Dominic Ayres, Carolyn Manning, and Heather Reid with yours truly on this week’s Legal Marketing Coffee Talk, Thursday at 3 pm ET – #lmamkt

Legal Marketing Coffee Talk is back this Thursday for a very special, jam-packed episode.

Roy Sexton has a guest co-host, Dominic Ayres, Senior Client Development Manager (Industrials Sector) at Eversheds. Roy and Dominic will be joined by Carolyn Manning, Chief Marketing & Business Development Officer at Mintz, and Heather Reid, Chief Business Development and Marketing Officer at Miles & Stockbridge P.C.

Ayres just published his book How to Advance Your Career in Professional Services Marketing: Be More Purposeful and Strategic with Your Career Direction, which includes contributions from Carolyn, Heather, and Roy.

This week’s show will feature a spirited discussion around career progression, their unique journeys, and how others can chart their career paths in this industry.

You don’t want to miss this one. Join us Thursday, February 3rd at 3 PM ET …

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This book is essential reading at any stage of one’s career. Consummately researched yet accessibly written, the book is chock full of actionable advice, presented in an accessible and entertaining fashion. It’s a breezy yet informative read, peppered with pop culture bon mots illustrative of Dominic’s varied interests.

Given the moment in which we are all living, this book presents a helpful, at times provocative career roadmap. A bit of self-reflection is good for the soul, and Dominic has assembled a powerful array of well-informed voices (including his own) to help the reader on that journey.

Loved this passage from Dominic on “going beyond support” – noting that in all other industries the marketing team is naturally seen as a key strategic revenue driver without question.
From yours truly
From Carolyn (above) and Heather (below) – I loved the pragmatic and resourceful guidance they provided around the necessity of repurposing and reinvention and around making inroads through “small consistent daily actions.”

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