Bespoke training, awaydays and in-house learning

Sometimes it is more efficient and cost-effective for an organisation to arrange its own knowledge, learning and innovation training in-house, which is specific to its needs. These training events also promote valuable networking and relationship building which will be invaluable after the day itself.

I can help with a single workshop or help you to plan and deliver the whole day.


*Covid-19 Update*

I am still offering bespoke training virtually.

I can offer this on a topic of your choice as a live presentation, with polls, discussion in groups and various kinds of interaction and learning support, or I can record a presentation for you to use as you wish.


I offer the following:

  • planning the programme and format for the training day
  • pre-event discussion to identify the key knowledge, learning and innovation issues facing the firm to ensure a valuable outcome
  • creation and delivery of a bespoke training day
  • training can be delivered by me or I can source the right speaker for you
  • delivering training and facilitating the day
  • follow up notes and action points

I have trained in Magic Circle firms, large regional firms and small high-street and single-partner firms.

All my training is practical and jargon-free, but evidence-based with a strong foundation in KM research because I do not want to risk your reputation on management fads.

One of the most common comments about my training is that it is practical and usefuland “surprisingly enjoyable” and my Practical Projects book was declared “One of the most pragmatic KM texts” by a Magic Circle Knowledge leader.

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The cost of bespoke training is difficult to estimate. It depends on the numbers being trained, the nature of the event, how long the session is and how bespoke it needs to be. Give me a ring (07976- 360 348) or drop me a line (helenerussell@theknowledgebusiness.co.uk) and let’s have a chat. People tell me that my fee is similar to or lower than others in my field. It’s certainly a lot cheaper than having untrained employees using outdated ideas about effective knowledge sharing inside your business!