Amanda L. Schneider, Chief Marketing Officer, in the firm’s Washington, DC, office, was a featured guest on The Passle Podcast: CMO Series, hosted by Jennifer Green, in the episode “Motivating and Developing Talent as the Future of Work Evolves.”

Following is an excerpt:

As the world of work evolves, law firms face unique challenges when it comes to retaining and motivating their talent. 

Someone well-versed in this field, is Amanda Schneider, Chief Marketing Officer of Epstein Becker Green, a national super boutique firm focused on healthcare and life sciences and labor and employment. Amanda staffs the firm’s Board of Directors and plays a strategic role in the Deloitte Legal and Epstein Becker Green alliance to provide global workforce solutions. 

Amanda joins Jennifer Green on this edition of the CMO Series, to discuss workplace cultures, opportunities and strategies to help law firm leaders retain their people amid a rapidly changing market. 

Jennifer and Amanda explore:

  • How to create a culture that retains employees even with ‘the great resignation’ at play
  • The opportunities for team building and development born out of the pandemic
  • How the Marketing and BD team add value to the firm’s culture to provide greater attorney and staff retention
  • How ‘the great resignation’ has impacted legal marketing and business development departments
  • The potential challenges in the next phase of hybrid work and the opportunities that have come from what we’ve endured
  •  How clients are impacted by the current workforce trends
  • Advice for other legal marketing leaders facing the challenges of the new ways of working  


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