Speakers: Lee Drozak

  • Lee Drozak: Working From Anywhere

    WordCamp Kent 2020Speaker: Lee Drozak

    June 25, 2020 — This talk explains what it’s like working from the open road, surviving in tiny spaces or working from a backpack. Discover helpful tools and systems. Get tips on working smarter so you can play harder!

  • Working and thriving solo or as a small agency

    WordCamp Lancaster 2019Speakers: Beth Soderberg, Joe Howard, Lee Drozak, Tara Claeys

    June 3, 2019 — This year’s keynote is a panel featuring Lee Drozak, Joe Howard, Beth Soderberg, and Tara Claeys. They’ll discuss building their businesses in a discussion moderated by organizer Charlie Reisinger.

  • Lee Drozak: Difficult Clients or Clients Who Become Not So Ideal

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2018Speaker: Lee Drozak

    December 11, 2018 — We’ve all had one, or two or more – the client from hell. Sometimes it’s because we didn’t want to say no and other times it’s because we didn’t know any better. In this presentation, you’ll learn how to weed out those who will suck up your time, micromanage a project and leave them happy, so they refer you to their friends and people in their networks.

    You’ll walk away knowing…

    How to vet prospects before you say yes to them
    How to keep a project on track and make the client feel like a partner
    How to address out of scope issues
    How to provide follow-up to keep them coming back
    How to know if it’s time to terminate and fire that client
    Running a business is hard and having clients from hell makes it stressful. This workshop is for businesses of all size, whether your a freelancer going it alone or an agency working with a full team.

  • Lee Drozak: Workflow for Your WordPress Project…Planning to Launch

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2017Speaker: Lee Drozak

    July 10, 2018 — WordPress projects can quickly derail into a series of scope creep items, frustrations, and missing clients. Having a simple and streamlined process to get information from the customer, gathering adequate feedback and keeping your project on task requires some easy adjustments to your process. Stop struggling with bad clients, projects that never end and designing websites to creating a whole experience that will turn nightmare clients into brand ambassadors. Running a WordPress design business is hard work, and there’s more to it than just making websites. Lee has put together real action steps that will take you from welcoming your new client to following up with your happy clients and your new referral sources.