Category Archives: influencing

The 3 minute KM plan

I still follow The Thesis Whisperer blog from my days doing my MBA and recently they hosted a guest blog from Mary Woessner who described her involvement in the “three minute thesis” competition (3MT). In the 3MT competition, PhD candidates … Continue reading

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Goals and priorities

How often do you have a strategy for the year and a plan for the day, but end up helping everyone else reach their goals and fulfil their strategies, rather than achieve your own? It’s a really common problem with … Continue reading

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Ted talks worth your time

I *love* TED talks, so I thought I’d bring some to your attention that I’ve found interesting and useful. This is a great list, curated by TED, all about making our “work” work better The benefits of failure from the … Continue reading

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Lawyers and their personalities

We had a really interesting session at Bristol’s KN-UK yesterday lunchtime all about personality types and how to understand them, and a discussion about how we could all apply this to help us work more efficiently and smoothly with lawyers … Continue reading

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Leadership and Influencing

We had a very interesting KN-UK session yesterday on leadership and influencing with Carol Skolimowski of CAPCC, which included a wide-ranging discussion touching on managing millenials, encouraging women into leadership and herding cats. I imagine everyone’s takeaways were different, but … Continue reading

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