Research report: 24th Annual Smith & Williamson Law Firm Survey 2018 “Brexit, what Brexit?”

Posted on: July 15, 2019

The annual Smith & Williamson law firm survey 2018 obtained the opinions of over 130 managing partners and senior management personnel across the UK in August 2018. The clear message emerging from this year’s survey show that law firms are continuing to fight for top talent in a competitive market but are increasingly confident about […]

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Managing and marketing a profitable surveyors’ practice – Guiding and rising stars

Posted on: March 28, 2019 Managing and marketing a profitable surveyors’ practice – Guiding and rising stars

At the recent Managing and marketing a profitable surveyors’ practice workshop (https://www.mblseminars.com/Outline/Managing-_-Marketing-a-Profitable-Surveyors-Practice/5865/) the following ideas had the most impact on the delegates. There were two themes. The first was the “guiding star of strategy” – the vision of the partners, the business plan and the marketing plan. The second was “rising stars in the practice” […]

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An MBA is great – but you’ll need soft skills to make an impact

Posted on: December 3, 2018 Soft skills

This article “An MBA is great – but you’ll need soft skills to make an impact” was published on the Association of MBAs (AMBA) web site on 23 November 2018  https://community.mbaworld.com/blog/b/weblog/posts/an-mba-is-great-but-you-ll-need-those-soft-skills-to-make-an-impact They don’t teach you about soft skills and relationships at Business School, but these are what could make the vital difference to career success, says Kim Tasso […]

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Ten psychological ideas that employers, recruiters and HR people need to know

Posted on: November 2, 2018 psychological ideas that employers, recruiters and HR people

An article about the ten psychological ideas that employers, recruiters and HR people need to know has just been published in the world-leading recruiting and talent acquisition blog Undercover Recruiter. Almost half a million people read Undercover Recruiter every month. The article describes the following ideas: Cognitive bias Non-Verbal Communication (NVC) First impressions Rapport and trust […]

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Future Marketing Manager – T-shaped people, senior promotions and management vs. leadership

Posted on: April 18, 2018 Future Marketing Manager – T-shaped people, senior promotions and management vs. leadership

At a recent Future Marketing Manager training workshop at Professional Marketing Forum http://www.pmforum.co.uk/training.aspx  we covered a wide range of topics as usual. But during the course there were three career themes that emerged: T-shaped people, senior promotions and management vs. leadership. T-shaped people The earliest reference to the metaphor of T-shaped people was by David […]

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