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Making difficult conversations less difficult

Approaching difficult conversations in an effective manner can help build a more positive workplace culture. Read more... 

Ground rules for great meetings

Meetings can be challenging but by noticing the group process, observing yourself objectively and enhancing your own participation, not only will you be individually more successful, but the meetings you attend are likely to be both more productive and pleasant. Read more... 

Virtues of plain language for lawyers

Many lawyers deal with people who can be highly stressed, vulnerable and in need of direction. It is vital that how we communicate does not create another barrier. Using plain language can help. Read more... 

Better conversations, better outcomes

Lawyers need to try to understand each other, their work colleagues and their clients, and find out what really matters: how did we get here? Having a positive conversation is essential. Read more... 

The anatomy of a difficult conversation

Understanding how to give, receive and digest feedback is a critical skill for lawyers. Having a detailed roadmap and an action plan, helps  to navigate difficult conversations. Read more... 

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Last updated on the 18th May 2016