Frank Maher of Legal Risk LLP Solicitors discusses the importance of risk appetite statements as part of a risk framework and offers guidance for assessing a company’s risk appetite.
In spite of a demanding business environment, more and more small businesses are setting up their own charities and charitable foundations.
As summer blooms, the idea of ‘flowering shares’ is worth discussing, suggests Nick Mayhew.
Trevor Goodman, EMEA head of legal at Legg Mason, offers practical advice for leading change management.
Executive coach and former lawyer Anne Waldron offers practical tips for successful team development.
General counsel at the University of York, Helen Shay, provides a personal account of her leadership experience in the public sector.
Mark Harvey talks to Grania Langdon-Down about leading the merger between Age Concern and Help the Aged.
David Yeoward, a consultant with Law Society Consulting, outlines his tips, including on planning, devoting time to business development activities, and ongoing work
It has often been claimed law firms need to ‘get big, get niche or get out’. But, says Paul Bennett, small firms can be niche in multiple complementary areas.
Chris Marston, head of professional practices, SME banking at Lloyds Bank, suggests some priorities for improved financial performance.
Ian Wimbush, chairman of the Legal Software Suppliers Association , explores the current and future situation of the legal market.
This episode of 'In Conversation with…' takes a look at marketing with Rachel Brushfield, author of Smarter Legal Marketing.