Personal Skills

Our expanded personal skills webinar programme goes from strength-to-strength in 2020, examining a wide range of practical topics to aid you in your day-to-day practice.

We have ten webinars this year. For our live webinar on 18 February our practitioners look into methods for improving client relations in a competitive market.

As our webinar programme is available for 24 months, our 2019 programme is available on demand. The 2019 programme featured a wide array of webinars including a webinar on ‘leadership, collaboration and delegation’ which features the Firmwide managing partner of Linklaters, Gideon Moore.

We have the following webinars scheduled for release in this practice area during Q4 2020:

  • A guide to lateral thinking skills (2020)
  • How to effectively network to advance your career (2020)
  • Meeting deadlines effectively (2020)
  • Enhancing analytical and logical reasoning skills (2020)
  • Working effectively in cross-border deals (2020)
  • Improving your written and oral communication (2020)
  • Presentation skills (2020)
  • Generating business for your firm (2020)

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