TellPeople for lawyers
You know the law...
...but struggle to communicate in ways that clients understand and value;
...but lose the story in legal jargon and technical language;
...but struggle to sell yourself and your firm to potential clients.
TellPeople was created by a lawyer to solve these problems.
Talking to clients at Osler LLP
If people can't understand what you're saying, they'll never see your value.
That's why Osler LLP asked TellPeople to make its lawyers better at using language that makes sense to other people—especially, clients.
In a 90-minute workshop, lawyers learned simple tools for doing three things better: (i) making sense of their audience; (ii) getting that audience to listen; and (iii) helping that audience understand.
Storytelling at Gilbert's LLP
As a firm specializing in complex pharmaceutical patent issues, Gilbert's LLP knows that lawyers struggle to communicate complex, technical language in ways that are simple and compelling.
That's why Gilbert's asked TellPeople for help with storytelling: how to simplify and engage in one of the most rarefied areas of the law.
The answer? Tell stories about people.