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Leadership, emotional intelligence and teams in change management

Last week I was excited to lead an MBL session  on “Tackling Change Management - A Workshop for Professional Firms”. Having facilitated this session many times in the past in face-to-face workshops, it was exhilarating to experience the change in running it on-line for the first time. We welcomed delegates Read More

2024-05-03T08:23:56+01:00January 28, 2024|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Management Skills, Strategy|

Book review – Can we start again? The patterns of NLP applied to business interactions by Daryll Scott

This book review was published in  Magazine - PM Forum way back in 2008. However, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) has arisen a few times at recent training workshops so I thought I would publish the review as a blog post. Book review – Can we start again? The patterns of Read More

2023-12-07T09:44:58+00:00December 7, 2023|Kim's Blog, Relationship Management|

Learning & Development Update: Lean Learning and learning trends

The role of learning and development (L&D) becomes more critical as firms try to ensure that their people are equipped with the latest skills to be agile enough to adapt to the fast-changing work environment. Learning & Development is often a key tool in employee retention. For those involved in Read More

2023-10-10T14:34:28+01:00October 10, 2023|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Statistics and trends|

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|

Book review – Why has nobody told me this before? Dr Julie Smith (Mental Health Guidance)

Everyone experiences occasions when their mental health falters.  Whether that is with low mood, motivation, self-doubt, stress, grief, loneliness or navigating change. Many of us are able to get through those tough times but sometimes we need a little extra help. Therapy isn’t needed by or available to everyone. This Read More

2023-09-12T16:20:24+01:00July 25, 2023|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|
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