Note: Written on a plane from Lahore to Dubai – Trust me it’s relevant Ok busy people, here’s the background I, like many people, have several mobile devices, which I check regularly. I am not entirely sure when this habit started but this now seems almost unbreakable, except in the sanctuary of a plane. In […]
A friend asked me this week why I did not want to be a lawyer, since I’d make more money while basically doing the same thing and dealing with the same cases I am now. I had a million reasons why but she did not really seem to grasp my reasoning until I told her […]
Last week I had a 90 minute telephone conflict coaching session with a lawyer in a remote location on the other side of the world. The purpose of the call was to provide conflict coaching which is aimed at “unlocking a person’s potential to effectively engage with a specific area of conflict that they are […]
Apparently, 85% of people in the workplace have ideas and knowledge they are afraid to voice to their bosses or colleagues. This is why Microsoft ‘missed’ the internet back in the 90s and why Google somehow managed to miss the social networking hype. I think it’s safe to say at a great majority of Google’s […]
I have recently returned from course managing the final module in CEDR’s Certificate in Advanced Negotiation. Thirteen delegates worked together for a total of seven intensive training days spread over five months held residentially, in Surrey. Having observed the modules I became aware of that we may not realise but negotiation is a key skill […]
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