Phyllis weiss haserot
Phyllis weiss haserot


President & Founder


212 593-1549
pwhaserot@pdcounsel.com
www.pdcounsel.com

Phyllis Weiss Haserot


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President & Founder
PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT COUNSEL
212-593-1549
pwhaserot@pdcounsel.com
www.pdcounsel.com
Blog: www.nextgeneration-nextdestination.com
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/pwhaserot
Twitter: @phylliswhaserot
Generational GPS YouTube channel

Phyllis Weiss HaserotPhyllis Weiss Haserot is a passionate champion for improving relations among the generations in the workplace to boost productivity, client and personnel attraction and retention, succession planning and knowledge transfer. She is President of Practice Development Counsel, a business development and organizational effectiveness consulting firm she founded over 25 years ago and founder of Cross-Generational Conversation Day.

Through on-site and off-site programs, conferences, webcasts, blogging, *Cross-Generational Conversation* forums and monthly newsletters, Phyllis has established a reputation as a “go-to” person on workplace intergenerational issues. She brings an unusual combination of marketing, conflict resolution and multigenerational workplace effectiveness expertise to help firms solve sensitive challenges among the generations working together. A trailblazer in marketing/business development for law firms, she also works with firms on retention and lateral integration, strategic marketing planning, implementing flexibility, and collaborative culture. 

Consultant, coach, speaker and facilitator, Phyllis is the author of two books on marketingfor law firms, THE RAINMAKING MACHINE (2014) and THE MARKETER’S HANDBOOK OF TIPS & CHECKLISTS (both Thomson Reuters). She has a book in progress titled “You Can’t Google it! The Compelling Case for Cross-Generational Conversation at Work” and is a regular columnist on intergenerational challenges for Forbes.com, Next Avenue, Huffington Post, AccountingWEB and the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute blog.

Phyllis uses identification and analysis of personal styles - behavioral, communication, natural preferences, and work expectations – to enhance firms’ and individuals’ effectiveness and remove barriers to performing at their best.  She earned B.A. and MRP degrees and a Certificate in Dispute Resolution all from Cornell University.