A sneak-peak

So I’ve released (at long last, I know, I know) my first online course.

I love in-person training and try to do as much of it as possible. There is nothing like a face-to-face conversation on a topic to ensure that your attendees have really understood what you are trying to help them with. You can adjust how much time you spend on what, and make sure you cover everyone’s particular challenges, so everyone goes away with a practical answer to a real difficulty at work.


Quite simply …

Not everyone can come to London, Bristol or Birmingham or spare an afternoon or a day away from their desk.

I do the odd webinar, but they’re time limited and (I know from webinars I’ve attended) it’s hard, as an attendee, to maintain attention when other priorities are calling – too tempting to “have it on in the background” and miss the valuable stuff.

So I’ve created an online course to squeeze in between a webinar and an in-person workshop and satisfy the need for a more flexible, self-paced, available at your desk/home/spinning class type learning.

My first course is a beginner’s course, but I’ve plans for one on measurement and conversation (my favourite topics as you know by now).

What’s included?

  • A mix of videos, presentations, downloads, articles, quizzes and online discussions
  • I’ll be online each Monday to answer any questions or just have a chat
  • It’s my usual mix of “all the theory you need” mixed with “a dollop of real-world practicality”

If you’ve got any questions about it, drop me a line, otherwise I look forward to “meeting” some of you there!

About knowledge4lawyers

I am a lawyer and a Knowledge Management expert. Through The Knowledge Business I help law firms improve their efficiency and profitability through knowledge services - consultancy, training and implementation help.
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