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Lawyer's Guide to Improving Success in Communicating with Clients, Prospects & Colleagues By Martin Chapman
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Do you find some BD situations challenging with different personalities to connect with? Do you find some clients are difficult to relate to? Email exchanges can be disjointed and a challenge? Do you... More > find some lawyers are very impatient, seem quick to judge and are not that interested in building any kind of personal relationship? They get things done but put everyone around them under a lot of pressure? This model explores these differences and gives you ideas and tips on how to improve communication and overall working relationships. Join many lawyers who have used this model to improve email conversations, face to face communication, to improve understanding, connecting with people, increase efficiency, influencing, negotiating and overall success. Martin Chapman has been working with lawyers and law firms for over twelve years. His passion is to help people do what they do, a little better. He has worked with all levels of Lawyers & Business Services in Law Firms, in many countries.< Less
Tiger-Taming For Beginners By Martin Chapman
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Tiger-Taming for Beginners is an innovative approach to project management. Why Tigers? Because projects often creep around the organisation relatively unnoticed, then jump out when we're least... More > expecting them, and bite people. This book gives an approach to planning and managing projects. It's easy to read and simple to understand. There's lots of ideas and tips which you can apply to your projects as you read the book. And it's a great introduction to our tiger-taming project management training workshops. See more at www.tiger-taming.com.< Less
Tiger-Taming for Beginners By Martin Chapman
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Tiger-Taming for Beginners is an innovative approach to project management.Why Tigers? Because projects have a habit of creeping around the work place, jumping out when we're least expecting them and... More > biting people. They take too long, they're over budget and they don't deliver what we expect. Tiger-taming gives you an approach to planning and managing projects with lots of tips and ideas. It goes through the process step by step and includes how to spot tigers in your organisation before you get bitten. You can apply the ideas in the book to your projects as you read. And the ideas are easy to read and simple to apply. See more at www.tiger-taming.com< Less

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