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Einstein on How to Learn

In 1915, aged thirty-six, Einstein was living in wartorn Berlin, while his estranged wife Mileva and their two sons, Hans Albert Einstein and Eduard “Tete” Einstein, lived in comparatively safe Vienna. On November 4 of that year, having just completed … Continue reading

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The Value of Challenging Coaching and Deep Practice for Learning

If you’re interested in the art of developing good attitudes, skills and behaviour in your firm, you’ll be interested in a book called The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle. The book suggests that what got your people to get their … Continue reading

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Helping Lawyers Learn New Skills

There are stages to our personal development and learning. We all start off being unconsciously incompetent. As a very young child, for example, we don’t know we can’t ride a bike. Then we get on a bike and realise it’s … Continue reading

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Encouraging Engagement from all Attendees on Learning and Development Programmes

At many workshops intended for learning and development purposes, I’ve often felt there is a range of different types of attendees – particularly if people have been made to attend! There are the 4 P’s: The Prisoners – who are sat … Continue reading

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