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Brands have more fun

As I prepared to lead another brand workshop and looked through the library of brand related books in my office, it occurred to me that there was nothing devoted to corporate or service brands in the professional services sector. We all know that it cost Andersen Consulting a reported £100m Read More

2013-07-25T08:41:55+01:00July 2, 2008|Kim's Blog, Marketing|

Sunny Sunday studying e-journalism

Well, I admit that I wasn’t exactly enamoured with the idea of getting up early on a Sunday morning to attend the course that I had booked myself onto in a technology self-development mad moment but I travelled to Southwark on a delightfully empty commuter train. My heart sank though as I trudged around some Read More

2013-07-25T08:41:55+01:00June 30, 2008|Kim's Blog|

The message for managers – Management education, thinking environment and feedback

During the management education course I was running today at the fabulous training centre at the Institute of Director hub at Old Broad Street House, we spent some time contemplating good management (which is not the same as good leadership) and considered a number of interesting issues. Amongst them was Read More

2017-05-30T11:52:53+01:00June 25, 2008|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|

Young Marketing Executives face same old problems

I spent yesterday in the City with 17 young marketing and business development executives at one of my popular “Proactive Marketing Executive” training courses. As well as delegates from lawyers, accountants and architects in large and medium sized firms in London there were a group from Bristol and one from Read More

2013-07-25T08:41:56+01:00June 6, 2008|Kim's Blog, Marketing|
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