New Actions LLC
Andrew Elowitt JD MBA PCC
Andrew Elowitt specializes in leadership, talent and career development for lawyers and executives. His firm, New Actions LLC, focuses on the people side of legal practice: how lawyers lead, manage, thrive, and find resilience and balance. He works with lawyers and executives in private practice, corporate legal departments, and government agencies.
As well as coaching individual lawyers on topics as diverse as business development, practice management, productivity, and stress management, he frequently consults with firms on business, strategic, and succession planning matters.
Andrew is a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management and is regularly invited to conduct workshops for his clients and to present programs to industry leaders and professional associations. He is the author of many books and articles including “Lawyers as Managers: How to Be a Champion for Your Firm and Employees” (ABA 2017), “The Lawyer’s Guide to Professional Coaching: Leadership, Mentoring & Effectiveness” (ABA 2012), and “Is Managing Lawyers Like Herding Cats?” (Law Practice May/June 2018). He has held several leadership positions in the legal community and is the 2018-19 Co-Chair of the ABA’s Publishing Board.
Prior to becoming a practice management consultant and International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach, Andrew worked as a lawyer for over 20 years both in firms and as a general counsel.
Andrew can be contacted at email@example.com.
Leadership development doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. A program for culture change led by internal staff to address their immediate challenges for workplace effectiveness works best. This session will focus on how you can develop leadership in your firm, create a program to change your firm’s culture, and how to get buy-in.
People management plays a major role in the introduction, training, and implementation of new technology in any firm. Successful implementation hinges on successful adoption by the people using it. Learn the best ways to manage and involve firm members and outside vendors and consultants at each phase of selecting, adopting and implementing new hardware, software, […]