Tag Archives: HR

Should Your Firm Outsource Business Support Functions?

Many firms have slashed their support functions (ie Finance, BD, HR, IT etc). I’m not at all sure that’s the right thing to do. Do you really want your partners spending time on administration? I offer an approach to ensure … Continue reading

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Value Propositions by Numbers

Many people find it hard to articulate exactly what they’re offering to clients and to do this in a persuasive way. In essence we all need to get better at explaining why others should buy our product or service. Originally … Continue reading

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A Fable on How the World Sees HR….and Change Management

Once upon a time there was a Red rowing team.  This Red team agreed to hold an annual rowing race with a Green team. Each team would contain 8 men. Both teams worked really hard to get in the best … Continue reading

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Findings from Coaching Survey with Law Firms on Behalf of The Institute of Coaching

These survey findings reflect the views and current practice of Human Resources (HR) and Learning & Development (L&D) professionals in nine law firms in the City of London – including two of the world’s largest (over £2bn of revenues between … Continue reading

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