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Category Archives: Networking
PA’s are guardians of their bosses time and attention. They have an important screening role. So there can be a challenge to work out how to get past the PA.Here’s an interesting technique. I came across it on LinkedIn and … Continue reading
Let’s face it, conference calls can be a nightmare! All those calls to the far side of the globe, sometimes at socially inconvenient times of the day or night, perhaps not knowing: why you’ve been invited to take part, who … Continue reading
Are you measuring the effectiveness of your marketing activity? Most firms aren’t, despite spending large amounts of money on marketing. Part of the problem is that firms are not always clear what their marketing objectives are. For example, are they … Continue reading
Below is a list of marketing techniques and my own personal views as to what typically tends to be effective (ie provide value for money) and what isn’t. Look out for those activities with a low score (because that’s good) … Continue reading
I’ve asked partners in many different firms about how associates can maximise the chances of doing well in their careers. Here’s a sample of typical responses. Excellent associates take ownership – they don’t pass the buck What you know becomes … Continue reading
Consider this typical scenario. Tom is a tax partner. He’s got a really good insight that is probably relevant to many of his firm’s clients. How should he go about telling his fellow partners and winning instructions? The obvious answer … Continue reading