and how to help lawyers build and expand their practice.
Dee is a certified Social Media Strategist who works with firms and individuals to maximize their social media presence to build their business. She focuses on LinkedIn and coach’s lawyers on how to set up a professional, client-focused profile that relates to their clients’ needs which helps lawyers expand their network and build business- generating relationships.
Dee is a proficient speaker on marketing topics at professional associations, organizations and universities and has presented seminars, workshops and lectures focusing on the skills lawyers need to build their practice.
Dee is a co- editor and contributing author of Marketing Success – How Did She Do That? (American Bar Association, Law Practice Division, 2015), and contributing author of Grow Your Practice: Legal Marketing and Business Development Strategies (New York State Bar Association, 2015).
Value is created in the mind of the beholder. It’s a feeling that, after all is said and done, what you do for a client is worth more than he pays you to do it.