A client-centered practice actually means placing clients at the center of your thinking and business model.
Take Collaborative Law beyond the professional services you provide. Innovate the client experience. Put yourself in your client’s shoes and build a business model around it! Look at the family law experience from your client’s point of view—and strategize your Business Plan around how you can use technology to provide a good client experience that is also efficient for your collaborative agenda.
Being a great professional does not mean good business models. Successful Collaborative Professionals and the Associations they are a part of understand their success metrics, strategize how to drive business in, while also monetizing professional capacity.