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Best Professional Services Podcasts

Best Professional Services Podcasts

At Umbrex, we work with our professional service clients to translate their organizational strategy into growth. We help clients to effectively harness new technologies, refine their services, and gain competitive advantage.
Examples of recent projects include:
  • Leading design of a proprietary data collection program for global e-commerce initiative for a global professional services company
  • Evaluating five potential strategic targets for a multinational information and analytics company, leading to a $4.2B acquisition
  • Leading the $100M professional development program for a leading management consulting firm

To learn more about our work or find a professional services consultant, visit our Professional Services Practice.

Our consultants find that podcasts are an excellent way to remain up to date.

Here are the top podcasts on real estate recommended by our members.



PSM: Professional Services Marketing by Frank Lippert and Deirdre Gilmore

Insights into the world of professional services marketing, presented by Frank Lippert and Deirdre Gilmore. The professional services industry is an increasingly competitive one – your firm needs to stand out from the pack, so a marketing strategy can no longer be an afterthought.

Rattle & Pedal: B2B Marketing Podcast by Jason Mlicki and Jeff McKay

Jason Mlicki, agency leader, and Jeff McKay, former global CMO, discuss growth, marketing and life in professional services in this weekly podcast. The duo offers divergent thoughts on solving the issues practice leaders and marketers confront—or probably should—including stupid sh*t Marketing should NOT do, how Marketing ruins everything, the BS of professional services, and unleashing your Young Turks. Executive guests and industry experts join frequently to share their insights and experiences. It’s all served up with humor and a refreshing dose of reality from two guys who know how to grow firms.

The Selling Show by David Newman

The Selling Show with David Newman is an interview-based podcast focused on the topic of selling professional services – geared to a core audience of B2B consultants, executive coaches, and thought-leading solopreneurs (good-looking folks like YOU) who want instant-action strategies, advice, and insights to sell more – more easily and more often

Reinventing Professionals by Ari Kaplan

This podcast is designed to offer ideas, guidance, and perspectives on how to effectively navigate a perpetually shifting professional landscape, with a unique focus on the legal industry and the technology that is driving its evolution.

Performance Leaders Podcast by Ray D’Cruz

Welcome to the Performance Leader podcast. I’m Ray D’Cruz, CEO of Performance Leader, a software and consulting company that helps professional services firms build vibrant feedback cultures. In this podcast series, I talk to leading thinkers in the professional services industry about how to be a high performance firm and leader.

unbillable hours by Ash & Flo

So, your job is to market a consultancy? Excellent – then we have something just for you: unbillable hours, our podcast about better professional services marketing. “unbillable hours” is all about selling business services through highly effective marketing. You know, the kind which gets clients through the door, competitors on edge, and the practice to respect you. Oh, and: it’s free, and created by two folks who have nothing to sell (we have jobs, mind you).

The CrackerJack Consulting Podcast by David A. Fields

Boutique consulting firm leaders share lessons with you. In the CrackerJack Consulting Podcast, David A. Fields interviews people who have built successful, boutique firms to find out how they solved the critical challenges that could have stymied their growth. Every episode comes with a prize – a valuable infographic, worksheet, framework or other tool that draws from the podcast and you can use to help your consulting firm make progress. The podcast is specifically for leaders of boutique consulting firms (i.e., firms roughly $2m – $100m/year); however, if you have a smaller or larger practice, you may still find the episodes interesting and useful.