- Stepping into Leadership Training Course
- The challenge of change.
- Building a non executive director career.
- Effective supervision – going beyond proofreading.
- 3 essentials for successful law practice.
- What does it take to build a law firm?
- How to get the best out of your supervisor.
- How do you know when you need a career plan.
- 2 Attitudes which will help you get the most out of coaching.
Stepping into Leadership If you are a woman lawyer who holds a leadership position or who aspires to be a leader I have designed a program for you. The Program offers Small group sessions and one on one coaching, all online. The knowledge, skills, behaviours and confidence you need to take your rightful place in […]Read More
I interviewed six lawyers and one accountant to find out what it takes to build a law firm. The interviewees came from different types of firms, and included people who had started a firm from scratch and those who have made a dramatic difference to the fortunes of the firm. My aim was to give […]Read More
Often people being supervised think they are powerless. However supervision is not a one way street and the lawyer being supervised can play a part in improving the experience. Dr Michael McNamara in his doctoral research on supervision in law firms suggests that those who are supervised can contribute to the quality of the supervision […]Read More
I asked some of my clients this question. Their responses boiled down to the following. You need a career plan when: You are uncomfortable or have no ideas when discussing your professional development goals You feel sick when you get asked the question: Where do you see yourself in 5 years? (It might be out […]Read More
For many people coaching is offered by their employer as part of the professional development program. So unlike individuals who seek out coaching for themselves they don’t go through the process of identifying an issue which they want addressed, selecting a coach and demonstrating their commitment by taking action and paying for the coaching. Employees […]Read More