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Book Review: The Coaching Manual by Julie Starr

I’ve reviewed several advanced coaching books in the past but I was asked to recommend a good introduction to the topic to support those attending my various coaching training sessions. Coaching is proven to be an effective way to develop and retain your team members. Coaching is an essential leadership Read More

Book review: The Thriving Lawyer by Traci Cipriano (resilience)

Well-being, mental health and resilience are important themes in professional services – not just in legal firms. People are our most important asset and we need them to feel well and able to take on challenges in order to provide exceptional client service and to be productive. This book will Read More

2024-06-17T09:18:28+01:00June 17, 2024|Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Management Skills|

Book review: You’re not listening – What you’re missing and why it matters by Kate Murphy

Active listening is a core communication skill that is fundamental for creating and developing relationships. Yet listening doesn’t receive nearly as much attention as other communication skills such as speaking, writing, presenting and negotiating. Effective listening is critical for so many activities such as learning, leading, client service, consulting, coaching, Read More

2024-06-07T08:15:32+01:00June 7, 2024|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management, Selling|

Book Review: The Tools – Five life-changing techniques to unlock your potential by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels

I wasn’t a huge fan of the uncomfortable Netflix documentary featuring Phil Stutz and Jonah Hill (who says the therapy changed his life): Jonah Hill’s Therapist Documentary: The Tools from ‘Stutz’ - Netflix Tudum. But I was intrigued by the calm, wise words of this veteran psychiatrist and his down-to-earth Read More

2024-04-09T08:41:47+01:00April 9, 2024|Kim's Blog, Relationship Management|
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