Book review: Mediation and dispute resolution – Contemporary issues and developments by Tony Whatling

I reviewed Tony Whatling’s first book – which provides a great introduction to mediation Mediation skills and strategies – A practical guide by Tony Whatling (kimtasso.com) in October 2020 – before I qualified as a mediator . This book seems to be aimed at more at experienced mediators who become Read More

2022-06-01T08:56:24+01:00June 1, 2022|Kim's Blog, Management Skills|

Managing client complaints – Process, anger and apologies

Many firms – particularly since the rapid digital transformation resulting from the Covid crisis – are focussing on improving the User Experience (Ux) and Client Experience Management (CEM). But there are always occasions when things don’t go to plan, errors are made, expectations are not met or there are delays Read More

Counsel article – Building rapport in the digital space and fixing ruptured relationships for barristers

This article on building rapport in the digital space and fixing ruptured relationships for barristers was published in the June 2021 edition of Counsel. This edition had a special focus on everything you need to know about marketing and PR for the Bar. Counsel is the official monthly magazine of Read More

2021-06-14T14:30:09+01:00June 14, 2021|Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Relationship Management|

Team management issues – Managing up, boundaries and broken relationships

At the December 2018 presentation of a delegation, coaching and team management training workshop (http://www.pmforum.co.uk/training.aspx) delegates were particularly interested in the following team management issues - managing up, boundaries and broken relationships. Managing up Managing up is “Understanding your boss’s position and requirements and making yourself known as a stellar Read More

2019-02-04T09:53:43+00:00February 4, 2019|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|
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