In the social and economic structural break caused by Covid-19, professional service firms and their clients are acclimatising to a new normal of extended, intensive remote working and are delivering differently.
People are working collaboratively and transactionally with minimal in-person interaction and are needing to continue to foster differentiating, key internal and external relationships in a noisy market, while handling a range of pressures that do not usually mix.
Even the most experience practitioners will benefit now from pause to take a closer look at maintaining and growing effective business and market impact, through influence and presence, in such a virtual-intense and volatile climate.
Join TMA NextGen Bristol for this virtual seminar led by Jane Middleton, Leaning & Development Business Partner at Foot Anstey LLP, where the following areas will be discussed.
- A Covid context: business and market influence in uncertain periods;
- Being heard and standing out: what we know about true differentiation;
- Emotional intelligence as a path to authentic, effective influence and impact: especially now;
- Remote personal impact: building the strength of relationship ties and bridging the virtual gap;
- Adding early value to 'make the boat go faster' and bring new opportunities;
- Impact and influence habits; and
- To close, a dash of speed self-coaching with the discussion in mind.
About the speaker/s
Jane Middleton - Learning and Development Business Partner
For over 20 years Jane has worked with leading global legal brands and their broad range of clients building progressive business skills programmes.
She is known for engaging people to help them develop their business and market impact and to progress their career ambitions.
Since joining Foot Anstey in 2019, Jane has been designing and implementing our Business Skills Academy. The programme focuses on helping our people to be stand-out, collaborative, business-first lawyers who love what they do.
Jane recently moved to the South West from Nantes and London with her husband and young son. Most often to be heard asking 'what will make the boat go faster?' after the GBR Rowing Eight team