April 2016

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Cover story: Personal development and wellbeing in-house

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Building a thriving intergenerational in-house legal department

2016-04-08T12:16:00+01:00By

Today’s in-house legal departments have up to five different generations represented, each with its own values, motivations, needs and wants. And traditional management needs to change to accommodate a multigenerational workforce, says Rachel Brushfield

Personal development

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10 rules of written communication for business

2019-11-22T13:29:00+00:00By

Ian Jones takes us through a few simple, but often-overlooked, rules for effective written communication for business.

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Soft skills development for in-house lawyers

2016-04-08T12:15:00+01:00By ,

Pamela Young and Penny Owston outline common challenges faced by the in-house community and how the Law Society is providing much-needed support

Getting your work-life balance right: workshop

Developing a healthy relationship with stress

2016-04-07T12:15:00+01:00By

To live a healthy life in a fast-paced world, we have to develop a healthy relationship with pressure and stress, explains Julian Hall

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Emotional intelligence: the essential tool for business success

2016-04-06T12:15:00+01:00By ,

Emotional intelligence is an essential business tool, say Pamela Young and Penny Owston. They explain what it really means – and how to develop it

Wellbeing

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LawCare: a helping hand

2016-04-08T12:16:00+01:00By

Elizabeth Rimmer explains why wellbeing strategies are essential in every organisation, and what LawCare can do to help lawyers in need

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Overcoming the crisis of wellbeing in-house

2016-04-08T12:15:00+01:00By

According to Paul Gilbert, author of ‘A report on the wellbeing of in-house lawyers’, in-house lawyers face a ‘crisis of wellbeing’. But, he says, the answers are within reach.