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The Lawyer’s Guide to Professional Coaching

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Andrew Elowitt, Esq.
Publication Date:
Feb 16, 2013
American Bar Association - Law Practice Division
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Become more efficient and profitable in your law practice by employing a professional coach. The Lawyer’s Guide to Professional Coaching will teach you to find, select, and work productively with the right coach for your needs–and transform your practice in the process. Learn how to get the most out of coaching, decide whether coaching is right for you and your firm, and use coaching skills when you manage, mentor, and collaborate with client and colleagues.

This book will help you:

  • Learn why coaching has become so popular–and necessary

  • Hire a qualified coach

  • Understand how coaches differ from consultants, therapists, and trainers

  • Know what to expect from coaching conversations and engagements

  • Use a professional coach to improve your bottom line

  • Get the best return on your coaching investment

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Andrew Elowitt, JD, MBA, PCC, brings over twenty-five year’s experience as both an executive and business lawyer to his coaching, facilitation, and organizational development clients. 


Andrew Elowitt is the Managing Director of New Actions LLC, specialists in talent, strategy and leadership development for law firms and corporate legal departments. He is a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management and an ICF Professional Certified Coach. Before becoming a coach and consultant, Andrew worked both in law firms and as General Counsel during his over twenty years as an active California lawyer. He is regarded as an expert in the use of emotional, social and conversational intelligences in leading and managing legal organizations. He is the author of the ABA’s “Lawyer’s Guide to Professional Coaching: Leadership, Mentoring & Effectiveness” and a frequent contributor to the ABA Law Practice Division’s “Law Practice” magazine.