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How About Using the Suzuki Method for Training Lawyers in Leadership Skills?

Many of us will have heard of the Suzuki Method in the context of training young violinists. It revolutionised teaching techniques in music. The interesting question is whether there is anything relevant in this approach for training lawyers to be … 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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What Law Firms Could Learn from Singapore Airlines

  I’ve just had my first experience of travelling Business Class on Singapore Airlines. In the back of my mind I had thoughts that they had a good reputation. Upon returning I checked this out and they claim to be … Continue reading

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Business Development Training – Getting More Bangs for Your Buck!

Law firms are using a number of different ways of improving the business development skills in their practice groups, particularly during this downturn. But are some training formats better than others? Sherwood PSF Consulting ran Breakfast Workshops with speakers from … Continue reading

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