During the first quarter of each year, some professional services firms require their partners (and, if they are savvy, their associates) to prepare a professional development plan. These plans inevitably include a marketing component: a series of questions that invite practitioners to identify targets of and tactics for client development.

And just as inevitably, when the plans are collected and the firm’s marketing partner or director begins to review them, seminars surface as the promotional tactic of choice.

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