Bill is the founder of SuccessTrackESQ and has been working exclusively with attorneys since 2002. He helps attorneys, whatever their current level of success, learn how to run their practices even more successfully, while becoming happier practitioners in the process. Bill’s clients speak of his knack for understanding them and motivating them to learn new ways of thinking and behaving that result in less stress and increased profits.
A frequent CLE presenter who consistently receives high scores for content and style, Bill has conducted over 90 programs for numerous Bar Associations, and has been brought in by law firms and corporate legal departments to conduct training and to guide them on wide-ranging practice management projects.
Bill is certified in the Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching Model.
Bill holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University in Communications and Technology. Prior to founding SuccessTrackESQ, Bill founded and ran Connecticut’s first public charter school (The Odyssey Community School, in Manchester) and served as the founding Technology Coach at The Learning Corridor in Hartford. He is also the author of the nation’s top-selling textbook on media literacy, Understanding Mass Media, 5th Edition.
His lifelong passion for language and civics explains the comfortable fit he enjoys with attorneys. A long-time C-SPAN junkie, Bill maintains a strong interest in public policy and stays abreast of leading-edge thought in organizational development, business, marketing, technology, and leadership development. He devours countless books, articles, blogs, and webinars on every aspect of law practice management and personal development.
Bill is an active guitarist and vocalist and performs a range of material from Cole Porter to John Lennon with his band, Monterey Collective. He lives on Long Island Sound, in Milford, CT.
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Bill Jawitz, Practice Advisor with SuccessTrackESQ, has been consulting with lawyers to become more profitable and enjoy a higher quality of life since 2002.Click to set up a free 30-minute call to discuss how to grow your practice and better manage your time.