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Book review: Neuroscience for learning and development by Stella Collins

The 2019 second edition of this book (subtitled “How to apply neuroscience and psychology for improved learning and training”) provides fascinating insight and practical ideas to incorporate neuroscience into learning and development initiatives. It’s published by CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) and Kogan Page. It should be essential Read More

2023-09-05T09:25:02+01:00September 5, 2023|Kim's Blog, Management Skills|

Manage and grow your private client practice – Recruitment, Performance, Segmentation and ROI (February 2023)

This post summarises some of the key themes emerging from the recent online MBL “How to manage and grow your private client practice” full day session  . It is intended to supplement the learning resources for delegates provided on the day – delegate aims, poll results and takeaways are shown Read More

2023-02-28T14:17:44+00:00February 28, 2023|Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Strategy|

Book review: Influential Internal Communication by Jenni Field

I haven’t reviewed a book on the topic of internal communication and yet it’s a vital element of marketing, branding, organisational culture, change management and leadership. This contemporary book (published in 2021) is just 200 pages and is subtitled “Streamline your corporate communication to drive efficiency and engagement”. So here’s Read More

2022-09-06T09:18:11+01:00September 6, 2022|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Marketing, Relationship Management|

Book review – Key Coaching Models by Stephen Gribben (and other coaching books)

I am often asked for book recommendations on my coaching and mentoring courses so I thought I’d take a look at this one on coaching models. It’s stuffed full of useful models so I’d recommend it to experienced coaching practitioners. But as coaching (and counselling) skills are important in establishing Read More

2024-03-04T16:07:34+00:00August 26, 2017|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Psychology|
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