PM Conference Report 2022: Strategy implementation, Employer Value Propositions (EVP), Storytelling and Client Feedback

This article was published in the latest edition of PM Forum Magazine. PM Conference Report 2022: Strategy implementation, Employer Value Propositions (EVP), Storytelling and Client Feedback. The event took place on September 29th 2022. After two years online, you could feel the excitement of being face-to-face with 150 people in Read More

2022-11-18T16:43:51+00:00November 18, 2022|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Relationship Management, Selling|

Soft skills revisited – with a leadership perspective

This article "Soft skills revisited - with a leadership perspective" has just been published on Lexology. Back in July 2020 I shared some research insights from my book “Essential Soft Skills for Lawyers” which generated significant interest - not least from the associated nine-minute video explaining “soft” skills featuring the Read More

2022-11-08T14:49:16+00:00November 8, 2022|Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Management Skills, Relationship Management|

Book review: The Management Shift – How to harness the power of people and transform your organization for sustainable success by Vlatka Hlupic

I completed my MBA two decades ago although I consume the latest management books voraciously. This 2014 book by Professor Vlatka Hluplic didn’t appear on my radar but I had the privilege of meeting the author through my work with the Managing Partners Forum.  And I’m so glad that I Read More

2022-10-18T13:38:09+01:00October 18, 2022|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Strategy|

Lonely at (or on the way to) the top? Coaching solutions

During the summer, things calm down a little and we find time to focus on our self-development. Coaching is a powerful and effective way to do this. Increasingly, professional firms are training their people with coaching skills. So I’d like to alert you to a special offer on coaching sessions Read More

Book review: Coaching skills: A handbook by Jenny Rogers

Delegates on my coaching training sessions often ask for recommendations of good books on coaching and this is a mature, comprehensive and challenging exploration of what it takes to be a great coach. So here is a book review of Coaching skills: A handbook by Jenny Rogers. It was first Read More

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