Amanda L. Schneider, Chief Marketing Officer, in the firm’s Washington, DC, office, was a featured guest on The Lawyer’s Edge podcast, hosted by Elise Holtzman, in the episode “Retain Your Talent: How to Inspire Lawyers to Stay with Your Firm for the Long Term.”

Following is a summary:

Curious about best practices in maximizing marketing and business development efforts to retain attorney talent? Epstein Becker Green’s Chief Marketing Officer, Amanda Schneider, shares examples of how to create a culture of constant evolution of business development training and programming to meet the individual needs of attorneys.

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Amanda Schneider shares the important reminder that all attorneys are different. Each employee has unique needs, learning styles, and goals. So, if you want to succeed as a law firm and maintain a strong team, you have to learn to adapt, invest in your people, and unify your marketing, business development, and professional development departments. Above all, Amanda says you must treat your teams with respect and build relationships on a foundation of trust.

In this episode of The Lawyer’s Edge Podcast, Elise Holtzman talks with Amanda Schneider, the Chief Marketing Officer at Epstein Becker Green, about her strategies for employee retention. Amanda shares how marketing, business, and professional development sectors can work together to motivate employees, why intentionality is key, and her tips for maintaining a strong culture — even in remote and hybrid workplaces.


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